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Nobody does art and design like Sussex Coast College Hastings. We offer a fantastic mix of courses from level 1 right through to degree level, with amazing facilities for you to explore disciplines not normally found outside specialist art colleges. Our high community profile will give you the chance to get stuck into collaborative projects and show off work. Art and design students exhibit locally and nationally and have won prizes in top competitions, including D&AD and YCN. One of the secrets of our brilliant success is the huge variety of nationally and internationally renowned artists and specialists who teach our courses. Our staff provide top-quality expertise as well as a real link to what’s taking place in the industry. The creative sector in the UK is buzzing – and Sussex Coast College Hastings is the place to start making the most of it.

FEE FREEZE! 2012 prices on all courses* *

Excludes L3+ provision for learners aged 24+ who take out a loan for their training.

Listed fees indicate the full cost of the course*. However, some courses show a little number next to the fee (e.g. £2001). This number means you may be eligible for reduced fees. *Please see 24+ section below. You can check your eligible for reduced fees by: • referring to the booklet you received in your pack (pictured right) • looking on our website at www.sussexcoast.ac.uk/ptfees • contacting our Student Advisors on 01424 458465 or emailing them at info@sussexcoast.ac.uk Please note: Due to the significant changes in government financing this year, if you are aged 24+ when you start studying a level 3 or higher course, the government will no longer fund your course. However, you will be eligible to apply for a 24+ Advanced Learning Loan. icon indicates courses that are eligible for this Loan. These courses may have a higher fee than stated due to changes in government funding. This would be payable back once your annual income is above £21,000 per annum. Visit www.gov.uk/advanced-learning-loans/overview or contact our Student Services team on 01424 458465 for more information. 24+

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Junior Art

GCE AS Art and Design: Fine Art

GCE A2 Art and Design: Fine Art

Code: 13037 Start date: 28/09/2013 Time: 10am - 12noon Duration: 10 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £25

Code: 9872 Start date: 26/09/2013 Time: 6 - 9pm Duration: 30 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £360 1/5/6

Code: 13018 Start date: 26/09/2013 Time: 6 - 9pm Duration: 30 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £360 1/5/6

Junior Art offers an exciting range of visual arts-based activities for 11-16 year-olds. Under expert tuition, you will explore fun and exciting topics such as painting, print, digital media, ceramics, drawing, collage and more. You’ll produce a range of work, which will be exhibited in the School of Art Summer Show.

This course is for those with a basic knowledge of art, who would like to develop their skills and knowledge. Achieve a thorough understanding of processes including drawing, colour, design and composition, and explore historical and contextual aspects of art and design.

This course also runs on: Start date: 18/01/2014 Course code: 13038

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You will have the opportunity to work in a wide variety of media with a focus on building strong basic skills such as observational drawing. You will also produce a personal study project.

Start date: 26/04/2014 Course code: 13039

Diploma in Foundation Studies – Art and Design

FdA Fine Art Contemporary Practice

Code: 2583 Start date: 19/09/2013 Time: 9.30am - 4.30pm Duration: 34 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £615 1/5/6/7

Code: 2491 Start date: 30/09/2013 Time: 1½ days a week Duration: 4 years Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £3500

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A pre-degree programme integrated with the full-time study programme. You will explore a number of creative practices and theories, while being challenged to design and develop your work. There are many opportunities to experience a range of workshops across the disciplines of craft, fine art and design. You’ll be required to attend two days a week.

This course offers a broad insight to painting, sculpture, printmaking and installation/film. All practical work will be supported by cultural and critical studies and preparation for further development. All of the lecturers are practising artists, and the student experience is enriched by a dynamic visiting lecturer programme by artists both national and international. There are also overseas trips to places such as New York, Amsterdam, Prague and Istanbul.

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This course is for those with a basic knowledge of art, who would like to develop their skills and knowledge. Achieve a thorough understanding of processes including drawing, colour, design and composition, and explore historical and contextual aspects of art and design. You will have the opportunity to work in a wide variety of media with a focus on building strong basic skills such as observational drawing. You will also produce a personal study project.

