Creative Arts


Ben Dolman

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University Teacher in Creative Digital Technologies

Ben's background is in fine art practice specialising in painting, but over the past two decade he has moved into creative digital technologies and, most recently, photography. He is an experimentalist covering diverse areas from photographic imaging, web design, video to 2/3D drawing & modelling that are not sited within a particular specialism, but work with a wider remit of the creative industries and other academic subjects outside the humanities.

Ben currently teaches creative digital technologies to Graphic Communication, and Illustration Textiles and Fine Art undergraduate programmes in the School.

SAA801 Visual Research in Practice

SAA612 Design Development for Textiles

SAA802 Visual Methods in Practice

SAA613 Textiles: Process and Exploration

SAB114 Locating Fine Art Practice

SAB115 Reflective Fine Art Practice

SAB621 Materials, Processes and Conceptual Application

SAB804 Locating Practice: Interpreting Environments and Audiences

SAC807 Synergising Directions in Graphic Communication and Illustration Practice

SAC808 Industrial Intelligence in Graphic Communication and Illustration Practice

SAC633 Textiles: Innovation, Exploration and Invention

Ben has a degree in Fine Art and a MA in Photograph. Ben's current scholarship is based in the Studio of Light where a team of academics and researchers are investigating the use of noble metals in traditional photographic printing and other alternative hybrid analogue/digital imaging processes.

Studio of Light 

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