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金沙澳门 贵州大学-英国林肯大学设计交流作品展

2017-09-27    235

英国林肯大学艺术学院首席讲师——Dave Bramston带领他的艺术研究生:Steve Nash、 Sue Radic、 Paul Bowen 和 Sam Parr一行五人来到贵州大学金沙学院,与学院师生合作,进行为期10天的插画和时尚印制工作坊活动。

【工作坊内容】中国学生创作本土植物素描、 制定各种植物图案印刻方案、 将图案拓印在不同布料上、 将印有图案的布料制作成服装成品。

【改变态度】我们计划将工作坊做成一个低碳项目,在工作坊里,尽量利用有限的资源,以本土图案为设计元素,创造一个时尚文化的收集环境。通过不同文化的国际学生之间的合作,让同学们感受到设计理念和环境态度的变化。该工作坊在实际操作过程中不断尝试并使用各种加工工艺,运用各类艺术学科知识,从而打开我们的设计思维。老师与学生在学习和讨论过程中努力摆脱传统与单一的学科组教学。“改变态度”最终成为大家共同的思想,让我们在国际教学交流中感受到变幻的魅力。

MA International Design Enterprise students Steve Nash, Sue Radic, Paul Bowen and Sam Parr and Principal Lecturer Dave Bramston from the University of Lincoln collaborated on a design illustration, print and fashion workshop with Guizhou University students and staff.

The workshop involved the U.K. and Chinese students initially sketching plants in the grounds of Guizhou University and then formulating a variety of design proposals that were cut into wood. The wooden blocks were subsequently used to print various fabrics and for the construction of a clothing collection created in-house and on the street.

CHANGING ATTITUDES because the project looks to create a local street fashion collection using limited resources. It is therefore a low carbon project and reflects changing attitudes to design and the environment. In addition this the project brings diverse cultures together to work as collaborative teams and reflect changing attitudes to design. Finally the project brings mixed disciplines together and moves away from traditional practices of teaching single discipline groups. 'Changing' therefore represents our minds and our clothes.