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Creative and commercial innovation drive fashion evolution. Developments in the field of textiles -- the various materials and fabrics used to make clothing -- are a vital part of the fashion world.
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This course offers broad based creative study in the field of textiles, covering the breadth of the discipline and its applications including surface print, stitch embellishment, dyeing and [+]
BA (Hons) Semester Courses in Textiles
This course offers broad based creative study in the field of textiles, covering the breadth of the discipline and its applications including surface print, stitch embellishment, dyeing and construction processes. It offers the opportunity to focus on a variety of specialist areas, including textiles for fashion, textiles for interiors and textiles as art/crafts. Traditional skills are taught together with expertise in design development and production.
How does Short Courses Study Abroad work?Year 1 will provide a series of textile workshops and studio based teaching to develop a solid design knowledge and practical ability. At this stage you will be introduced to a variety of applications and to the fundamentals of critical theory and professional studies that will underpin your knowledge of textiles and their design, production and usage. You will have the opportunity to undertake a formal work placement in the third term of the first year, allowing you to engage with and understand the working life of a textile designer or maker. Our students have recently enjoyed placements with Matthew Williamson, Mollie Regan Textiles, Ruth Cross, Mudpie, Print Tank, Tatty Devine, Hobbs, Bruce Oldfield, Hand and Lock and many more.Autumn Term Modules: 3 October 2011 - 9 December 2011 Maximum Credit Points available: 45Maximum Study Time: 450... [-]