Join OCA tutor Priscilla Edwards on 2 March in London.
Join OCA tutor Wendy McMurdo on 2 March in Edinburgh.
This weekend workshop will be focused on a multidisciplinary approach to landscape and place. Students will create visual work in response to the previous day’s experiences through discussion and advice and explore ideas using creative materials including photography and collage. Each student will have an opportunity to display work in a pop up exhibition/crit.
Join drawing and painting tutor Bryan Eccleshall at Tate Modern on Saturday March 23 to see the Pierre Bonnard retrospective ‘The Colour of Memory’.
Join OCA tutor Jayne Taylor on the 12 January at the Wellcome Collection.
Join photographer Paul Hill on the 6 April in Birmingham in the library.
The overall aim of this weekend is to bring together textiles students from across the UK and further afield to focus on practice, critical thinking, a critical evaluation and the impact on the standards of student work. Join OCA tutors Rebecca Fairley and Neil Musson in Bristol on the 9 and 10.
Join OCA tutor, artist, and Moving Image Unit Leader (Fact + Fiction) Ruth Maclennan on Saturday 15 December at Tintype Gallery in London.
The next OCA North will be held on Saturday 17 November 2018 in Halifax, West Yorkshire. OCA tutor and Programme Leader Rebecca Fairley will be facilitating the day.
Critical thinking skills are vital if you are going to be successful in your undergraduate studies but organising your thoughts in this way can feel confusing and mysterious. From the conversations I have had with many of you on the textile’s forum and with my individual students it is clear that lots of you desire more support and guidance. What I also picked up is that there is a feeling you need a safe place to ask questions and voice your concerns. Therefore, during this coming November, I will be leading 3 online study workshops for textiles students based around the critical thinking skills required for degree level study.
Interested in attending Hull International Photography Festival this weekend 13 October? Join OCA tutor Les Monaghan.
There is a fantastic opportunity for a limited number of students to enjoy a curator hosted visit to Chloe Dewe Mathew’s In Search of Frankenstein exhibition, find out more about how a leading photography gallery works with artists, and receive feedback on their own work as part of a group portfolio review session lead by Anne McNeill and Dr Pippa Oldfield from Impressions.