Native American Style Beadweaving on a Loom NEW Code: 14977 Start date: 11/09/2013 Time: 6 - 8.30pm Duration: 3 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £50 Design and create your own bracelets and necklaces using a traditional loom. This is a fast and easy way to make beautiful beadwork jewellery. Looms and beads can be bought for £10 at the start of the course.

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Beadweaving: Making a Beaded Brick Stitch Purse NEW

Beadweaving: Making Jewellery in Peyote Stitch with Seed Beads NEW

Code: 14979 Start date: 06/11/2013 Time: 6 - 8.30pm Duration: 4 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £80

Code: 14982 Start date: 23/04/2014 Time: 6 - 8.30pm Duration: 5 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £80

Design and make a stunning beaded neck purse entirely out of seed beads. Suitable for beginners and those with a little experience.

Once you have mastered the basics, this stitch can be adapted to create subtle/statement pieces of jewellery and small objects.

All materials required can be bought from the tutor for approximately £6.

All materials required can be bought at cost from the tutor.

NCFE Level 3 in Creative Craft (Ceramics)

FdA Contemporary Crafts Practice

Digital Design

Code: 13513 Start date: 18/09/2013 Time: 3 - 7pm Duration: 30 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £415

Code: 2485 Start date: 30/09/2013 Time: 1½ days a week Duration: 4 years Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £3500

Code: 13082 Start date: 23/09/2013 Time: 6 - 8.30pm Duration: 10 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £120

Contemporary crafts is a diverse and exciting industry which encourages creativity by engaging with materials and processes. You will study areas of craft including ceramics, textiles, metal, printing processes, computeraided design, mould making, plastic and glass. Supporting your practical work are practice-led research and cultural and critical studies, which develop self-management and skills necessary for employment.

This course has been designed to give you an initial introduction into a variety of visual software packages, including InDesign, Illustrator and web-design software such as Dreamweaver. It will help you understand the basic functions of the software and provide you with useful tips and tricks to use within these packages.

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This course will develop your ceramic techniques, allowing you to work on your practical skills while building a portfolio for a qualification. Covering various aspects of the ceramics craft you will receive specialist tutor input, with access to our brilliant practical workshops.

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Ceramics Summer School Code: 13049 Start date: 14/07/2014 Time: 9.30am - 3pm Duration: 5 days Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £145 You will have a very productive week when you will produce a selection of work in our ceramics studio. We will cover basic ceramic skills such as coiling, slab building and modelling, using these to produce a range of finished pieces. Your tutor will guide you and provide demonstrations in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Knowledgeable students will benefit from the resources and specialist input, while new students will learn techniques to set them on their way. Please note: you will need to cover the cost of relevant materials.

This course also runs on: Start date: 13/01/2014 Course code: 13083


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Drawing and Painting

Drawing and Painting Summer School

Dry-Point Etching

Code: 13057 Start date: 27/09/2013 Time: 1.30 - 4.30pm Duration: 10 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £135

Code: 13048 Start date: 14/07/2014 Time: 9.30am - 3pm Duration: 5 days Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £130

Code: 13090 Start date: 05/11/2013 Time: 6.30 - 8.30pm Duration: 5 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £55

Experience a range of approaches to drawing and painting, including life, still-life and your imagination. You will use oil paints, charcoal and collage. Beginners and experienced people welcome. Please note that you will be asked to provide relevant materials, which can be purchased at Plaza Art Supplies at a discounted rate.

Understand the challenges of painting and drawing using your own work as a starting point during this week-long Summer School. On this course, you will have the option of life drawing and painting.

An introduction to dry-point etching using the etching press. Dry-point is a technique whereby lines are carved into a flat surface, allowing you to create detailed images. During this course you’ll learn a number of skills and techniques with our specialist tutor. You’ll need to supply papers, drawing tools, etching plates, white spirit and tape. Most of these can be purchased in Plaza Art Supplies at a discounted rate.

Please note that you will be asked to provide relevant materials.

