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    MFA year one reflections

    Posted on 3rd November 2022

    As she heads into her second year on the MFA programme, Chantal New reflects on her experiences on the programme so far, including the significance of receiving a bursary to fund her studies.

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    The Size of a Cow

    Posted on 8th June 2022

    MFA student Philippa shares an insight into her practice and current work considering ways art and agriculture come together.

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    The Etching Press: A generous gift

    Posted on 19th June 2020

    At the beginning of 2020, we were delighted to hear about the possibility of a floor-standing etching press being donated to us. In this blog post, Fine Art Subject Leader Dr David Stent writes about the press’ connection to a member of staff, its journey to the College and being restored for use by students in the Fine Art department.

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    Student Commission and Residency at Cherryburn

    Posted on 7th May 2020

    Earlier this Spring, current Fine Art Graduate Diploma student Phoebe Connolly was awarded the prestigious Cherryburn commission and residency, supported by The National Trust and The Society of Wood Engravers. Find out more about the residency and Phoebe's work in this blog post.

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    Psychotropical: Fine Art visit to New Art Centre

    Posted on 2nd March 2020

    Last month, Fine Art students and a few staff members visited the New Art Centre, Wiltshire, as part of their Professional and Contextual Research study units. Read the blog post to find out more about their visit to the 'Psychotropics' exhibition.

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    Fine Art Visit to De La Warr Pavilion

    Posted on 26th November 2019

    Full-time Fine Art students from West Dean College of Arts and Conservation recently made a group visit to the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill-upon-Sea. David Stent, Fine Art Subject Leader, tells us all about it in this blog post.

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    Banner Culture at the British Textile Biennial 2019

    Posted on 3rd October 2019

    A banner made during a workshop at West Dean College is currently on exhibition as part of the British Textile Biennial 2019. Banner Culture presents a retrospective history of protest in the UK, from traditional processional banners from heritage collections to contemporary DIY messages from local campaign groups.

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