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Identical twins graduate with identical degrees at Plymouth College of Art

Every year graduating students from Plymouth College of Art transform the college’s cutting-edge making spaces, workshops and studios into a dynamic, college-wide showcase for industry professionals and members of the public to explore and preview the new wave of graduates ready to take over the creative industries.

Plymouth College of Art students wow Sponge UK with innovative digital campaigns

BA (Hons) Digital Media Production students from Plymouth College of Art have created innovative videos to share online as part of a live industry brief set by digital learning company, Sponge UK. Tasked with creating promotional videos for Sponge’s #explorediscovergrow social media campaign, students were asked to create 15 to 30-second animated or live-action videos for use on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

Innovators & disruptors at Plymouth College of Art’s Degree Shows 2018

Join us in celebrating the future innovators, disruptors, activists and makers at Plymouth College of Art’s Degree Shows from Friday 8 to Thursday 21 June 2018

Innovative makers tackle current issues with exhibition of large-scale outdoor artwork

Students from the Plymouth College of Art BA (Hons) 3D Design Crafts, BA (Hons) Glass & Ceramics and BA (Hons) Jewellery programmes are exhibiting their large-scale artwork in the historic grounds of Mount Edgcumbe for the first time.

Plymouth College of Art Partners with the @BritishCouncil on Venice Fellowships Programme

Plymouth College of Art is delighted to announce a partnership with the British Council on the 2018 Venice Fellowships Programme which forms part of the British Pavilion at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia.

Plymouth College of Art appoints award-winning Director James Caddick

Plymouth College of Art has appointed award-winning Director James Caddick as a Lecturer on their BA (Hons) Digital Media Production degree.  Speaking of his new appointment, James said: “My work as a filmmaker both commercially and independently gives me a valuable insight into what is going on out there in the industry, and that’s useful in preparing students for their future careers. For me, working in an academic environment is also very inspiring.”

HackFest Project boosted by donation from the Santander Foundation

Plymouth College of Art Charitable Trust received £4,763 to fund the most recent HackFest, a county-wide project founded by Plymouth College of Art, engaging around 200 young people and schools across Devon in digital making, 3D design and coding activities, to create product prototypes that will solve societal issues of the future.

Plymouth College of Art employs Paul Read in new Enterprise Advisor role

Plymouth College of Art has appointed Director of social enterprise company Iridescent Ideas Paul Read as their new Enterprise Advisor, working within the college’s in-house Careers and Enterprise team.  Speaking of his new appointment, Paul said: “I am really excited about joining the team at Plymouth College of Art. Working with students looking to become self-employed and freelancers, or those who want to set up their own studio, and supporting them toward developing their own careers is very refreshing.”

Plymouth College of Art invest in a sustainable future

Reinforcing Plymouth College of Art’s commitment to sustainability, the college believes that it is the first education institution in Plymouth to invest in a 100% electric van. Supplied by Exeter Nissan, the environmentally-friendly e-NV200 is a zero emissions vehicle with no engine noise.

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