You will be asked to provide a portfolio of previous and current artwork at interview. Uniform: You will need a washable apron and an old shirt to wear during practical projects. Avoid wearing your best shoes or trainers!
Your kit list is:
A plastic toolbox – to store your art materials (please stick to rectangle toolboxes, not square storage boxes, as these don’t fit on our storage shelves). Max size: 40cm(L) x 21cm(W) x 20cm(H)
Derwent pencil set – set of 12 Graphic Medium (6B – 4H)
Glue stick (Pritt Stick)
A selection of black & coloured fine liners
Watercolour set – palette or tubes depending on your preference (especially white)
Acrylic paint starter set (primary colours), A selection of pointed paint brushes – small, medium, large
USB SD Card reader, SD card (16Gb or larger)
Eraser, Pencil sharpener, Scissors for cutting paper
A basic sewing set – with pins, needles, small scissors and threads (can be sourced at pound shops)
Something to use as a water pot, a plastic cup or empty yoghurt pot or a small dessert ramekin dish, this will need to fit in your toolbox for storage
Optional ‘extras’: Posca Pen set, Dressmaking pins, Car wash sponge.
You are expected to keep these resources stocked up.
All Art & Design Students to pay an additional Studio Charge at Enrolment – this covers materials used in their exploratory lessons: paper, paint, ink, fabric, fabric dye, clay, wire, plaster etc.
Please note: Additional costs for materials may be required for all final outcomes and FMP’s or additional materials may need to be supplied by the student.