Our Foundation Diploma in Art and Design is divided into four curriculum areas: 3-Dimensional Design and Architecture; Fashion and Textiles; Fine Art and Graphic Communication Design. Each of these areas is divided into pathways. Samuel Georges has spent the last academic year studying Product Design and Ceramics, which sits in 3-Dimensional Design and Architecture. Here he tells us about his final project, in which he has created a multipurpose, educational toy for deaf children. Continue reading
Tahira Mahmood, Foundation Diploma in Art and Design (3-Dimensional Design and Architecture curriculum area), talks about liminal space and the ideas behind her final project ‘The Art of the In-between’ ahead of this year’s Foundation Show (11 – 13 May 2017).
As the Foundation Show is about to open, we take a moment to celebrate a stellar year for the course.
The College is about to open the door on the Foundation Show sharing the work of this year’s Foundation Diploma in Art and Design students. A stepping stone from school to undergraduate study, the one-year course is key in giving young artists and designers the time and experience to define their futures. That means a lot of events and projects crammed into one busy year and this year has been no different from the cross-Channel collaboration with Paris College of Art to an eccentric interstellar four-day residency in the Futuro House on the roof of the College.
Congratulations to our Foundation students who, this week, unveil their final projects to the public for the first time. As the Foundation Show continues, we caught up with Noah Bier to talk Brutalism, multiculturalism and his future plans. Continue reading
Small Change is an annual pop-up exhibition and sale of work from 3-Dimensional Design and Architecture Foundation students at Central Saint Martins. From home ware to postcards to jewellery, student sold a wide range of unique products addressing sustainability and environmental issues in 3-Dimensional Design and Architecture. Continue reading
Last Sunday Granary Square was host to ‘Draw the World’, a day of illustration as part of The Big Draw, the world’s largest drawing festival.
Visitors gathered to take part in events ranging from an impressive attempt to draw the world using mobile phones and a drone to an illustration seance, designing emojis and drawing classes in the Crossing.
Small Change, a project that challenged 3-Dimensional Design and Architecture Foundation students to explore sustainability and environmental issues.
The students across the 3DDA pathways were challenged in a range of different ways. Continue reading