OCA’s Kimberley Foster has an upcoming exhibition ‘You and I are discontinuous beings’ – an exhibition to celebrate the publication and launch of ‘Collective and Collaborative Drawing on Contemporary Practice: Drawing Conversations’ in which Kimberley has written a chapter.
The March assessment results are almost in and for some students it marks the end of their degree level study with the Open College of the Arts. For those wishing to continue forward and for other artists and practitioners wanting to pursue postgraduate education, OCA’s MA Fine Art is a three-year, part-time programme offering students academic challenge and innovative delivery.
“I am naming and shaming myself as I am rather far behind but rather than give up I am using this post to both show what I’ve been up to and to spur myself on and anyone else struggling with projects to keep at it!”
OCA Moving Image Programme Leader and tutor, Matt White, is delighted to announce that the premiere of his latest film, The Tick and The Bomb will take place at the Wales International Documentary Film Festival on the 17 April, 2018.
OCA’s Programme Leader for Music – Carla Rees has been busy…
Join OCA textiles tutor Priscilla Edwards at Manchester Art Gallery on the 5 May.
As part of her Exploring Drawing Media course OCA student Susan Askew is asking for your help in fulfilling her project idea for the exercise to draw a line in a space so that it impacts on the space.
Join OCA tutor Polly Harvey on Saturday 19 May in Bordon, Hampshire.
The first meeting of the London Group will be held on Saturday 14 April 2018, starting at 10.00am and finishing at 16.30pm This interactive day will be led by Fine Art Programme leader Caroline Wright.
Join OCA tutor Priscilla Jones on the 3 and 4 March in London. On Saturday we will visit Embellishment in Fashion at the Royal School of Needlework and on Sunday we will take in the Spring Knitting and Stitching Show at the Olympia.
OCA Writing Skills and Scriptwriting tutor Guy Mankowski’s novel ‘An Honest Deceit’ has been chosen as a New Writing North Read Regional 2018 title. As a part of this scheme he will be undertaking talks, library events and book groups across the North of England.
We have 100 hardcopy versions of this issue to give away, just email Course Support with your name, student number and postal address by the 5 January.