Thursday, 10 July 2014

Taster Day L3 Theatre,Film & TV Dip in Art & Design


New students for L3 Theatre, film & TV dip in Art & Design practiced makeup for Zombie Walk (September 13th 2014 in Birmingham) The course is supporting and actively taking part Zombie Walk and will be doing the makeup on the day.







Tuesday, 8 July 2014

Level 1 & 2 Art and Design Taster day


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Students worked in groups to create stop frame animations using digital SLR cameras and edited the animations using Adobe Premier.

Tuesday, 24 June 2014

OUTLINE Graduation Exhibition and Awards 2014




  The Outline Department held its annual Graduation Exhibition in the gallery space in June this year showcasing the work of students from levels 1, 2, 3 and 4 and recognising exceptional achievement with the Awards Ceremony.






































































These images show the Subsidiary Diploma first year work from the Theatre Arts option and the General Art and Design Bauhaus project.






























Sunday, 18 May 2014

"FEED" Night 4 Helen McCook


Former foundation student Helen McCook gave the fourth talk this year in our series of alumni lectures where students  gain crucial careers advice and guidance.Helen provided a fascinating insight into the world of Textiles/Embroidery having worked on a range of high profile projects including work for Vivian Westwood, David Beckham and the RSN team that embellished Kate Middleton's Royal Wedding Dress.







As usual with our FEED night talks the emphasis was on both the personal and professional development of Helen as a well respected and well-known figure in the world of Textiles / Embroidery but also focused on the skills and attitudes that students need to develop to become successful in a career in the creative industries.







       Foundation course leader Graham Lawler thanks Helen for an entertaining and informative talk




Tuesday, 22 April 2014

Student Visit to Bulgaria




The Outline Department has a thriving overseas exchange programme and overseas links organised by lecturer Graham Burquest. This year over 30 students have taken advantage of the various programmes of Leonardo Exchange and Comenius to travel abroad and meet with students from other countries across the world. A special part of the blog is in development to highlight this aspect of the student experience here at Outline.





Iron sculptures in Sozopol



How to avoid the rain in Burgas



Collecting local advertisments



Tasting food served to the elderly and infirm by a charity in Burgas



Traditional Bulgarian choir



Ruins in Nessebar



Beautiful sea gardens in Burgas



Testing out the Black Sea in Burgas



Creating culinary masterpieces 



Traditional textiles in the Ethnographic Museum in Burgas



Picking teams for the treasure hunt



Thracian Tomb in Pomorie



Traditional wedding cockerel in the Ethnographic Museum in Burgas



Cradle in the Ethnographic Museum in Burgas



Meeting all the students in the town hall in Burgas



Traditional Bulgarian food



Collecting our certificates