On Tuesday’s 11th October Richmond upon Thames College (RuTC) actively celebrated Women’s Football Week by organising taster sessions for female students at the college. No experience or further commitment was required in order to attend the session, instead it was a fun introduction to football open to all students interested in the sport.
This month Tim Pond, Lecturer in Graphic Communications and Illustration at Richmond upon Thames College (RuTC), has been recognised for his expertise in wildlife illustration by a high-end international magazine, 3D Artist. The publication is sold at leading retailers such as WH Smith at £6 per issue and provides a portfolio of high quality tutorial-based products to help those pursuing a career in graphics. Tim is featured in the 99th issue of the magazine, where he exclusively reveals tips for accuracy in drawing anatomical art.
On Friday 30th September Richmond upon Thames College (RuTC) participated in ‘The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’, a charitable fundraising campaign organised by Macmillan Cancer. Last year Macmillan raised £25 million through the event and this year RuTC were proud to contribute over £500 to the fundraiser.
As the local community gets excited for the development of Richmond Education and Enterprise Campus, Richmond upon Thames College (RuTC) has discovered a collection of old photos from when the college was formerly known as Twickenham Technical Institute and Art School. Earlier this year, RuTC celebrated the artwork of a past student at Twickenham Technical Institute and Art School, Desmond Jones. Desmond attended the college in 1943, just 6 years after the historic images (featured below) were taken in 1937.