This course also runs on: Start date: 13/12/2013 Course code: 13058 Start date: 14/03/2014 Course code: 13059

Dyeing and Printing on Fabric NEW

Etching Summer School

Felt Making NEW

Code: 14978 Start date: 02/10/2013 Time: 6 - 8.30pm Duration: 4 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £65

Code: 14355 Start date: 08/07/2014 Time: 9.30am - 3pm Duration: 5 days Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £145

Code: 14981 Start date: 26/02/2014 Time: 6 - 8.30pm Duration: 3 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £55

Create patterned fabrics using dyes, print blocks, stencils and silk screens. All equipment and basic materials are supplied, and most techniques can be used at home once the basics are mastered. You will also be shown how to make your fabrics into purses, bags and cushions.

This course will start from the ground up! Learn how master etchers such as Rembrandt used acids and metal plates to produce brilliant prints. Explore dry-point etching, the use of copper sulphate and advanced techniques. Printing paper and extra (non-demo) plates are not included in the course fee but can be purchased from Plaza Art Supplies.

This is an introductory course to wet felt making. Make multi coloured felt pieces, felt balls, bowls and jewellery. It is suitable for beginners and those with a little experience. Equipment and materials supplied.

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OPENING TIMES Mon, Tues, Thurs: Weds, Fri: Sat, Sun: Location: Open to the public

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8.30am - 4.30pm 8.30am - 3.30pm Closed Station Plaza campus


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Introduction to Glass Fusing

Introduction to Jewellery Making

Jewellery Open Workshop

Code: 13078 Start date: 28/11/2013 Time: 6.30 - 8.30pm Duration: 2 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £25

Code: 13072 Start date: 25/09/2013 Time: 6.30 - 8.30pm Duration: 10 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £135

Code: 13076 Start date: 11/12/2013 Time: 6.30 - 8.30pm Duration: 10 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £135

Do you want a quick introduction to the art of glass fusing? Learn basic skills such as fusing and slumping glass and impress with the beautiful pieces you create. This short course is suitable for beginners and those with experience in glasswork.

An exciting course on the techniques used for adding texture and colour to jewellery. Explore embossing, etching, roller-texturing, basic enamelling and achieving patinas through heat and chemicals. You will be encouraged to design and produce your own work, using texture and colour processes.

This open studio class for jewellery, small metalwork and enamel is open to everyone. The studio is equipped with a wide range of jewellery and small metalwork tools, and students will be encouraged to produce and design work through a variety of techniques.

General materials and tools supplied (except for silver and stones). A list of useful suppliers and equipment will be provided on enrolment.

General materials and tools supplied (except for silver and stones). A list of useful suppliers and equipment will be provided on enrolment.

Please note: you will need to cover the cost of relevant materials. This course also runs on: Start date: 20/03/2014 Course code: 14976

This course also runs on: Start date: 12/03/2014 Course code: 13077

NCFE Level 2 in Creative Craft (Jewellery)

Jewellery Summer School

Life Drawing and Painting

Code: 9884 Start date: 24/09/2013 Time: 6 - 9pm Duration: 20 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £245 1/4/6/7

Code: 13047 Start date: 14/07/2014 Time: 9.30am - 3pm Duration: 5 days Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £145

Code: 13054 Start date: 25/09/2013 Time: 6.30 - 8.30pm Duration: 10 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £125

Working with metals, you will learn a range of jewellery techniques and making skills. You will learn practical skills in developing personal ideas and creating unique artefacts, having the opportunity to exhibit your work, building up a portfolio and gaining a level 2 qualification on completion. To complete this course you’ll study an enterprise unit, which is part of the main programme. Upon successful completion, you will gain a level 2 qualification.

This course will introduce you to a variety of techniques within the small metals area. Held in the light, spacious studios at Station Plaza, this course is an opportunity to immerse yourself in jewellery making under expert tuition. Using metals, you will develop and design jewellery and acquire new skills with input from professional jewellers.

Develop your own style starting with analytic and objective drawing and moving on to explore the expressive range of life drawing and painting. Please note that you will need to provide relevant materials, which can be bought at Plaza Art Supplies at a discounted rate.

This course also includes a visit to a gallery.

Please note: you will need to cover the cost of relevant materials.

