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BA (Hons) Textiles graduates have been talking to AUB after their London summer shows. Here Louisa Bishop discusses her work
BA (Hons) Textiles graduates have been talking to AUB after their London summer shows. Here Lilli Rochford-Smith discusses her work
BA (Hons) Textiles graduates have been talking to AUB after their London summer shows. Here Lucy Ilsley discusses her work
BA (Hons) Textiles graduates have been talking to AUB after their London summer shows. Here Hugo Chizlett discusses his work
BA (Hons) Textiles graduates have been talking to AUB after their London summer shows. Here Emma Astill discusses her work
Anne-Marie Howat, Course Leader for the BA (Hons) Textiles course at AUB has been awarded the Beryl Dean Award for Teaching Excellence in Embroidery and Textile design 2018 by the Embroiderers’ Guild.
Following an interview at the Society of Designer Craftsmen in London, Anne-Marie was announced the joint winner of the prestigious national teaching award for the Textiles discipline.
“I just knew I was in the right place.” Amy is currently studying BA (Hons) Textiles at AUB and applied through Clearing in 2017. She shares her experience with us.
BA (Hons) Textiles students are celebrating success in two prestigious and competitive awards.
Students recently entered the Batsford Prize 2018. The Batsford Prize is an annual award, open to students across the following subjects: Fine and Applied Art, Fashion, Illustration and Children’s Illustration.
Last week, the AUB community came together to honour exemplary members of staff at the AUBSU Thank You Awards.
The AUBSU Thank You Awards were presented by Students’ Union President, Beth Rubery, and Vice President, Ezra Evans. These annual awards allow students to recognise the hard work of staff.
Fine Art graduates Clive Kudakwashe and Jess Thomas, otherwise known as the duo ‘Multiplicity’ have recently shown work in their first solo show.
The exhibition, held at the Truman Brewery, ran from the 1st until the 4th of February and consisted of new work from both Kudakwashe and Thomas, the sole contributors to the collective. The duo won the overall prize at Free Range 2017, exhibiting with their peers within the ‘v.serious art show’ – this solo show being the outcome of the prize.
Yasmin Smith graduated from AUB in 2014 with a BA (Hons) Textiles. We caught up with her to find out what she’s been up to since.
What originally attracted you to studying Textiles at AUB?
Second year BA (Hons) Textiles students were given the opportunity to work on a commercial live project last term, as part of their Autumn term unit.
The project involved working with Sling Studio, a Dorset based company that design and manufacture high-end baby slings and scarfs, inspired by owner, Alicia’s experience of carrying her daughter and her love for textiles.