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Undergraduate tattooing course announced at Kingston College

Undergraduate tattooing course announced at Kingston College

Kingston college has announced a tattoo artistry course for students starting in 2017/18 in effort to respond to the demands of their student body. The course was developed to provide an alternative to the shorter classes available and enhance employment opportunities for those wanting to go down that specific career path. Catherine Howett, head of … Continue reading

Kingston’s fine art students literally ‘bring their work to life’ in coursework exhibition

Kingston’s fine art students literally ‘bring their work to life’ in coursework exhibition

Kingston University’s fine art students ventured across London last Friday to show off a unique performance piece, creating an unorthodox public exhibition. In effort to bring her work to life, student Caitlin Reilly wore an entire bodysuit created with colourful stuffing and oil paint, becoming a walking work of art. “The most interesting thing was the reactions. People … Continue reading

Kingston based ceramics business goes national

Kingston based ceramics business goes national

Two women from Kingston launched their own ceramics business, selling exclusively handmade products in shops throughout the UK. Cressida Borrett and Charlotte Stockley co-founded, “Glorious Mud Ceramics,” where they hand-design and hand-make a variety of contemporary, creative and quirky ceramics. Having years experience in ceramics between the two, Borrett says, “It [Glorious Mud] has grown … Continue reading

Tattoo exhibition brings new blood to Kingston Museum

Tattoo exhibition brings new blood to Kingston Museum

Local art lovers rejoiced as the Kingston museum unveiled a brand new tattooing exhibition this month, bringing flocks of young people through their gates. ‘Ink in Kingston’ aims to showcase aesthetically pleasing tattoo designs to celebrate the borough’s tattooing culture, and this has already drawn in an unexpectedly large audience of young adults. “We’ve had a lot … Continue reading