You'll develop art, design and communication skills, working on briefs and themes. There are opportunities to study a range of subject areas including printmaking, fine art, 3D design, graphic design and drawing techniques. You will be taught by experienced and dedicated lecturers who are themselves creative practitioners with relevant professional experience, supported by technicians working in industry standard studios and workshops. Regular visits to exhibitions both regionally and in London will enrich your classroom learning. After completing a Level 3 course with us you'll be able to progress onto our highly regarded, one-year pre-degree Foundation Art and Design course. This course has seen students accepted to prestigious universities including UAL, Central St. Martins, Goldsmiths and Manchester.
You'll study Art and Design with lecturers who are themselves practicing artists, discovering your strengths and finding confidence in your talents as you prepare for your next steps.
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Corrina is Deputy Head of Creative Arts and Course Leader for the Level 3 Diploma in Creative Practice: Art, Design & Communication. Corrina’s previous experience spans the entire education sector, encompassing state, private and international education, leading and developing courses at all levels, with a strong focus upon teaching and learning within a creative context. Completing her MA Education: leadership & Management in 2020. Corrina’s artistic practice surrounds the theme of ‘process’ using a combination of mixed-media, painting and installation and holds a background of BA(Hons) in Fine Art. The art studio she has alongside her network of artists and designers in industry inspires and directly informs her delivery in the classroom.
Sarah is the Art/3D Technician and printmaking instructor at Salisbury campus. She has 15 years’ experience working as an art and design technician in secondary and FE educational settings. Sarah completed a BA (Hons) Fine Art degree at Portsmouth University in 2003, where her work focused on the distortion, disintegration and fragmentation of memory. Her specialisms are primarily printmaking and textiles alongside a large repertoire of art practices including 2D and 3D materials, techniques and processes. She enjoys encouraging students to try new mediums, giving them confidence to translate and experiment with their artwork in new, spontaneous and unexpected ways.
I have a BA in Product and Furniture Design. My passion for design, combined with the satisfaction I gain from helping others develop their skills and knowledge is the reason I decided to work in Design education.
I have 8 years industry experience working in-house for various high street retailers such as Marks and Spencer and John Lewis. My roles at these retailers involved design and development of a variety of 3D product across multiple areas including Home Accessories, Table top, Gifting, Wall décor and Seasonal products. One of my fondest memories is designing a jewellery box for the V&A museum.
James Shaw is an established freelance graphic designer with a passion and drive for creative education and career development. With 5+ years in design, James has transitioned from working within design agencies to establishing himself as a Freelance Graphic Designer and founder of Volley Design in A Freelance Design studio based in Wiltshire, working with startups, SME’s and global companies to implement and deliver branding, print design and corporate presentations. James's other passions lie in the creative education sector and has delivered multiple talks on Freelancing, the transition from education to careers and the importance of finding your own career journey.
Samantha O'Neill is known as Samantha Horn in her professional career as an Artist. Samantha has two first class degrees, a BA in Photography and a Masters in Fine Art. Her former career in Costume Design for film and television culminated with her winning an Emmy in 2006 but more importantly has allowed her concerns within the mediums of photography, film and costume to evolve in an enquiring and exploratory manner. Her work, primarily created through the use of photography, is concerned with 'cultural identity' and notions of 'belonging' found within narratives of European 'portrayal'. Samantha practices both digital and analogue including 10x8 camera photography.
Rick is a Variable Hours lecturer in Art and Design with a focus on digital art working and illustration. Rick has a degree in illustration and over 20 years of industry experience both in-house and freelance working within graphic design and illustration with clients ranging from the National Trust to the Tate Galleries. In his own time, he enjoys creating travel posters which he sells through publishers Athena and his own websites. He is currently studying for a PGCE with the University of Greenwich.
Richard Tulloch is a multidisciplinary artist, focused upon sculpture and printmaking with a degree in Fine Art, and a specialist PGCE in post-compulsory education. Prior to teaching at the College, Richard had experience as a curator and ran a successful commercial art sales group with a collective in Bedfordshire. Richard had also accrued over a decade of educational experience, working in Adult Community Learning and supporting those with additional learning needs in specialist schools across Devon and Somerset. In his current practice, Richard is currently developing his concept art skills for film and gaming, through the application of digital and emergent technologies.
Rob MacPherson is a multi-disciplinary artist specialising in Fine Art, installation, sculpture, digital and video art. He studied BA Fine Art at Oxford Brookes University and completed his post graduate MA in Fine Art and PGCE at Kingston University. Alongside his art practice, Rob has extensive industry experience across a range of art and design related sectors and disciplines, including 7 years lecturing experience in BA Fine Art, Foundation Art and Design, and Level 1, 2, 3 Art & Design. Rob’s on-going collaborative art practice employs a synergistic approach to process, facilitating a platform for conversation and combining making methods, creating a larger forum for art-making to occur. Rob has curated and exhibited widely across the UK and Europe, including on-going collaborative projects with a variety of artist lead organisations and artists.
I have a MA in Education (Artist Teacher Scheme), a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Art and Design) and a BA (Hons) in Fine Art. Working as a Design Assessor and adult education tutor I have a passion for helping my learners achieve their full potential. I have over 25 years of teaching, assessing and internal/external verification experience and am at present studying for a PhD in Fine Art at Oxford Brookes University. My research topic is liminality. My specialisms include printmaking and photography, which I have exhibited extensively regionally and nationally in group and solo shows.
Tracey is 3D Design Lecturer and Course Leader to UAL Level 1 & 2 Art and Design. With 24 years' teaching experience in further education, she has held several different teaching positions ranging from Senior Practitioner and Deputy Head to guest lecturer for Poole and East Dorset Arts Society. Whilst undertaking her degree in Multidisciplinary 3D Design from Brunel University she produced exhibition designs for Finning Caterpillar and Princess Yachts.
She professionally exhibits her work and is passionate about sharing her knowledge and interests with others. In addition to 3D Design she teaches drawing techniques, contextual studies, printmaking, and visual communication. She is a PGCE teaching mentor for Greenwich University and has led several ‘live’ projects for students.
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