Plymouth College of Art

    Plymouth College of Art

    United Kingdom
    United Kingdom , Plymouth
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    Plymouth College of Art


    Established in 1856 as Plymouth School of Art, the college has since occupied a number of city-centre locations and names before settling at the site of our current undergraduate campus, Tavistock Place.

    In 2013 we established a trans-generational progressive continuum of creative learning from age three to postgraduate level study with the founding of the Plymouth School of Creative Arts in a RIBA and AJ100 award-winning building – The Red House, formally opened by Sir Nicholas Serota, Chair of Arts Council England, in 2015. In 2016 Katie Greenyer, Creative Talent & Networks Director at Pentland Brands, opened by Katie Greenyer our Palace Court campus pre-degree students aged 16 to 19-years-old.

    In 2017 Lady Frances Sorrell, Co-founder of the Sorrell Foundation and Saturday Club Trust, opened Palace Studios, our dedicated building for Foundation Diploma in Art & Design students. In the same year, the college was awarded the Social Enterprise Gold Mark for its systemic commitment to community engagement, and in 2018 we created Makers HQ, a fully commercial fashion manufacturing business with a strong social enterprise ethos, as a Community Interest Company (CIC) in partnership with Millfields Trust

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