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Design & Craft Open Day Presentation 2013

  1. 1. Design & Craft Brighton A programme of designers, makers, applied artists and materialists
  2. 2. University of Brighton: One of Europe’s most vibrant and exciting cities Research Assessment Exercise: Grade 5 2000 and Best Modern University 2007 Quality Assurance Agency: Excellent Centre of Excellence in Teaching and Learning Through Design: RIBA, RCA, V&A National Students Survey: 100% Overall Satisfaction 2010 (3D Des), 2011 (3D Des), 2012 (3D MP), 2013 (3D Des & MP) With 100% Satisfaction in 12 of 21 questions (3D Des 2013).
  3. 3. The full spectrum of three dimensional disciplines
  4. 4. Possible progression routes and awards: MA 180 M-Level credits MDes/MFA 480 credits (120 M-Level) BA(Hons) 360 credits FDA Practice and Professional PHD MA MA L4 MDes / MFA ( Placement ) L3 L3 MDes/MFA BA ( Hons ) 240 credits Consider exit options MRes and PHD L2 120 credits L1
  5. 5. Design & Craft Brighton All staff are practicing artists, makers or designers and researchers Many are recognised leaders in their subject fields
  6. 6. Will  Nash  -­‐  Sculptor  
  7. 7. Ulrika  Jarl  –  Industrial  Ceramics  
  8. 8. Kelly Sant - English Patient and Fifth Element
  9. 9. Cra$s  magazine  –  Nov  2012   Gareth Neal – ‘In Pursuit of Carbon Neutral’
  10. 10. Icon  magazine  –  Nov  2012  
  11. 11. Design & Craft Brighton ‘Vision Aid Overseas’
  12. 12. ‘Puma Sustainable Design Challenge’
  13. 13. Ben  Wilson  at  Product  life  workshop:  (IF:Laboratory)  
  14. 14. Design & Craft Brighton Visiting lecturers have included: Lin Cheung, Mah Rhana, Dan Eatock, Friedrikson and Stallard, El Ultimo Grito, William Warren, Max Lamb, Thorsten Van Elten, Hans Stofer, John Thackara, Ken Garland
  15. 15. Design & Craft Brighton: 1st Year Foundation in materials practice - ‘hands on learning’ Ethics, politics, sustainability of materials Making techniques CNC / CAD CAM Visual research / visualisation techniques / drawing photography, film Concept development, research and communication ‘materiality, site, human factors, process’ Professional Practice / Business Studies Historical and critical studies External visits / field trips
  16. 16. SebasJano  Oddi  
  17. 17. David  Hood  
  18. 18. SebasJano  Oddi  
  19. 19. Adam  Fairweather  /  re-­‐worked    
  20. 20. Freya  Sewell  
  21. 21. Anna  Bullus  -­‐  gumdrop  
  22. 22. Design & Craft Brighton: 2nd Year Material and process specialisation Development of personal working methods and disciplinary focus Open themed projects / personal topics ‘Live projects’ with leading external brands and organisations Extension studies / ‘making a difference’ Personal professional development More specialised areas of critical history and theory External visits / field trips
  23. 23. Hanna  Mawbey  –  reconsidering  disability  through  products    
  24. 24. Hanna  Mawbey   Reconsidering  disability  through  products    
  25. 25. Examples  of  press  -­‐  Design  Week  
  26. 26. Examples  of  press  -­‐  New  Design  (  6  page  feature  )  
  27. 27. Design & Craft Brighton: 3rd / 4th Year Personally identified themes Research & development Delivery of exam work, degree show and folio Professional work plan (work placement and business plan in 4th year) Dissertation
  28. 28. Claire  Twomey  -­‐  internship    
  29. 29. David  Gardener  
  30. 30. Bethan  Wood  
  31. 31. Bethan  Wood  
  32. 32. Demelza  Hill  –  press  coverage  
  33. 33. Graduation – life long careers within creative industries - Furniture, lighting and product design -  Craft, applied arts and sculpture -  Film, television and exhibition and museum design - Trend forecasting, journalism, curation - Teaching, NGOs, government departments Conran, VW, Tom Dixon, Virgin, Nike, The BBC, Mulberry, Donna Karen, Philips, Yamaha, Paul Smith, Antony Gormley, Adidas, Nike, Vodafone, Anish Kapoor, Nokia, Ron Arad, Heals, Troika, Jason Bruges, Harrods, Univerrsal Studios, Lego, Disney...
  34. 34. Chloe  Meineck  –  Design  Museum  residency  
  35. 35. Chloe  Meineck  –  Design  Museum  residency  
  36. 36. Future  pioneer     Award  at  New  Designers  2013   Josh  Barnes  
  37. 37. Jossel  Simpson-­‐LiYle  
  38. 38. Jossel  Simpson-­‐LiYle  
  39. 39. Jossel  Simpson-­‐LiYle  
  40. 40. V&A  Museum  Residency  
  41. 41. Pheobe  Cummings  
  42. 42. Pheobe  Cummings  –  V&A  Residency  
  43. 43. “I  found  this  an  exciDng  environment  to  be  within.  The  way  the  course  opens  up  dialogues   between  disciplines  is  an  important  aspect  of  the  modern  professional  world”.       Pheobe  Cummings  –  ArJst  in  residence  V&A  Museum  
  44. 44. James  Rigler  –  Jerwood  Makers  prize  2012  
  45. 45. Nao  Matsunaga  –  Jerwood  Makers  prize  2012  
  46. 46. Rhian  Soloman  
  47. 47. Rhian  Soloman  
  48. 48. Adi  Chambers  
  49. 49. Graduate  Simon  Springford  –  Tin  Tab  Ltd  
  50. 50. Graduate  James  Enright  –  Propshop  UK        
  51. 51. Graduate  James  Enright  –  Propshop  UK        
  52. 52. Graduate  James  Enright  –  Propshop  UK        
  53. 53. Patrick  Laing  –  adidas  concept  store  
  54. 54. “the  course  at  Brighton  was  an  invaluable  programme  which  insDgated  my  career  to  date.”     Andrew  Tanner  –  Head  Designer  Royal  Stafford  and  Poole  PoYery  /  BriJsh  Council   Design  Entrepreneur  for  2010  /  Designer  of  the  Year    
  55. 55. Lin  Cheung  2012  
  56. 56. Design & Craft Brighton A multi-disciplinary programme of designers, makers, artists and materialists

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