Are you interested in the potential for creative disciplines to come together in exciting new ways? Have you ever considered using sound or music in your work, or perhaps created visual pieces that resonate with music in some way? Or perhaps you are a composer, who has thought about how your compositions might be informed and extended through other approaches.
Come and see what you can be part of!
On a very busy Saturday in Cambridge five students and I visited several locations to see work in a variety of contexts.
Our practical session was centred on ideas generation and how to generate multiple visual experiments from a single starting point. Taking a crumpled piece of A4 paper as our subject, we first drew its form, then experimented with scale and composition.
This study visit brought together three very different gallery spaces, each with their own structure and agenda and a variety of work from emerging and established artists. There is value in exploring the many ways that artwork is seen, we can become more aware of the journeys that artists take and the way a practice can develop through public presentation of work.
OCA’s Programme leader for Fine Art Caroline Wright reviews a recently led study visit to Going Public in Sheffield.
Nine OCA students from photography, textiles, drawing and painting joined me in Norwich on 5th September for a study visit to see and discuss three diverse exhibitions. Starting at Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery and finishing at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts.
Tutor and MA Course Leader Caroline Wright will be taking her performance Out of Water to Edinburgh Fringe this year and is looking for people to take part.
OCA’s MA Fine Art is now in its fourth year and it is pleasing and exciting to see students exhibiting their work regularly. Jilliene Sellner is currently at the end of her first year of study.