Alumni weaver Anna has her work stocked by the National Trust.
We are delighted to see your beautiful work receiving the attention it deserves Anna.
Here’s to a great reception and an appreciative buying public!
We are delighted to welcome back into the studio Lotte Lubach and Tessa Allen
It’s three years since they graduated and they have been talking about working in the embroidery industry for fashion and working on the styling team for Anthropologie on Regent Street London
Thank you so much for sharing and consequently helping the students with their future career plans.
Designed by our own 3rd yr Hettie while on placement with Jack Wills
In the shops now.
Watch out for the lovely illustrative designs that Hettie’s working on now.
Her show will be in June, along with the rest of her 3rd yr cohort and here at Bath School of Art and Design.
Come along June 9th-17th
TDFI’s Lou Oakley-Green constructed this backdrop here featured in Jamie Oliver’s Instagram feed.
It was quite a labour of love; taking many hours to complete.
Never again until the next time, eh Lou!?
Graduate Georgina has the most beautiful drawing style and it’s proved to be most valuable for working within the creative industry of her choice.She is well established in her textile/design career for Zinc studios.
Here are two of her latest designs for Figleaves
We look forward to featuring more of Georgina’s colourful work in the future.
What a great interview Lucinda gave to The New English Home.
Follow the link here.
Third year Student Amelia Anderson is the nationwide winner of the Silk Bureau’s 2017 print competition
Very many congratulations.
Today Amelia, Amanda the course leader and Imelda, a senior lecturer, were treated to an illuminating day at the print studio and on the factory floor.
We were made to feel most welcome and Amelia seeing her design printed was the icing on the cake.
Thank you Silk Bureau,we enjoyed every minute of your hospitality.
Natalie Kelly (Third year student Textile Design for Fashion and Interior) wins the company award in recognition of the high standard achieved in a project related to the knitting industry.
Natalie will graduate alongside her contemporaries this June.The show is open to the public.You too are invited.
Come along and see a wealth of talent across all disciplines.
From 10th June 2017