Final year student (Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors) Chanel Buckland, has taken the opportunity to share her volunteering experiences with students from across all years
Chanel has a wealth of ideas, tips and suggestions to make your contribution to this worthwhile cause a success.
On this occasion Chanel talked about her time in Nepal, Thailand and Cambodia.
These experiences have inspired her to complete her degree by using the images and drawings from her travels to inform her final project.
The students have just returned from Paris.
They left Premiere Vision buzzing with ideas
Forecasting the future has never looked more colourful
Read about what the coloured building here
Eindhoven hosts Dutch Design Week every year in October.
It is full of the most exciting and exhilarating ideas surrounding design , sustainability and ways to think and do!
We look forward to it immensely and both staff and 2nd and 3rd year students leave feeling motivated and raring to go!
Here are a few of the exhibits we saw.
and here’s a link to some wonderful images that capture the spirit of the show very successfully
Sarah, collects her certificate after successfully completing her award.
We were delighted last evening to attend the Global Citizenship awards ceremony at the university’s Newton Park campus.
In the most beautiful surroundings Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors’s very own Sarah was presented with the award.
As part of her commitment to gaining the award Sarah enjoyed a period of study in Norway.
Sarah is enthusiastic about the scheme and encourages others to apply to be part of this enhancing experience.
Many many congratulations Sarah.
Every year the first year students fall in love with Paris.
We spend 4 days investigating forecasting, studios, styling, design, shops (and shopping) and, I believe in the evening, more shopping!
Here we are, home again with some wonderful memories
Here’s to next year.
The 1st year students are lovin’ Paris 2017
We arrived at the Eiffel Tower just in time for the twinkle.
Link to show
Reflecting on one of the many exciting exhibitions, staged at the Fashion Museum London, that we managed to catch and respond to.
Wonderful pieces including these two Pipers.Loaded here especially for @panchoballard@alisonbianchi@brokenbiros.
Chiesa De la Salute Venice
These are two of 5 textiles designed by Piper in 1959 for Sanderson.
and also by Piper but for David Whitehead Ltd 1954
Recording for design in Norway