Llewellyn Thomas

Course Leader Further Education, UCA Farnham

Academic, School of Further Education

Llewellyn leads the pre-degree courses at UCA Farnham. He is a committed educator within the field of art and design. He has had a long and successful career as a writer, researcher, maker and curator. His subject expertise is recognised to be of a very high level across a broad range of specialisms

Trained originally as an historian, Llewellyn built up a strong profile as an expert in the 19th century arts and crafts movement - both in artifacts and architecture. He taught design and craft history at the University of East London. He has built up a successful portfolio of achievements, engaging with large projects leading teams to make public art projects, founding the Danby Press to publish his own and others design ideas.

Llewellyn has led courses at further and higher educational levels during the last 30 years in illustration, graphic design, interactive multimedia, art, design and craft.

At the forefront of the art and design community, Llewellyn has been awarded Membership of the Art Workers Guild. Taught by some of the greats including typographer Bertold Wolpe RDI, painter Sir Roger De Gray PRA and sculptor Edwin Russell RBS, many of his own students are now in leadership positions in art and design.

Professional Membership, Affiliation and Consultancy

Professional Membership, Affiliation and Consultancy:

  • Member of the Art Workers Guild.