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Fashion Print Design for 16 to 18 Year Olds Short Course

Course description

This course takes students from practical idea development on decoration and embellishment in Fashion design, to develop personal ideas through the medium of screen printing. With this understanding and knowledge in place students will create and print component pieces to be constructed (on paper or/and fabric) to the body as a wearable embellished garment resulting in three-dimensional designs.

You will work and develop ideas collaboratively, with students from different backgrounds. Students will explore the process in the spirit of Central Saint Martins, where the focus is on the process and personal and explorative approach is celebrated.

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Who should take this course?

Our teenager courses are a fantastic opportunity to help you build a portfolio ready for further study. They provide the chance to build a solid foundation in your selected art and design subject. Taught by college tutors and industry experts you will gain insight into studying at UAL on campus.

This course is for beginners and those currently studying art, design, and Fashion/ textile design, with a passion for fashion design and textiles print. You should be ready to explore and experiment as well as learn from mistakes. Expect to work and develop ideas collaboratively.

Course Outcomes

By the end of this course students should:

  • Be able to screenprint to a very good standard.
  • Understand the practical collision of colour and colour use.
  • Incorporate printmaking into a shape and form in designed and constructed piece.
  • Articulate ideas from 2 dimension designs to 3 dimensional forms. •
  • Articulate creative ideas, verbally and practically
  • Realise ideas as viable finished piece(s).

Entry requirements: None

Level: All Levels

Please note: This course is for students aged 16 to 18 years old

Clear, easy to understand lessons:

  • Our tutors will explain things in easy to understand, accessible English. If they need to use any special terminology they will make sure they explain what they mean.
  • New methods will be shown to students through live demonstrations, in a way that’s crystal clear and easy to understand.

Experience life on campus

  • Network and share ideas with students from across the globe
  • Access the technology and materials relevant to your discipline
  • Shop in our college shops for any materials you might need
  • Ask questions of your tutor in real time
  • Receive feedback and critique on your assignments
  • Experience the many sights of London on your down time

A certificate of completion:

  • You've put the work in so we want to make sure you have something to show for it!
  • As long as you attend a minimum of 80% of your classes, we will provide you with a certificate of attendance.
  • We always recommend you attend all of the classes so that you get the most out of the experience!
  • Certificates are great to complement your cv.

Available dates

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Details

Topics Covered

  • Day 1 Introduction to garment/body adornment project and Screenprinting induction workshop.
  • Day 2 Idea development for garment/ adornment construction on a theme, incorporating surface design.
  • Day 3 Taking project ideas through to print screen printing as surface design.
  • Day 4 Finalise screen prints and move onto construction.
  • Day 5 Finish construction/ tutorial

Please note due to the creative nature of our courses lesson structure is subject to change. Our tutors are free to adapt lesson plans as new points of discussion arise or if the format of the course delivery changes. Core objectives will still be achieved. Please use this guide as an indication.


Materials

Please bring with you to the first class:

  • A notepad and pen
  • or/and a sketchbook and pencil or similar to sketch out ideas.

Optional:

  • We encourage students to visit permanent collections and specialist exhibitions, such as the V&A as background research on fashion embellishment and decoration.
  • Beads, buttons, sequins, ribbons, found material, recycled and junk material etc.
  • Scrap fabric pieces.
Meet the Tutor:

Fashion Print Design for 16 to 18 Year Olds short course will teach you how to Screenprint and utilise screen printing for three-dimensional work. You will design, create, and make work a garment as body adornment

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