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Fashion and textile studios

The Fashion and Textile program is run out of two dedicated studio spaces, as well as specialised work areas for screen printing, dyeing and fabric manipulation processes.

The majority of classes are taught at our central fashion studio, which is equipped with cutting tables, domestic and industrial sewing machines, overlockers and dressmaking stands. Dedicated studio spaces are provided for third-year majors to ensure their research and body of work can be developed with direct and ongoing feedback from staff and peers. Students are able to gain after hours access to these facilities.

Students can also access print and computer facilities located adjacent to the main teaching studio to develop contextual video and photographic work for their projects.

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