ADDM: Final Exhibition 2015


We are very excited to extend a personal invitation to you, to this year’s Wiltshire College Trowbridge Art Design and Digital Media Event and Exhibition.

It’s been yet another stunningly successful year for all our learners.

This year’s winning Visual Communications Poster and invitation design is by Naina Thadar Magar who is progressing to London College of Communication to study Interactive Design.

We are all very proud of our progressing learners and it gives all the staff team immense pleasure to see our graduating cohorts again secure first choice places at some of the UK’s most prestigious and celebrated Creative Arts Institutions including: Central St. Martins, Kingston University, Glasgow School of Art, Chelsea College of Art, Brighton University as well as the Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam.

On behalf of the staff team within the School of Creative Studies Wiltshire College Trowbridge we very much look forward to hosting your visit to this year’s Private View:

Tuesday 9 June 2015 1900 – 2100

Iford and Kennet Buildings  

Wiltshire College Trowbridge

College Road 



BA14 0ES

A few of our learners reflect their personal experience across our range of our Creative Studies programmes …

‘Foundation is not just a pathway to University, it is a life changing experience. The course enables you to not only discover and explore your artistic passions but to also discover yourself.’Hatti Rees, Foundation Art and Design. Destination: Fashion Design Womenswear, Central St. Martins


 ‘Btec Level 3 Art and Design has helped me develop and strengthen my skills, in not only my chosen subject area but even areas that I was not able to try prior to joining this course. For example Fashion & Textiles and even Life Drawing. Thanks to my specialist tutors, my experience has also helped me discover my passion for Photography and has given me a much clearer image of the career path that I want to take after attending University.”Peter Arnold, Btec Level 3 Extended Diploma in Art & Design. Destination: Photography, Plymouth College of Art.

“I came here at the age of 24 and I’ve had the time of my life and never felt this way before. The TV & Film course has taught me the skills to be the Filmmaker I always dreamed of being and it has opened up the doors for me to a really exciting career”Adam Scott, Btec Level 3 Extended Diploma in TV & Film. Destination: BA Film Production, Southampton Solent University.


“The last two years couldn’t have been better! The Games Development course didn’t only teach me the skills that I need to progress further, but also helped strengthen my existing skills to the point where a prestigious company in the Games Industry approached me for an interview. Various Universities also recognised the standard and quality of my work and thanks to the support I received directly from my course tutors – I received five offers from all my University choices. The course has definitely helped me prepare for life after College whether it was just helping with my application to University, student finance or guidance within specialist industry practice”.Rhys Stainer, Btec Level 3 Extended Diploma in Games Development. Destination: Spoilt for choice