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Plymouth College of Art launch remote January-start design degrees for 2021

Distinctive vision for excellence in art and design distance learning creates new opportunities for students to study online by distance while still becoming a valued part of the creative community @plymouthart. For anybody considering a degree in art, design, craft or digital media, it’s not too late to join Plymouth College of Art and kickstart a career in the creative industries, which contributed over £111bn to the UK economy in 2018, the equivalent of a massive £13 million an hour. The college is launching a wave of new January 2021 entry (Spring term) BA (Hons) degrees, which allow a global community of creative learners to study flexibly at home, in the studio or at a dedicated international host institution, whether they’re based in the UK or further afield in Asia, America, or Europe.

Plymouth College of Art Pre-Degree student publishes debut poetry book

Plymouth College of Art (@PlymouthArt) Pre-Degree student Ciaran Perks has published his first poetry book, ‘Peacocks: Illusory Poems’, now available for purchase at Waterstones and on Amazon as well as being available internationally through Barnes & Noble and more.

Plymouth College of Art selects Sunny Art Prize winner as Lead for Painting, Drawing & Printmaking

@PlymouthArt College appoints Sunny Art Prize 2020 winner as Subject Lead for BA (Hons) Painting, Drawing and Printmaking  BA (Hons) Painting, Drawing & Printmaking students at Plymouth College of Art are preparing to welcome the college’s newest appointment, incoming Subject Leader Richard Kenton Webb, who has been announced as winner of the prestigious international Sunny Art Prize 2020.

Discover the future of creative practice: Plymouth College of Art's Class of 2020

Plymouth College of Art (@plymouthart) is committed to celebrating the new wave of art, design and media professionals ready to take over the creative industries from across our School of Design + Communication and our School of Arts + Media.

Plymouth College of Art's Class of 2020: Fashion & Textiles

This year, @PlymouthArt’s Class of 2020 graduates from across the fashion and textiles courses are ready to wow the press, industry and public with their refreshing creative perspectives and industry-ready techniques. The fashion and textiles industries are evolutionary and multi-faceted, taking inspiration from culture, innovative technology and world events.

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Leadership and Management Priorities for 2021

Overview This webinar will take you through some of the key priorities for leaders and senior managers in independent training providers during 2021...

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