Responding to the history of both Locksbrook and Sion Hill the 3rd year Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors achieved some wonderful outcomes
The first years take their design ideas to the next level.
Next putting together a collection.
Working in the Textile Design for fashion and Interiors studios and workshops, for the next fortnight, are students from Columbia College, Chicago, USA.
We are delighted to be working with their tutor Justin and students:
Molly. Rebecca,Laura,Sarah and Estefania.
They kicked off the first day with an introduction to their current projects and aims and we got a fascinating insight into their final collections.
Our students are now engaging with them in the studios to discover what a typical working day would be for them back home and to exchange good practice and skills.
The grounds too are inspiring the students to create responses.
The third year Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors students, here at Bath School of Art and Design, are producing work responding to their environment.
Using Locksbrook Road and Sion Hill as inspiration the students are extending their making and construction skills
Beautiful work from our 3rd year students who will graduate this year.
The outcomes will be interior products for both sites or fashion or interior product to sell in the Art School shop.
Exciting times. Watch this space.
To celebrate the next exciting phase in the life of Bath School of Art and Design the 3rd year Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors have been taking inspiration, for their work, from the iconic Herman Miller building on Locksbrook Road, Bath.The history of our Sion Hill campus has proved to be a rich source of inspiration to our students too and they have arrived at some innovative and exciting results.
Up Late at the Holburne Museum, Bath.
Our students thoroughly enjoyed sharing their love and passion for textiles with the wider public.
The 2nd yr’s had responded to the museum collections and their responses and interpretations were on display for all to see and admire.
The feedback was tremendously postive from students and visitors and from the museum staff too.
Here’s to next year.