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
A 10 day workshop devised by tutors Maria Pina Bentivenga (Rome Academy of Fine Arts) and Umberto Giovannini (Central Saint Martins) who have collaborated on interdisciplinary artistic projects for story-telling and theatre. 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).
Today, four Central Saint Martins Foundation Diploma in Art & Design students will enter the Futuro House on the roof of the College and will not leave for four days, six hours and 45 minutes – the same period of time it took the Apollo 11 space mission to reach the moon. During this time, Celine Clark, Amy Packwood, Scene Peng and Isobel Whalley Payne will all be living and working within the structure. Continue reading
Scene Peng is Central Saint Martins’ winner of the Foundation Diploma in Art & Design’s London/Paris project, supported by Eurostar. London/Paris is an annual collaboration between Central Saint Martins and The Paris College of Art Foundation programmes, and this year students responded to the theme of Europe. Work from London/Paris: EUROPE is on show in the Window Galleries 21 March – 27 April. Continue reading
Central Saint Martins Foundation students studying Fashion and Textiles collaborated recently with Alexander McQueen to address issues around sustainability in the fashion industry. Continue reading