OCA tutors Moira Lovell and Les Monaghan have work in Northern Light 2018, a group show at Yorkshire Artspace, Persistence Works, Sheffield.
Dan’s background is in site-specific art practice. He began using creative writing as part of his art practice, and has made prints, posters and pamphlets as part of collaborative installations, residencies and events.
As part of the #weareoca30 campaign we are having creative conversations with some of our tutors. Watch and listen to OCA Photography tutor Les Monaghan below answering questions from students.
OCA’s Kimberley Foster has a busy June ahead of her.
Congratulations also to OCA’s Angela Rogers who is in 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’ which OCA’s Kimberley Foster is also a part of.
OCA’s Programme Leader for Music – Carla Rees has been busy…
reative Writing tutor Vicky MacKenzie will be getting a dose of her own medicine in June when one of her short stories is critiqued by writer A L Kennedy in front of a live audience. This event will take place at the Byre Theatre in St Andrews on 20th June.
OCA Tutor, Helen Warburton’s latest project FEMALE FIRSTS: Women Making BAFTA History will see its first opening to the public on 14 & 15 April 2018 at the BAFTA’s headquarters, 195 Piccadilly.
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.
For many, the New Year is a time to make resolutions. These often involve responding the excess of the Christmas holiday season to eat healthily or exercise more. This may have been the time of year that you first thought about signing up for your course with OCA. A new year with new plans and goals. We asked for some ideas for creative resolutions for 2018 to make it the most productive year.
Over the past ten months, OCA Programme Leader Caroline Wright has been Artist in Residence at the Cambridge Judge Business School