Applicants to BA Hons Textile Art, Design and Fashion should be interested in ideas, skills, making and problem solving.You should be enthusiastic, adaptable and determined.
Our approach to textiles and fashion explores tradition and innovation in embroidery, knit, weave, print and fashion in well equipped studios and workshops.You will be able to explore textiles and fashion from an art or design perspective and the diverse and rich experience offered will ensure confidence when selecting a future career.
Clandeboye Festival showcasing Textile Art, Design and Fashion Graduates
Gemma McCorry from Style Academy who will model catwalk creations from Ulster University students at this year’s fashion show
Students and staff from the Textile Art, Design and Fashion Course were inspired by a recent visit by Freddie Robbins to the Ulster Festival
On March 10th renowned textile writer and lecturer Jessica Hemmings visited Belfast School of Art to give a presentation as a part of the Ulster...
Upcoming exhibition of wild and wonderful tea cosies in support of Marie Curie Cancer Care
A number of staff and students were able to attend tutorials, seminars and a lecture during recent visit by Sylvia Ayton MBE,
Institution Name: ULS
Institution Code: U20
UCAS Code: W232
BA Hons Textile Art, Design and Fashion. Degrees are awarded by University of Ulster.
Tutorials and critiques offer opportunities for formative assessment and feedback from academic staff and peers throughout the semester and summative, face-to-face feedback is offered at the final assessment of each module and is essential to understanding progress and success. Students in Textile Art, Design and Fashion are assessed entirely on coursework which can include research, essays, reports and reviews, presentations, sketchbooks, artwork, design projects, CAD, technical samples, experimental work, final collections and exhibited artwork.
We have dedicated studios and flexible learning spaces used for group work, seminars, talks and studio critiques. Our 5 well-equipped workshops offer students the chance to work with a wide range of domestic, industrial and cutting edge equipment. The fashion, print, knit, embroidery and weave workshops are run by technicians who are experts in their subjects and can support students to master a wide range of traditional and digital processes. Facilities include workshops for textile manipulation and fabrication, tufting machines, multiheads, sewing machines, knitting machines, laser cutter, large format screen printing for fabric and hand and electronic looms.