What better way to recognise the end of one year and celebrate another?
Hats off to Level 5, the 2nd year, of the BA course.
They have known the old regime and truly missed the studio and the companionship.
However they have risen to the occasion, done their absolute best and continued to make work of distinction and quality.
Well done to you all. You’re all stars
Happy New Year to you all
Today the students should, by now, have returned safely home to celebrate, as best they can, the holiday season.
The staff are immensely proud of all the students and everything they have achieved this year.
Not just in terms of their work but in terms of their resilience and the thoughtfulness and consideration that they have shown to one another.
They have produced accomplished work, of an excellent standard and in the most trying of circumstance
They have believed in us and we have truly enjoyed working with them, we never once doubted their determination and desire to succeed.And this shows in their individual outcomes.
We so look forward to next year. First years -Thank you for being you.
Here is just a small selection…
Alumni Odette has expanded her creative design skills to include this artistic mastery of cake and biscuit decoration.
Find her and order these delightful treats at
KO Cakes in Bath
Fweeends and family ! There is 10% off my shop today as I am taking part in a makeeeers market! Lots of limited one off goodies! Apply MARKET10 at the checkout xxxxxx go check it out –
Alumni Anna is an embroidery designer of nine years standing. She is head embroiderer at Jenny King Embroidery and involved in design, development and production.
She is acting as a mentor in the 2020 in the open textile category for Hand and Lock
at alumni Emily’s wonderful new website.
What a fabulous array of colour, pattern and drawing
Studio Badgers of Bohemia
A light hearted lecture today, to the 1st years ,looked at design fails and pitfalls to avoid
We feel the students appreciate what good designers they are after seeing what is out there.
Hannah had a wonderful times on her exchange in Japan.
She’d been so looking forward to the visit and had she not left the UK before lockdown it may not have been able to happen so easily.
However once their restrictions were imposed in the host country Hannah abided by the law and enjoyed her immediate surroundings
This didn’t stop her, once restrictions were eased, enjoying the culture, food and hospitality shown to her by her host nation.
Hannah has returned full of enthusiasm for the country and the kindness shown to her whilst there.
A small exhibition of work produced there is on show in Bath( details in the poster)