OUR Year 12 Fashion and Textiles students were invited to participate in an online workshop delivered by Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) Lecturer, Laura Spinola, just before half term.
The workshop, entitled ‘Fashion Forms: The Relationship between 2D and 3D’, saw pupils challenging their own perception of the 3D form by using shapes as a tool to explore design details and develop creative silhouettes.
Alison Rhodes, Director of Art at King’s Ely, said: “Connecting and combining 2D and 3D idea generation supported the visualisation of design ideas and inspired further idea development within current project work.
“The workshop also offered opportunities to explore degree course options as well as career routes. It was a valuable session to create evidence to use within the current digital portfolios that students are developing for forthcoming University applications.”