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Organisations across Plymouth open their doors for the Fab City Plymouth Open Day 2021

Co-hosted by Plymouth College of Art’s (@plymouthart) Smart Citizens Programme and the University of Plymouth’s (@PlymUni) Digital Fabrication and Immersive Media Laboratories, the Open Day saw 12 local hubs come together to share access to and information about their work relating to the Fab City initiative, which champions local production, circular economies, digital social innovation and global collaboration.

Making Change Autumn 2021 – Free opportunities to experience life at an art school

Hosted by Plymouth College of Art, Making Change is a free three-week course to help those interested in creative study build confidence and develop a portfolio Starting Wednesday 29 September at Plymouth College of Art

National recognition for Plymouth’s innovative IGNITE festival

IGNITE Futures digital platform has been shortlisted for the highly competitive THE Award in the Technological or Digital Innovation of the Year category An innovative digital platform that connects arts graduates with creative agencies and employment and volunteering opportunities has been shortlisted for a prestigious major national education award.

Plymouth College of Art Class of 2021: The best looks from this year’s Fashion and Costume graduates

Meet Plymouth College of Art's BA (Hons) Fashion Design, BA (Hons) Fashion Communication and BA (Hons) Costume Production Class of 2021, making an impact with their enthusiasm, innovation and vision (@plymouthart). Fashion is an evolutionary and multi-faceted industry that takes innovations in technology and culture as inspiration. Our fashion courses offer students the chance to explore the fashion world, from design and styling to communicating and influencing change within the industry. Our BA (Hons) Fashion Design and BA (Hons) Fashion Communication courses provide comprehensive arts education for independent fashion thinkers, makers and communicators.

Local creatives use digital design skills to protect Plymouth’s wildflower meadows

Signage for wildflower meadows across the city have been created in collaboration with the Smart Citizens Programme and Green Minds project Digitally fabricated signs designed by local creatives in a workshop led by Plymouth College of Art’s (@plymouthart) Smart Citizens Programme have been installed in wildflower meadows across Plymouth, celebrating and protecting these important areas of urban re-wilding. Co-hosted by Plymouth City Council’s Green Minds project, who are leading a number of re-wilding activities across Plymouth, the workshop supported participants to combine new computer aided design (CAD) skills with their creative talents to design nature-inspired signs. The signs were then laser cut at Fab Lab Plymouth and installed in 24 locations around the city.

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