UAL Diplomas in 3D Design, Textiles & Film collaboration
Collaboration is at the heart of our creative community, courses across our campus work together on projects to develop students skills in communication and collaboration such as this project from our college level students.
Student’s on our UAL Extended Diploma 3D Design, Textiles and Film & TV worked together on a joint production at our Middlesbrough campus, utilising the skills and specialist equipment within our professional studio spaces. This project gave students the opportunity to work together on production concepts for four eras – the 1960’s, 1950’s, Arts & Crafts and Art Deco – which they pitched to staff.
Student’s on our 3D Design course created full scale sets which included both design and manufacturing the set (these are on display in our campus, prospective student’s can see them at our next open day), Textiles students created wallpaper’s, posters and prints to decorate the sets and film students, wrote, filmed and edited short film’s for each concept which you can view below!
1950 – diner threat
Arts & Crafts – A New Reform
Art Deco – The First Hundred Days
Students on the course enjoyed the different way’s each course approached their specific era, film student Mia who worked in the Arts & Crafts group said said “I liked the theme we had and I liked to see how people in my group explored it through their models and individual designs. I think we came to agreement easily about our final design and it incorporated a bit of everyone’s ideas and key points from our group mind map. I liked working on the set and I think the one we worked on was really good.”
Working creatively as part of a team allows students to gain vital skills needed for when they join their respective industries. Student Darcey, who worked on the 1950’s film said “The collaborative project gave many of us the opportunity to work with various courses and combine our efforts into one final outcome. It was fun to plan and experiment with new people and be able to apply the experimentation to improve my work. I’m glad to have participated, as I will be prepared to work with others in the industry when necessary.
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