As the students hand in and start the journey home for the holidays we celebrated the festivities with an all year party.
Not all could make it as some very kind souls offered to man our chalet in the market.
See previous post.
Here we are at our exceptional ‘new’ School for Art and Design
Antlers, it seems, are the theme of the year
We wish all our students a safe journey home and a very merry festive season.
We look forward to working with you all again in the new year
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.
Above.Work by ceramic artist Claire Loder
The School of Art and Design has acquired a ‘new to them’ building.
The Action Factory on Locksbrook Road in Bath, in the UK.
The iconic building is situated next to the river and within walking distance of both the city centre and the main student accommodation.
Although textiles won’t be centred there we will of course use all the facilities and be part of the bigger picture.
We have our own exciting plans under wraps and, as they say, watch this space.
Currently there’s a staff exhibition in part of the space and this show, along with the student exhibition at Sion Hill, has been drawing in the crowds.
If you missed our show we will be at New Designers from Weds 28th June until Sat 1st July 2017 and then again at RHS Hampton Court from July 4th -9th July 2017
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Below are pictures from the show and images of the building before the adaptation.