‘Don’t spend any time trying to be original if you want your film or television script to get noticed by producers.’ OCA tutor James Richards told it to them straight at last Saturday’s scriptwriting workshop at the Ilkley Literature Festival…
Chloe enjoys making work with a theme in mind, she finds it motivating, inspiring, and there is a narrative in her work combining sound, image, and text. She has been exploring this as she progresses through the course.
- I don’t know. The weave of textile language – is a major exhibition at London’s Whitechapel Gallery of the work Richard Tuttle. Join Clare on the 7 December.
Plot and story are different things, albeit sometimes difficult to pull apart. In fact, in a well-plotted novel it should be damn-near impossible to separate them, because good plotting intricately intertwines its underlying stories into an almost invisibly woven fabric.
OCA’s Jane Horton looks at the work of Textiles 1 student Annette Bruton.
Making art work can be a fragile enough thing that needing to get something out or pack something away can be enough to destroy it. For some people, walking or being somewhere else is key to unlocking creative thinking, and so too can a degree of displacement and foreignness be exhilarating and inspiring, but for most people ‘a room of one’s own’ is still a basic requirement.