A unique fusion of traditional skills in printing and weaving, and innovative, materials-based textile design, is at the heart of our Textiles for Fashion & Interiors course.
Students develop their practical skills through designing and making, alongside enhancing their contextual understanding of the craft. They’ve also benefited from the course’s industry contacts and artists-in-residence who undertake commission work and take part in international exhibitions.
They have a passion for designing and making handwoven and handprinted textiles for art, architecture, fashion and interiors.
Programme Director Sharon Ting said: “This year our students have done insanely well to continue developing their final textile concepts. With inevitable studio closures, transitioning to working from studio practice to home, has no doubt been a challenge but with every one of our final year students they have shown the greatest commitment to their coursework during this time. With the team’s enthusiastic support and the student’s ongoing love for their work, they have developed and achieved their end goal and produced wonderful creative outcomes. I’d like to say a huge well done to this year’s cohort and we hope that you enjoy looking through their work and at their Instagram pages and websites.”