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  • WE

    ARE THE

    BEGINNING

    Leeds College of Art

    Prospectus 2014 - 2015

  • Duration 3 YearsStudy Mode Full TimeTerm Starts SeptemberUCAS Code W222Validated By Open University

    Course Leader Duncan Harrison

    0113 202 8000

    duncan.harrison@leeds-art.ac.uk

    BA (hons) Printed Textiles & Surface Pattern Design

    Leeds College

    of Art

    Prospectus

    2014 - 2015

    HE Courses Page 86

    This programme has an outstanding global reputation. We look for talented, hard-working people who will develop their own handwriting, both anticipating and setting future trends. In exchange we offer incomparable tuition, experiences and opportunities. As a student, youll have the significant advantage of your own permanent studio space. We place major importance on drawing, but youll also translate your ideas into digital formats. Youll use cutting-edge computer suites plus professionally equipped workshops for dyeing, screen- printing, heat-transfer printing, digital printing and laser- cutting. The emphasis is on originality and innovation, and the highest standards of work and profes-sionalism.Whilst on the programme students are given opportunities to sell their work at trade fairs. We have exhibited for many years at Indigo in Paris, a leading fashion fabric fair, and also at MooD in Brussels or Maison et Objet in Paris for those specialising in interior fabrics.We also show student work at international book fairs, and the New Designers Exhibi-tion, London, is an opportunity for our graduating students to present themselves and their work to a professional audience and to meet potential employers.First-year students have a week-long study trip to Amsterdam or other cultural capitals while second-year students have a choice of two visits to Paris. A further visit to New York is scheduled every three years, open to students on all three years.

    What You Will StudyYear One You will explore drawing, colour and design and a range of print methods both traditional and digital for paper and fabric. We will help you find, develop and express your own personal interests and approachto designing.Year Two Innovation is the focus and striving to develop a personal handwriting that you can apply to all to your choice of design contexts.Year Three You will plan your own programme of work in your chosen area of special-isation to give you the experience and professional portfolio you require to confidently present yourself to the design industry.The Textile Fellowship allows some students to stay on after graduating and use our facili-ties to do professional collaborations and/or set up their own business with the support of course tutors.

  • HE Courses Page 87

    Work Placements Our students are in high demand and very quickly secure work placement opportunities with top studios.

    Accolades Students win countless national and international design awards including; Tigerprint Award, New Designers Harlequin Award, New Designers, Texprint Winner, Surtex, New York, Worshipful Company of Dyers Award, Prestigious Textiles Award, Clothwork-ers Foundation Award for the fashion market, Clothworkers Foundation Award for the interiors market, Association of Fashion and Textiles Award, 2012, Ideal Wallpaper Design of the Year, SDC

    International Design Competition, Zizzis Fresh Talent, Print Odyssey, Beta fashion.com Scarf Competition, 2 Travel Bursary Awards to Premiere Vision and Indigo, Paris, Bradford Textiles Society Grand Prize Winner Muraspec Wallpaper Competition.

    Destination Careers Graduates of this programme are highly sought-after, joining the design studios of influential companies. Many find jobs in fashion prints and interior products and furnishings; wall coverings; cards and gift wrap; media and publishing; fashion marketing; styling; buying; and interior design. Others set up their own businesses, producing work for private commissions or major brands.

  • Duration 3 YearsStudy Mode Full TimeTerm Starts SeptemberUCAS Code W222Validated By Open University

    Course Leader Duncan Harrison

    0113 202 8000

    duncan.harrison@leeds-art.ac.uk

    BA (hons) Printed Textiles & Surface Pattern Design

    Leeds College

    of Art

    Prospectus

    2014 - 2015

    HE Courses Page 86

    As a student, youll have the significant advantage of your own permanent studio space. We place major importance on drawing, but youll also translate your ideas into digital formats. Youll use cutting-edge computer suites plus professionally equipped workshops for dyeing, screen- printing, heat-transfer printing, digital printing and laser- cutting.

