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Digital Kids – Make your own McQueen inspired fashion

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“The collections in the V&A never fail to intrigue and inspire me…the nation is privileged to have such a resource…it’s the sort of place I’d like to be shut in overnight.” Alexander McQueen Over the last week we have been having a lot of fun with families visiting the museum on their Easter holidays. There […]

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Samsung Digital Classroom with Oliver Lang

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Photography has never been so popular and the opportunities for people to share their work has never been greater. Powerful new mobile devices encapsulate the old photographers’ axiom of, “The best camera to use is the one you have with you”. A quick look through Instagram will show you how photographers are using the freedom […]

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Free Workshop – Digital Print for Fashion and Interior Design

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Calling all young designers! If you are thinking of starting a career or heading into further study in creative arts, a new V&A programme will help you build a portfolio, meet professionals and gain new skills to start your journey. Join us this weekend, get creative and share your ideas with us.     The […]

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Constable Digital Kids activity to do at home

Constable Digital Kids Activity for Families

As the Constable: The Making of a Master exhibition enters its final month at the Victoria & Albert Museum and with young animators and digital painters anticipating new tablets for Christmas presents; this refresh of the basic instructions for PhotoViva and PuppetPals apps from the two Constable themed families activities this term, should provide a well-timed reminder […]

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A portrait of the V&A from the modern-day Museum Photographers

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By guest blogger Kate Elliott During the Creative Photography Course at the V&A, designed and led by Kate Elliott a group of six students have spent six weeks working as Museum Photographers, to create a modern-day ‘portrait’ of the V&A. Through class discussions, practical tasks and exhibition visits, the group have explored a combination of architectural, portrait, […]

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More from the modern-day Museum Photographers

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By guest blogger Kate Elliott During the current Creative Photography Course at the V&A, designed and led by Kate Elliott, a group of students are working as Museum Photographers, to create a modern-day ‘portrait’ of the V&A. Through class discussions, practical tasks and exhibition visits, the group are exploring a combination of architectural, portrait, documentary […]

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The modern-day Museum Photographers

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By guest blogger Kate Elliott During the current Creative Photography Course at the V&A, designed and led by artist Kate Elliott, a group of six students are working as Museum Photographers, to create a modern-day ‘portrait’ of the V&A. The Museum Photographers © Kate Elliott With references to the work of Charles Thurston Thompson and […]

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Paper Playscapes

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The Elephant & Castle Mini Maker Faire  is fast approaching and we are very excited to be presenting Paper Playscapes, the winning project from our open call commission. Paper Playscapes is an open-ended installation representing a landscape in movement, one made and played collaboratively by the designers and the visitors. Its vocabulary is based on […]

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The smartphone I didn’t need, electronic waste, and art

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After the Circuits Died: Exploring electronic waste Learning Centre, Art Studio Sunday 26 October 2014 Open session: 10am – 4pm Presentation and discussion: 4pm – 5pm I never wanted to get a smartphone and was happy with my green-screened Nokia (it made calls, sent texts, and had the original Snake game on it). Until I […]

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Welcome (back) to Twin Peaks

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Surely not! After all this time, countless cups of damn good joe and plates of cherry pie, it’s happening again… David Lynch and Mark Frost‘s cult series set in the sleepy town of Twin Peaks, a place where “…a yellow light means slow down, not go faster”, is set for a return in 2016, a […]

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