New Designers

Birmingham City University

Course name : BA (Hons) Textile Design
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Our BA (Hons) Textile Design degree course gives you the opportunity to build expertise in printed, knitted, woven and embroidered textiles. You will develop industry awareness, knowledge and confidence within a supportive and inspiring learning environment, guided and encouraged throughout by an experienced teaching team, themselves engaged in textiles practice. Live briefs, work placements and collaborative experiences will help you to explore your own ambitions and skills, testing career aspirations to successfully prepare you for graduation and beyond. Our graduates are successful in entering and thriving within a wide range of creative and stimulating job roles. Come and talk to us on stand T35 during New Designers Part 1 to find out more.

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Linda Scerpella, Brunel University, Stand VC13 was our @pentlandbrands Award Winner. The Judges commented, Linda delivered a professional, thought-provoking presentation alongside demonstrating skills in a broad range of disciplines. We sensed Linda’s hardworking ethos and excitement to learn.’ #nd19 #graphic #motionarts #graphicdesign ⁠
'The Montieren Collection,' designed by William Sharp, Glasgow School of Art, Stand JC24. Winner of the @hallmark Award. Congratulations Again Will! @willsharpjewellery⁠

The judges commented, ‘We loved William’s concept for its intelligence, interactivity and its sustainable responsibility.’ #nd19 #designer #university #graduate #creator #maker #jewellery #structure #craft ⁠
The winner of the W’innovate & Wilko Award was Joe Deakin from Birmingham City University, Stand FP59. Joe's work explored a range of kitchen accessories designed to utilise lost space within the kitchen environment, such as a knife locking system embedded into counter top and a pop-up salt and pepper storage holder. Congratulations again! @lovewilko #nd19 #graduate #university #homeware #kitchen #knife #maker #creator #student ⁠
Keith Brymer Jones, Potter and Ceramic Designer from Make International loved Millie Suu-Kyi work. @milliesuukyi was on the Nottingham Trent Stand JC3 in Week 2 ⁠

#nd19 #maker #creator #graduate #university #newdesigners #ceramics