Creative Portfolio in Textile Design

Whether you have been out of the textile industry for a while or want just to tweak your portfolio this course will help you advance your ideas and reinvigorate your practice. During the course a variety of short studio projects will be set these are designed to challenge you and enable you to explore and develop your ideas on paper...

Taught by: Dominique L'Olive.

Description

Whether you have been out of the textile industry for a while or want just to tweak your portfolio this course will help you advance your ideas and reinvigorate your practice. During the course a variety of short studio projects will be set these are designed to challenge you and enable you to explore and develop your ideas on paper.

You will look at different creative solutions to produce an exciting portfolio for either the current textile market or prospective degree interviews.

Whilst you will receive guidance from your tutor you are also expected to engage in self-directed study both in and outside the classroom.

Personal guidance and mentoring will be given in class as to how to push your own work further.

Whilst this is a paper based course students are more than welcome to develop potential Ideas on their personal computers if you wish to bring your own lap top or iPad along.

Level: All levels

Entry requirements: None


Tutor information

After completing a degree in Fashion Textiles at Central Saint Martins, Dominique L'Olive moved on to be a studio manager where she developed and created designs for the UK, Japan and the US. She has since worked with many different companies such as the V&A, Jigsaw, Style Council and Dorothy Perkins, producing a range of textile designs. Dominique currently works as a freelance textile and surface pattern designer and teaches on a range of textile courses at the University of the Arts London.


Materials

Please bring with you to the first session:

  • A selection of brushes, up to 1 inch
  • Rubber Gloves
  • Water Pot
  • Sponge, old fork, any other mark making tools
  • Plastic cups
  • Apron/old shirt.



Later in the course you will also need:

  • Feathers
  • Leaves
  • Bits of lace or netting.

Details for booking

DateDay of WeekTimeDurationCostStatusLocationAction
09/01/2017 - 13/03/2017Mondays18:30 - 21:0010 Weeks£545Available Granary Sq. - N1C Add to Basket