This course also runs on: Start date: 11/12/2013 Course code: 13055 Start date: 12/03/2014 Course code: 13056

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Millinery

Millinery Summer School

Monoprinting

Code: 13079 Start date: 25/09/2013 Time: 6.30 - 8.30pm Duration: 8 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £80

Code: 13050 Start date: 14/07/2014 Time: 9.30am - 3pm Duration: 5 days Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £145

Code: 13091 Start date: 26/09/2013 Time: 6.30 - 8.30pm Duration: 5 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £55

You’ll learn basic millinery skills and develop your own design in sinamay (stiffened millinery fabric), adding trimmings such as feathers, beads, veiling, etc. You will also need a basic sewing kit including fabric scissors, milliner’s straw needles, a cotton tea towel, glass-headed pins and a tape measure. Materials you’ll need to provide include sinamay, polyester thread, cotton covered millinery wire, PVA glue and trimmings for your design.

You’ll learn basic millinery skills and develop your own design in sinamay (stiffened millinery fabric), adding trimmings such as feathers, beads, veiling, etc. You will also need a basic sewing kit including fabric scissors, milliner’s straw needles, a cotton tea towel, glass-headed pins and a tape measure. Materials you’ll need to provide include sinamay, polyester thread, cotton covered millinery wire, PVA glue and trimmings for your design.

This course is a great introduction to the printmaking process. Monoprints are unique prints for which a variety of materials and techniques can be used, making this a lively and experimental process. The beauty of this course is in its spontaneity and combination of printmaking, painting and drawing. You’ll need to supply paper, drawing tools, acetate, white spirit and tape. Most of these can be purchased at Plaza Art Supplies at a discounted rate.

Approximate materials cost is £25. A list of materials and suppliers will be provided.

Approximate materials cost is £25. A list of materials and suppliers will be provided.

Pattern Cutting and Dressmaking

Photography Leisure

Photoshop

Code: 13040 Start date: 24/09/2013 Time: 6 - 8pm Duration: 10 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £125

Code: 13085 Start date: 23/09/2013 Time: 6.30 - 8.30pm Duration: 10 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £135

Code: 13043 Start date: 24/09/2013 Time: 6 - 8pm Duration: 10 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £80

Design and make clothes to your own measurements, whatever your ability. Style and cut will be discussed to find the most flattering fit for each person. A combination of quick solutions and couture techniques will be shown to ensure the finish is as perfect as the fit. Please note that you will be asked to provide relevant materials.

Explore photography from the pinhole to the digital camera. This course will teach you to build your own pinhole camera, darkroom techniques, 35mm black and white photography, using a digital camera and an introduction to Photoshop.

Achieve amazing results using Adobe Photoshop, the professional imageediting software. Learn how to use the entire tool set from the ground up, plus techniques for montage, special effects, painting, retouching, filtering and colour correction.

This course also runs on: Start date: 10/12/2013 Course code: 13041 Start date: 11/03/2014 Course code: 13042

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It is advisable to have access to CS4 – CS6 to practise on between sessions. This course also runs on: Start date: 10/12/2013 Course code: 13044 Start date: 11/03/2014 Course code: 13045


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GCE AS Art and Design: Photography

GCE A2 Art and Design: Photography

Patchwork and Quilting for Beginners NEW

Code: 9871 Start date: 25/09/2013 Time: 6 - 9pm Duration: 30 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £360 1/5/6

Code: 13017 Start date: 25/09/2013 Time: 6 - 9pm Duration: 30 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £360 1/5/6

Code: 14980 Start date: 08/01/2014 Time: 6 - 8.30pm Duration: 5 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £80

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Taking quality photographs is more than just luck – it requires skill and passion. Explore traditional and digital photography and be creative as you develop your projects. The course covers use of SLR/digital cameras, studio techniques, developing black and white film, darkroom skills, digital imaging and Photoshop. You will also explore the work of famous/historical photographers. Trips to galleries and exhibitions are an integral part of the course.

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Taking quality photographs is more than just luck – it requires skill and passion. Explore traditional and digital photography and be creative as you develop your projects. The course covers use of SLR/digital cameras, studio techniques, developing black and white film, darkroom skills, digital imaging and Photoshop. You will also explore the work of famous/historical photographers. Trips to galleries and exhibitions are an integral part of the course.

Try your hand at making traditional and modern patchwork and quilting patterns by hand and on a sewing machine. This is a great way to use hand dyed and printed fabrics to make objects ranging from a pin cushion to a bedspread. Equipment and some fabric supplied.

