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We are delighted to announce two new Honorary Fellowships. This is the second time that West Dean College of Arts and Conservation has awarded Fellowships.

The Fellows, Lesley Millar MBE and Mark Roberts have long associations with West Dean College and have been influential in supporting the development of the College’s specialisms alongside making significant contributions to their fields. The Fellowships recognise this history as well as providing the basis for future collaborations.

Lesley Millar, Professor of Textile Culture, Director of the International Textile Research Centre at UCA, ran her own weave studio for over 20 years before becoming an exhibition curator specialising in textiles.

Mark Roberts began excavating on archaeological sites in 1978, over the next five years he worked on sites in Sussex, Essex and the Isle of Man, supervising excavations from 1980. He has been a tutor at UCL Institute of Archaeology since 1985.

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This week we are looking back over 10 years of R&A. Today we're looking at one of the many workshops we've run. Between 2016 - 19 we visited UCA Farnham working with Rebecca Anne Skeels who at the time was the coordinator for the multi disipline MA Students. We ran 4 two day film making workshops in that time getting the group of students to make a 1 minute film in our style of their practice. I think we had all the photography departments SLR cameras booked out and the students paired up and were sent on there way to capture material. Arron and I waited in the computer room until phones calls came in asking for help and we'd have to negociate the maze like campus to find the students. Day one was capturing the footage and at the end of the day we'd go back to our Premier Inn or Air BnB (we found a nice converted garage a couple of times and were distracted by Deep Fry Masters on Netflix one year 😂) and our task would be to build all the footage ready for the students to edit the next day, they were late nights! The second day would be to get the students to then edit the footage and record an interview. The computer room was hot, stuffy and frantick those days. Those that followed the instructions definately had easier days. Each time we would end up with 20 or more films which were totally watchable and it definately made them think about their work in a different way and how to communicate their story better. The film below was made by Hannah Gibson Glass in 2017, she is now one of our best buds and is a regular at our Craft Coffee Morning calls. We really enjoyed running these workshops and working with Rebecca, long and tiring days but so rewarding! Hopefully one day we'll be able to do something similar again.

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You can contact us for any query related to the same. Discover more about the no. 1 creative specialist university in the UK. At UCA, you can choose from hundreds of courses, covering every kind of creative specialism. Animation Computing & Games
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Living proof that with the skill, the passion, and the persistence, you can get your dream job – UCA graduate, Kate Herron, tells us how she became a showrunner for the first season of Disney+ series Loki.
Read more ➡️ https://uca.ac.uk/.../film-production-alumni-kates-a.../
Picture courtesy of Marvel Studios/Disney+


UCA is delighted to announce that it is the top specialist art and design university for world-leading research outputs in the UK, according to REF 2021.
Significant improvements in UCA’s overall quality profile and quality profile for research outputs have cemented its place at the forefront of creative research.
REF 2021 has shown that almost a third of UCA’s research outputs are world-leading, and more than three quarters are either world-leading or internationally excellent.
President and Vice-Chancellor Bashir Makhoul comments “The global position of UCA continues to strengthen and the results of REF 2021 show just this. As the top specialist art and design university for world leading research outputs I am delighted that we are recognised for raising our profile as an authority on specialist subjects, such as sustainability in design, the circular economy, photography, crafts, conceptual art, textiles and more.”
Read the full story ➡️ https://bit.ly/3PjK0GT


Two international UCA students, currently featured in UCA Farnham’s Mother Tongue exhibition, have had their artwork selected for this year’s Fiber Art Biennale.
Congratulations Agelos Kotzias and Yangzi Wang!
Full story 👉🏽 https://www.uca.ac.uk/.../int-students-chosen-for-fiber.../


Give yourself permission to make art for the sake of making art 🖌🎨
'Where Do I Go?' Drawn by Illustration student, Caroline Merriam.
Study Illustration at UCA ➡️ https://bit.ly/3aS53OT


Join our global student community to learn creative skills from industry experts in one of the world's leading creative economies.
Our UK campuses are all within an hour's travel from London - an ideal location to build contacts and gain industry experience.
Discover more about life at UCA ➡️ https://bit.ly/3otp9DP


Birgitta Hosea has co-created Fission, a major digital exhibition for Guizhou Provincial Museum, including a version of her installation Holes, which was initially supported by internal research funding from UCA.
Find out more here ➡️ https://bit.ly/3yjEH4o


Students from UCA Canterbury have planted 60 trees, including birch and rowan, as part of the initiative by Students For Trees and the Woodland Trust 🌳
The campaign aims to plant 50 million trees in the UK by the end of 2025 in a bid to combat the climate crisis.
Gateway Adviser and event organiser, Louise Lees, added: “This initiative will enhance the biodiversity of our Canterbury campus and make it a greener and more pleasant place to be.”
Read more ➡️ https://bit.ly/3u5BfHX 🌍

Image: Emi Endo


European Commission research indicates that 27% of marine litter comes from waste fishing gear.
Prof Martin Charter has joined a government steering group dedicated to exploring policy for end-of-life aquaculture equipment.
Read more ➡️ https://bit.ly/3K9RbhP


