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Part 1 28 June - 01 July 2017
Part 2 05 - 08 July 2017
Business Design Centre, London, N1

Edinburgh College of Art

Stand: T17

Textiles thinking can be applied to a myriad of materials and contexts.   Our increasingly curious students continue to question their chosen area of study through the exploration of materials, technique and colour.  As well as fabric and fibre, substrates for experimentation as alternative materials have included wood, metal, plastics and concrete, exploring the potential for pattern, texture and form.  In addition to embracing the possibilities of these materials with new technologies, e.g., 3D printing, lazer cutting and digital print, this group of students have also returned to exploring techniques more traditionally associated with the discipline e.g. spinning and weaving.  The integration of these high-tech and low-tech approaches with this breadth of materials continues to push innovation in the field of textiles and other design disciplines.

This dynamic group have tackled every task and project set with energy and enthusiasm.  Work experience and collaboration with industry during the courses have helped them to put their studies into realistic contexts.  Coupled with their unique personal visions, these experiences are embedded in strong individual final projects.  In addition to the aesthetics and technical properties of materials, personal design challenges include social and political issues in our society.

 

BA (Hons)/MA Textiles

Address

Hunter Building
74 Lauriston Place
EH3 9DF
United Kingdom
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Exhibiting Graduates

BRYDON, Sarah

COLEY, Evie

​DUNCAN, Jenny

GILLBANKS, Chloe

GRAHAM,Holly

HOWARD, Zoe

JAMISON, Emma

LAMB, Alice

MARTIN, Millie,

MITCHELL, Emma

NERLICH, Paula

NUGENT, Zara

RICHARDSON, Issy

​SNODDON, Jennifer

WARD, Danielle

Design Disciplines

  • Fashion
  • Furniture
  • MultiMedia
  • Product
  • Textiles

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