    Whilst on the programme students are given opportunities to sell their work at trade fairs. We have exhibited for many years at Indigo in Paris, a leading fashion fabric fair, and also at MooD in Brussels or Maison et Objet in Paris for those specialising in interior fabrics.We also show student work at international book fairs, and the New Designers Exhibi-tion, London, is an opportunity for our graduating students to present themselves and their work to a professional audience and to meet potential employers.First-year students have a week-long study trip to Amsterdam or other cultural capitals while second-year students have a choice of two visits to Paris. A further visit to New York is scheduled every three years, open to students on all three years.

    What You Will StudyYear One You will explore drawing, colour and design and a range of print methods both traditional and digital for paper and fabric. We will help you find, develop and express your own personal interests and approachto designing.Year Two Innovation is the focus and striving to develop a personal handwriting that you can apply to all to your choice of design contexts.Year Three You will plan your own programme of work in your chosen area of special-isation to give you the experience and professional portfolio you require to confidently present yourself to the design industry.The Textile Fellowship allows some students to stay on after graduating and use our facili-ties to do professional collaborations and/or set up their own business with the support of course tutors.Work Placements Our students are in high demand and very quickly secure work placement opportunities with top studios.

    This programme has an outstanding global reputation. We look for talented, hard-working people who will develop their own handwriting, both anticipating and setting future trends. In exchange we offer incomparable tuition, experiences and opportunities. The emphasis is on originality and innovation, and the highest standards of work and professionalism.

  • HE Courses Page 87

    Accolades Students win countless national and international design awards including; Tigerprint Award, New Designers Harlequin Award, New Designers, Texprint Winner, Surtex, New York, Worshipful Company of Dyers Award, Prestigious Textiles Award, Clothwork-ers Foundation Award for the fashion market, Clothworkers Foundation Award for the interiors market, Association of Fashion and Textiles Award, 2012, Ideal Wallpaper Design of the Year, SDC International Design Competition, Zizzis Fresh Talent, Print Odyssey, Beta fashion.com Scarf Competition, 2 Travel Bursary Awards to Premiere Vision and Indigo, Paris, Bradford Textiles Society Grand Prize Winner Muraspec Wallpaper Competition.

    Destination Careers Graduates of this programme are highly sought-after, joining the design studios of influential companies. Many find jobs in fashion prints and interior products and furnishings; wall coverings; cards and gift wrap; media and publishing; fashion marketing; styling; buying; and interior design. Others set up their own businesses, producing work for private commissions or major brands.

  • Duration 3 YearsStudy Mode Full TimeTerm Starts SeptemberUCAS Code W222Validated By Open University

    Course Leader Duncan Harrison

    0113 202 8000

    duncan.harrison@leeds-art.ac.uk

    BA (hons) Printed Textiles & Surface Pattern Design

    Leeds College

    of Art

    Prospectus

    2014 - 2015

    HE Courses Page 86

    This programme has an outstanding global reputation. We look for talented, hard-working people who will develop their own handwriting, both anticipating and setting future trends. In exchange we offer incomparable tuition, experiences and opportunities. As a student, youll have the significant advantage of your own permanent studio space. We place major importance on drawing, but youll also translate your ideas into digital formats. Youll use cutting-edge computer suites plus professionally equipped workshops for dyeing, screen- printing, heat-transfer printing, digital printing and laser- cutting. The emphasis is on originality and innovation, and the highest standards of work and profes-sionalism.Whilst on the programme students are given opportunities to sell their work at trade fairs. We have exhibited for many years at Indigo in Paris, a leading fashion fabric fair, and also at MooD in Brussels or Maison et Objet in Paris for those specialising in interior fabrics.We also show student work at international book fairs, and the New Designers Exhibi-tion, London, is an opportunity for our graduating students to present themselves and their work to a professional audience and to meet potential employers.First-year students have a week-long study trip to Amsterdam or other cultural capitals while second-year students have a choice of two visits to Paris. A further visit to New York is scheduled every three years, open to students on all three years.

    What You Will StudyYear One You will explore drawing, colour and design and a range of print methods both traditional and digital for paper