Chloe, Annie and Rhian


Busily working on their next show are alumni Chloe, Annie and Rhian.

I just know it will be amazing.Can’t wait to see it on the 11th.



‘Botanicals’ at Malthouse Kitchen Bar Presented by SIT select

‘Botanicals’ at Malthouse Kitchen Bar

Three textile graduates from Bath Spa University Textile Design will exhibit hand painted and printed cloth and wallpapers. All three have set up their own interior businesses after leaving University and SIT select celebrates their talent and innovation.

Exhibiting are Rhian Beynon exhibiting hand painted and printed cloth and wallpapers with Chloe Gregory and Annie James who are also showing hand painted and printed cloth.

Chloe Gregory graduated in 2015 and is now setting up a business with Annie James designing and screenprinting unique interior textiles and wallpapers. They welcome enquiries for new commissions.
Rhian Beynon graduated in 2016 and also is open to commissions and to discuss new designs.

All three create inspiring original designs and SIT select wishes them every success in their careers.

The work is presented by SIT select

Opens 11 October and closes 28 November 2016
Free admission – Malthouse Kitchen Bar at Salmon Springs, Stroud GL6 6NU

Designer contact details:

MA Design:Fashion &Textiles/Sam Pickard

Alongside our ever popular BA course we have a successful MA programme too.

Here’s a message from the leader of that course Tim Parry-Williams.


Bath Spa University MA Design: Fashion & Textiles graduate Sam Pickard featured in Selvedge Online

Click here to link to Sam’s feature

Thinking about a long term plan for study? We support and welcome applications from our BA students and graduates to consider extending their time at Bath, take advantage of their expert knowledge of our fantastic resources, and take their work to a new level.

Just like the undergraduate programme the MA Design: Fashion and Textiles course aims to nurture ambitious and visionary minds. We encourage the development and extension of existing knowledge and understanding of textiles, the embracing of new technologies and craft applications, deep investigation into materials and process, and the challenging of ideas and traditions towards a uniquely personal practice and identity AND a developed understanding of how to take those ideas to market through our professional skills based modules.

Our graduates are increasingly visible in the sector, appearing at major shows and exhibitions nationally and internationally, selling designs, products or services to agents, buyers and retail consumers, and continuing to innovate and move with the times, successfully making their ways in the world.

We’d love to hear from you!

If you are interested in learning more about the course, do visit the website pages at:

Or contact me, Tim Parry-Williams, Course Leader

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