Falmouth Creative Projects
The Creative Projects
In industry, professionals will often work on 'creative projects'. To help you prepare your Portfolio or Presentation for your interview, we've created our own Creative Projects you can respond to.
First you'll need to check what the course you're applying to requires: a Portfolio or Presentation. Once you know that, you can choose one of the Creative Projects below to base your work on.
Although your project will end in either a Portfolio or Presentation, you'll also want to write down the creative process you went through to get to your finished result. For example: what have you researched? How have you developed your ideas? Why did you choose your main idea? Our tutors love to see your thinking. It helps them gain a greater understanding of how you've responded and why you made the decisions you have.
You can record your creative process in whatever method is best for you. You might choose to develop ideas on a sheet of paper, in a sketchbook, or even write a blog.
We will be looking for evidence of:
- Research and problem solving
- Communication and presentation
- Creative content
Further guidance of the kinds of things to include in the Portfolio or Presentation are outlined below. If you still have questions please get in touch. We're always happy to help.
How to respond to the Creative Projects
Make sure you've checked the interview information for your chosen course so you know whether you need to prepare a Portfolio or Presentation in response to the Creative Projects.
If you know which one is relevant to your chosen course, select it below to read about it and then choose a Creative Project to respond to.