This course is designed for students currently holding an AS qualification in Photography.

Pottery (Morning)

Pottery (Afternoon)

Pottery (Evening)

Code: 13063 Start date: 27/09/2013 Time: 9.30am - 12.30pm Duration: 10 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £155

Code: 13064 Start date: 27/09/2013 Time: 1.30 - 4.30pm Duration: 10 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £155

Code: 13069 Start date: 26/09/2013 Time: 6.30 - 8.30pm Duration: 10 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £135

Explore different ceramic techniques and create your own pottery. You will learn hand-building methods, mould making, casting and throwing on electric wheels. Glazes are applied through spraying, painting or ceramic transfers.

Explore different ceramic techniques and create your own pottery. You will learn hand-building methods, mould making, casting and throwing on electric wheels. Glazes are applied through spraying, painting or ceramic transfers.

Explore different ceramic techniques and create your own pottery. You will learn hand-building methods, mould making, casting and throwing on electric wheels. Glazes are applied through spraying, painting or ceramic transfers.

Please note: you will need to cover the cost of materials.

Please note: you will need to cover the cost of materials.

Please note: you will need to cover the cost of materials.

This course also runs on: Start date: 13/12/2013 Course code: 13065

This course also runs on: Start date: 13/12/2013 Course code: 13066

This course also runs on: Start date: 09/01/2014 Course code: 13070

Start date: 14/03/2014 Course code: 13067

Start date: 14/03/2014 Course code: 13068

Start date: 13/03/2014 Course code: 13071 All information correct at time of print


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Screenprinting Summer School

Screenprinting/ Monoprinting

GCE AS Art and Design: Textiles

Code: 13046 Start date: 14/07/2014 Time: 9.30am - 3pm Duration: 5 days Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £145

Code: 13051 Start date: 27/09/2013 Time: 9.30am - 2pm Duration: 10 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £295

Code: 9867 Start date: 26/09/2013 Time: 6 - 9pm Duration: 30 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £360 1/5/6

Discover the possibilities of print for creating multiple images. If you are comfortable drawing or painting, then you are likely to find this week-long print-making course rewarding. If you are a returning student you will be offered the option of full colour from day one; if you are a new student you will work closely with our specialist practitioner, acquiring new skills.

Explore printing techniques in order to create multiple images. You will start with monoprint and screenprint, as made popular by Warhol, and then work in the technique of your choice. You’ll need to buy paper, acetate, tape, drawing tools and white spirit, which can be bought at Plaza Art Supplies at a discounted rate.

Designed for those with an interest in textiles, surfaces and materials, this course focuses on processes and practical application; learn by doing. Areas covered in the course include fashion, printed and/or dyed fabric and materials, interior design, textile installation, constructed textiles and domestic textiles. Through research, study, drawing, design development and final design, you will explore a wide range of textile techniques and develop an understanding of the world of textiles and visual arts.

Please note: you will need to provide relevant materials.

This course also runs on: Start date: 10/01/2014 Course code: 13052 Start date: 18/04/2014 Course code: 13053

GCE A2 Art and Design: Textiles

Creative Expression in Watercolour

Code: 13019 Start date: 26/09/2013 Time: 6 - 9pm Duration: 30 weeks Campus: Station Plaza Fee: £360 1/5/6

Code: 13060 Start date: 26/09/2013 Time: 2 - 4pm Duration: 10 weeks Campus: Holy Redeemer* Fee: £100

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This course is designed for students currently holding an AS qualification in Textiles. This course focuses on processes and practical application; learn by doing. Areas covered in the course include fashion, printed and/or dyed fabric and materials, interior design, textile installation, constructed textiles and domestic textiles. Through research, study, drawing, design development and final design, you will explore a wide range of textile techniques and develop an understanding of the world of textiles and visual arts.

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Create a masterpiece you will want to hang on the wall. Learn techniques such as: scraping, sponging, waxing and masking, spattering, stippling, blushing and sanding, with guidance every step of the way. Please note: you will need to provide the relevant materials. This course also runs on: Start date: 16/01/2014 Course code: 13061 Start date: 24/04/2014 Course code: 13062

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