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The Decorative Arts BA Hons at Nottingham Trent University.

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  • 1. Welcome to Nottingham Trent University School of Art & Design Decorative Arts
  • 2. The Decorative Arts Course • Established in 1996 at Nottingham Trent University. • This is a multidisciplinary Art and Design course that provide graduates with the skills and knowledge to pursue a career in Art and Design.
  • 3. A hands on experience • Students undertaking this course have the opportunity to explore, develop and create, • Working with colour, print, ceramics, textiles, metal, jewellery, glass, wood and mould making, plastics and resins.
  • 4. Decorative Arts Diagram of 3 Years Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 E M Contextual Studies X Contextual Studies A Contextual Studies T Drawing and colour IT M Drawing and colour IT S IT IT IT E W Self Directed Studies A Self Directed Studies T Self Directed Studies N T Surface / Print Ceramics S Embroidery Wood Glass E Recycling D F Ceramics Surface / Print Metal Embroidery R Wood Metal E M Innovation Creative Design X Innovation Creative Design A Innovation Creative Design T Project one, two and workshops M Project three and workshops S Project four E W Self Directed Studies A Self Directed Studies T Self Directed Studies N T IT Drawing S Drawing E Drawing D F Business and Professional Practice Business and Professional Practice R Business and Professional E M Creative Practice X Creative Practice A Creative Practice D e T Dissertation/Live Trading M Dissertation/Live Trading S Creative Practice e S E W Self Directed Studies A Self Directed Studies T Self Directed Studies g h N T Creative Practice S Creative Practice E Creative Practice r o D F Creative Practice Creative Practice R Creative Practice e w
  • 5. Decorative Art Year One Work Laura Girardi DA1 Laura Barnes DA1 Catherine Leese DA1
  • 6. Decorative Art Year One Work Rosalind Hutchings DA1 Hannah George DA1
  • 7. Decorative Art Year Two Work Rosalind Hutchings DA2
  • 8. Junko Shiratsu DA2 Laura Timmons DA2 Decorative Art Year Two Work
  • 9. Decorative Art Year Two Work Anna Hunt DA2 Anna Byers DA2
  • 10. Rosie Norman Millinery Decorative Art Final Year Work
  • 11. Hannah Hawthorne 3D Wallpaper Caren Barry Wallpaper Print Decorative Art Final Year Work
  • 12. Decorative Art Final Year Work Paula Briggs Porcelain
  • 13. Carly Stafford Stoneware Decorative Art Final Year Work
  • 14. Harriet Foster Fashion Print Decorative Art Final Year Work
  • 15. Decorative Art Final Year Work Maya Wallis Red Earthenware
  • 16. Laura McCafferty Fabric Appliqué Decorative Art Final Year Work Guardian Weekend ‘SPACE’
  • 17. Creo 2014 Degree Show
  • 18. Jean Gregory DA3 2014 Elle Maxwell Emily Stapleton Jeffries
  • 19. Sophie Rosak DA3 2014
  • 20. Penny Harold – Joules 2014 Zoe Chapelle – Joules 2014
  • 21. Aisling Chen – DA3 2014 - RCA
  • 22. Beth Opiyo DA3 2014 – MA Design Management University of Southampton
  • 23. Ananaya Bevinakati – 2014 - MA Philadelphia USA Fashion and Weave
  • 24. New Designers Pulse Award Winner: Nicola Popplewell, Nottingham Trent University, BA (Hons) Decorative Arts Award Prize: A prize of £500 PLUS a stand at Pulse 2011 which will take place from 5-7 June 2011 at Earls Court. This is an unmissable opportunity to get your product in front of over 6,000 key decision makers! Judges Comments: PRODUCT: AN ORIGINAL SOFT TOY CONCEPT The judges liked the ‘fresh approach to soft toys with good use of colour and graphics that will delight children and help development.’ Nicola intends to start a business and will put the prize money to put products into product and develop the range. ‘The exposure is so valuable in getting my name out there, and I am thrilled that I will have my first solo trade show next year.’ Nicola Popplewell went through to the regional finals of the Lloyds TSB student illustration competition.
  • 25. Emily Phillips - Winner New Designers Pulse Award 2013
  • 26. Karoline Healy DA3 2014 – Winner - Not on the High St Award New Designers 2014
  • 27. A course designed for students to work in; • The Interior Design, Home-ware Design or within the fashion and interior retail sector. • Art and Design Education. • Or to set up a practice as a studio based artist, illustrator or designer maker.
  • 28. Typical Graduate Destinations • Freelance Designers (Product, Fashion etc) • Designer Makers (Studio based) • Product Designers • Buyers and Specifiers (Retail, Contract etc) • Stylists • Art & Design Editorial • Art Directors for Film and Photography • Teaching • Technicians
  • 29. Anna Collette Hunt
  • 30. Esther Patterson - Curiosa and Curiosa
  • 31. Laura Barnes – Feature in making
  • 32. Rosie Norman Millinery
  • 33. How do we compare Percentage who receive 1st Class Awards • 28% Decorative Arts at NTU - 201314 • 15% Design Crafts De Montfort University - 201213 • 11% Glass, Ceramics, Jewellery, Metalwork at UCA- 201213 • 10% Contemporary Crafts at Falmouth- 201213 • 10% Applied Arts at Wolverhampton- 201213
  • 34. How do we compare – Unistats NSS Percentage who receive 2.1 awards or above • 78% Decorative Arts at NTU - 201314 • 75% Design Crafts De Montfort University - 201213 • 69% Glass, Ceramics, Jewellery, Metalwork at UCA - 201213 • 65% Applied Arts at Wolverhampton - 201213 • 55% Contemporary Crafts at Falmouth - 201213
  • 35. How do we compare – Unistats NSS Percentage who are overall, satisfied with the quality of the course • 88% Contemporary Crafts at Falmouth • 85% Decorative Arts at NTU • 83% Design Crafts De Montfort University • 75% Applied Arts at Wolverhampton • 56% Glass, Ceramics, Jewellery, Metalwork at UCA
  • 36. How do we compare – Unistats NSS Percentage who go on to work and/or study within 6 months of graduating • 95% Design Crafts De Montfort University • 90% Decorative Arts at NTU • 90% Applied Arts at Wolverhampton • 85% Glass, Ceramics, Jewellery, Metalwork at UCA • 80% Contemporary Crafts at Falmouth
  • 37. Entry Requirements • Lots of enthusiasm • A keen desire to work in the Art and Design sector • A good awareness of career options within the creative industries • A minimum of 280 UCAS tariff points (UK) • GCSE English grade C or above (Literature or Language) • GCSE Maths or Science grade C or above, or equivalent • Current Portfolio of approximately 15 pieces of work • Overseas students are welcome to apply
  • 38. Zoe Shepherd 2000 Cast Glass Nottingham Trent University School of Art & Design Decorative Arts With Thanks from the Decorative Arts Team Kathy Dickinson Nichola Hebditch Simon Mount Lharne Shaw Jude Wensley
  • 39. University Web Site Links Creo Mint Film Notch Dec Arts Presentation Online