We are very lucky to have the most dedicated and committed technical support here at Bath.Not only do they support our students but create their own work too.
This piece is by Joy Merron, our embroidery technical help, and is for Ignite Somerset at the Engine Room in Bridgwater – also known as Somerset Film.
Joy says…
The exhibition, ‘Belonging’ is a response through digital media to our notion of belonging.  My piece is a series of videos filmed on the Levels, investigating our relationship with water and agriculture, the natural and manmade landscape.  These videos have been digitally mapped to project onto 3 angled surfaces.

It’s a development of work initially designed and researched with a bursary from SAW (Somerset Art Works) about the Somerset Levels and Moors a couple of years ago and exhibited at the Black Swan studio spaces.

It’s on display until 8th April and the admission is free


 Belonging to the Levels


Still enjoying her travels Lauren, who will be joining the course in September,is recording colour,pattern, architecture etc… to inspire her work once she starts in the 1st yr.
Your desk in the studio is going to look so colourful Lauren.

Link to Lauren’s previous post

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One of the most satisfying and rewarding trips last year was the study visit to Iceland.Our school collaborated on a joint project with Drexel University USA and we together developed skills offered by both organisations.We shared knowledge in textiles,photography,printmaking,marketing and styling.

Every year we travel and encourage exchange and collaboration.

looking forward to sharing with you our experiences in Japan,Paris,Eindhoven,Poland etc… over the coming weeks.