In the Material Art & Design program, students learn how to create jewellery, textiles and ceramics as a professional studio artist or designer. Students choose to focus on textiles or jewellery/metalsmithing as well as electives in ceramics, wearable form, and wearable technology.
“A series of narrative costumes, the Medal winning thesis "Arachne" is an investigation of identity and the exhibition of artifice, imagining a Greek myth into surreal forms. Informed by a combination of historical tailoring and experimental... More”
“Moonfall, a series of costume masks and hats that are imaginative interpretations of what people on the moon might look like. These costumes are inspired by my longing for companionship with the moon as the days become darker. Using black and white... More”
“As an artist and maker I aim to translate my memories into design so I can turn the conceptual into something physical. I am driven by the colours and compositions found in architectural structures and arrangements, and often my work is a... More”
“A passionate fashion and textile designer engaging in impactful print and pattern concepts. Her influences derive from modern trends and sociocultural themes through the use of dynamic compositions of color, symbolic patterns and storytelling. ”