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Manchester textiles study visit

By | BA hons textiles degree, Fine Art, Galleries, study visit, Study Visits, Textiles, We Are OCA

On Sunday 13 November OCA tutor and programme leader Rebecca Fairley will host a study visit to two venues in Manchester. In the morning the group will visit The Whitworth then move onto Manchester Art Gallery for the afternoon. The day will be full of gorgeous textiles from stylish mid century fabrics to cutting edge fashion.

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Textile art and design that conveys ethical messages

By | BA hons textiles degree, Education, Fine Art, Textiles

Following on from my previous blog post about sustainability in textiles I thought it would be a good opportunity to look at some textile practitioners and artists that use textiles to convey messages or evoke discussions about ethical issues. In the post I will use a number of practitioners to illustrate the diverse ways textile practices and materials are used.

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An introduction to sustainability in textiles

By | BA hons textiles degree, Education, Fine Art, Galleries, Textiles

In this blog post you will be taken through 3 key aspects of sustainable textiles. These are the Textiles Environment Design project (TED), the Slow Textiles Movement, and Design for disassembly. Every textile student and practitioner should have some knowledge and consider the ethics of textile production in their practice.

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Study visit: New Designers

By | BA hons textiles degree, Study Visits, Textiles, We Are OCA

On Saturday 2 July OCA tutor Sandra Flower will once again be hosting a study visit to the New Designers Exhibition at the Business Design Centre in London. New Designers is an annual event that showcases the work of the UK’s emerging designers. It is a huge design fair exhibiting the work of over 1500 students.

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