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Pamela Eccles

Lecturer

School of Art, Design and Fashion

Victoria Building

+44 (0) 1772 89 3377

pjeccles@uclan.ac.uk

Subject Areas: Interior Design

Pamela has worked at the University since 2005. During this time she has predominantly worked on the BA Hons Interior Design course delivering the Creative Thinking and Building Anatomy modules to first year students whilst also working with second year students developing their digital skills. She has also used her digital knowledge working with both Fashion Promotion and the 3D Design course.

Full Profile

Prior to working at UCLan, Pamela worked for an interior design company for thirteen years, based in Lancashire, where they specialised in both commercial and domestic interiors. It was whilst working there that she developed her passion for textiles and their various uses. During her spare time, she has recently been experimenting with developing her own textile art work, of which she has sold, and made, a number of commissions. 


Qualifications

MA Interior Design, University of Central Lancashire, 2007
PGCE Cert Ed, University of Central Lancashire, 2007
BA (Hons) Interior Design, University of Central Lancashire, 2005

Teaching

Management of Year group
Personal tutor
Delivery of modules inc: Creative Thinking, Building Anatomy and Drawing & Modelling techniques
Assessment
Feedback
Timetabling
Attendance Monitoring
Critique
Teaching
Open days
Assessment days
Organising study trips – UK and international

Research and projects

Exploring textile art techniques
Site specific artwork for Lancaster’s Maritime Museum
NAFA – Annual course review reports

Publications

No publications available.

Qualifications

MA Interior Design, University of Central Lancashire, 2007

PGCE Cert Ed, University of Central Lancashire, 2007

BA (Hons) Interior Design, University of Central Lancashire, 2005

Teaching

Management of Year group

Personal tutor

Delivery of modules inc:

Creative Thinking, Building Anatomy and Drawing & Modelling techniques

Assessment

Feedback

Timetabling

Attendance Monitoring

Critique

Teaching

Open days

Assessment days

Organising study trips – UK and international

Research and Projects

Exploring textile art techniques

Site specific artwork for Lancaster’s Maritime Museum

NAFA – Annual course review report