Leading the way in sustainable research: is the second-largest sport worldwide, and the lack of transparency around the sustainability of cricket equipment is the focus of a new study by our Centre for Sustainable Design.
According to the International Cricket Council in 2018, more than three million people play cricket worldwide. And, with modern innovations in the game, such as the introduction of The Hundred and Twenty20 Internationals, more and more people, especially younger players and female players, are engaged in the sport.
But cricket is one of the most equipment-intensive sectors, with around 40 pieces of equipment used at one time. It begs the question: What happens to all that cricket gear, and does it just end up in landfill?
Read more ➡️ https://bit.ly/3taHjON


We love a work-in-progress! 'Transient spaces and the displacement of people' by Foundation student Emily Mac. ✏️
"I currently have no clear vision for the outcome of this project, just letting the ideas and inspiration flow and we'll see where it goes..."
Follow Emily ➡️ emilymac.art on Instagram
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Bloomin' lovely. 🌹 We enjoy seeing the inspiration behind your artworks almost as much as the finished pieces!
Flowers in bloom by Hand Embroidery student Emily May.
Study Hand Embroidery ➡️ https://bit.ly/3q0e4e1


If running an arts venue sounds like your dream career then our unique Arts and Cultural Management degree course will give you the tools and skills you need.
Ready to take the next step? Explore today ➡️ https://bit.ly/3KJXZDC


Contour and structure by Fashion Atelier student, Serena. 👗⁠

She said: "The inspiration behind this project was the grandiosity and regality of the West African Moors that reinvented the idea of luxury in Europe between the 8th-15th centuries. The structure is an arachnid silhouette derived from the Ghanaian folklore 'Anansi the spider man'."⁠

Follow Serena ➡️ serena.addington⁠ on Instagram


From our students' projects to our lecturers' work and everything in between – creativity is bursting at the seems across all our campuses. 🖌🎨⁠

'Don't go there.' A watercolour by senior lecturer Curtis Tappenden.⁠

Follow Curtis ➡️ curtis.tappenden ⁠on Instagram

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Using the narrative fiction of Jane Austen and her home in Chawton, MA Fine Art students respond to Austen’s writings, her life, and socio-political histories in Subtext.
Open from today, Saturday 26 March, at Jane Austen's House in Chawton, Hampshire.
More info ➡️ https://bit.ly/3Id49d6


UCA research students, graduates and doctoral alumni have taken part in a textiles research trip and exhibition alongside Japanese counterparts on both sides of the globe.
The purpose of the visit was to learn about techniques and culture, and then replicate those influences in the artists’ own work, while for Japanese participants their work encapsulated UK influences.
Two exhibitions then took place – split between the Crafts Study Centre, Farnham, and at Gallery Kyoto, which runs until May 8.
Read more ➡️ https://bit.ly/3K3LIIP


Body Vessel Clay, featuring the work of UCA Chancellor Professor Magdalene Odundo DBE, remains open at the beautiful Two Temple Place gallery until 24 April.
The exhibition explores how ceramics have been disrupted, questioned, and reimagined by black women over the last 70 years. It brings together more than 80 works by eight artists - Ladi Kwali, Phoebe Collings-James, Shawanda Corbett, Jade Montserrat, Julia Phillips, Chinasa Vivian Ezugha, Bisila Noha and Dame Magdalene Odundo- who are working with clay in radical new ways.
Find out more ➡️ https://bit.ly/3uUcrSC


As part of a joint outdoor art project between UCA and Surrey County Council, artwork by two BA Fine Art students is on display at Farnham and Epsom train stations for the next 3 weeks.
This piece is by Shiona Frayne. Jessica Berry's work also features. Check them out next time you're waiting for your train!


UCA Textiles alumni Rezia Wahid MBE is launching her book 'Weaving Light' this Saturday at the William Morris Gallery in London.
You can register for the event here ➡️ https://bit.ly/3kRp4cj
Rezia will also be appearing on The Prince’s Master Crafters: The Next Generation, a new show on Sky Arts airing later this month.
(Image: 'Sunset on Snow', Rezia Wahid)


Lucy Twilley, Advice & Wellbeing Coordinator at has pulled together some tips and advice for managing your workload and taking care of yourself during deadline season.
Read the blog here ➡️ https://bit.ly/3vSdt33

Photos from UCA's post 13/05/2022

A project by Dr Julie Blanchard-Emmerson, a Senior Lecturer in Fashion History and Theory at UCA, has won the 2022 PRME UK & Ireland Chapter Research Seed Funding Competition.
Dr Blanchard-Emmerson’s proposal “‘Do in the education of fashion business students?” was commended by the judging panel.
"Through dialogue, racialised minority students will be able to challenge how they may be stereotyped and under-represented, while white students will be encouraged to question their privilege and provide allyship to colleagues from minority backgrounds, explained Dr Blanchard-Emmerson."
Read in full here: https://bit.ly/38CktYM


At UCA, as at all universities, many of our staff and students engage in research.
But what is research in a specialist art and design University? How do we do it and what does it result in? 🤔
We asked UCA's Director of Research, Victoria Kelley, to write a guest blog to answer all these questions and more.
Read the blog here ➡️ https://bit.ly/3r2tYqA


UCA is leading the way in sustainable innovation 🏏.
Cricket is the second-largest sport worldwide, and the lack of transparency around the sustainability of equipment is the focus of a new study by our Centre for Sustainable Design.
Read more ➡️ https://bit.ly/3taHjON


Graphic Design student Elliot has recently been modelling and texturing this vase using Cinema 4d and Redshift.
"I specialise in 3D design, moving image, and typography, and have a passion for visualising conceptual ideas that utilise both conventional and experimental means. I am inspired heavily by my surroundings, philosophical ideas and new media design."
Follow Elliot on Instagram ➡️ https://www.instagram.com/elliots_art_stuff/
Learn more about Graphic Design at UCA ➡️ https://bit.ly/2SzAXc8


Whether you want to become a screenwriter, producer, director, or camera operator, or to work in drama, news, or documentaries, our TV Production course will give you the skills and knowledge you need.
Learn more about TV Production at UCA ➡️ https://bit.ly/uca2tv2


We'd like to wish all members of the UCA community Eid Mubarak!


We're absolutely thrilled to hear that our People & Culture team has been shortlisted for the UHR Award for HR Excellence!
Winners will be announced at the UHR Conference on 11 May. More information here: https://www.uhr.ac.uk/awards/awards-2022/

Photos from UCA's post 29/04/2022

We were thrilled to welcome Kingswood Shetlands onto Epsom campus on Wednesday! They provided animal therapy to students and staff 🐢
📸:Hilary Wicks


We were thrilled to welcome Em's Farm to our Farnham campus earlier last month to mark .
Read more about wellbeing support at UCA in this article from the Farnham Herald: https://bit.ly/3wv6nCy


European Commission research indicates that 27% of marine litter comes from waste fishing gear
Prof. Martin Charter, Director of the Centre for Sustainable Design at UCA, has joined a government steering group dedicated to exploring potential policy for end-of-life fishing and aquaculture equipment.
Prof. Charter said: “With the growing concern over plastics in the oceans and the problem of waste and end-of-life fishing gear, this steering group will provide expert advice to government. I will bring my knowledge of circular business models and circular design, local innovation systems, recycling, and the policy context.”
Read more ➡️ https://bit.ly/3K9RbhP


Our Textiles degrees open up a number of exciting career paths - whether you want to work in fashion, film, museums or education, or go down a more artistic route 👚
Take the first steps to a career in textiles today 👉🏾 https://bit.ly/ucatextiles


BA Illustration & Animation student Matilda Flood doesn't just stick to pens and paper! 🦋
"Outside of studying my interest in surface design expands to all things. No canvas too big or small. Transforming the environment into a botanical filled wonderland."
We think this butterfly planter is absolutely stunning! Check out more of Matilda's work over on Instagram ➡️ https://bit.ly/3oZ9CgF
Find out more about studying at UCA ➡️ https://bit.ly/3JH6fTL


Amazing news! Jana Griffiths, a second-year Ceramics & Glass student, has won Grand First Prize and £1,000 at this year's British Art Medal Society (BAMS) Student Medal Project, run by the Worshipful Company of Founders.
Congratulations Jana! 🥳
The Student Medal Project, now in its 29th year, had 148 submissions from colleges and universities from around the UK and from Pforzheim in Germany, the invited European university for 2022.
Jana’s medal will go on display alongside other prize-winning art medals made by students at Farnham’s New Ashgate Gallery from 12 March until 23 April 2022.
Read the full story ➡️ https://bit.ly/3J6wkLU


Architecture student Ella has drawn Queen's House, Greenwich, as part of her Renaissance to Neoclassicism module. Aside from architecture, Ella enjoys collaging and embroidery in her spare time.
📸 ella_morley_art on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3BRnA9D
Find out more about life as a UCA student ➡️ https://bit.ly/3sjkSXi


BA Architecture alum Chris Simmons of Squire & Partners and Studio Chris Simmons has launched a mentoring platform to support architecture students’ transition to practice through drawing.
Chris, who graduated in 2011, describes drawing as “one of the most readily used and important skills you can have as an architect.”
Read the full story ➡️ https://bit.ly/3IOekFS


Say hello to Zora, the doll with a blue spot. MA Illustration student Nora Lee has been working on her character.
"The spot on her face is a shortcoming of everyone, but we are all unique and irreplaceable in the world."
📸 yihanlee1119 on Instagram
Find out more about our Illustration courses ➡️ https://bit.ly/352QS5F


Thanks to Men Style Fashion for naming UCA in the top 5 fashion schools to consider. ⭐️
"This university is the place for innovative thinkers, experimentalists, and those who have a unique approach when it comes to fashion."

Photos from UCA's post 29/03/2022

MA Fine Art alumna Molly Lambourn has her degree show project on display at the Fishlab Gallery in Whitstable until tomorrow, head down there to check it out!
📸 by mollylambourn on Instagram


Getting the shot 📸👌 Test shoot for a collaborative magazine project by BA (Hons) Fashion Branding and Communications student, Nicole Gainey.
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