Final year of 3 year BA (Hons) Fine Art degree course
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A blog detailing my time not spent in the Antarctic. www.alexpearl.co.uk http://notantarctic.blogspot.com/
distance learning degree in embroidered textiles
'Elf and Safety' issues around childrens playground equipment is officially relaxing. Thus making playing more fun….yowser! This project is about integrating art into a new exciting playground with the community of Barton.
We are a BA Fine Art programme situated in Birkenhead, Merseyside, with a strong presence amongst the HE education sector in the North West. Our course is small but vibrant with our students taking part in many professional practice activities […]
Using over 400 discarded keys to create an installation which explores our relationship with objects and our obsession with importance & status.
Projects unedited blog by Alison Kershaw
Studying Fine Art BA (hons) based on the Wirral and accredited by John Moores University, Liverpool.
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Four artists, one from the UK and three from Iran, are collaborating on a project that examines the relationship between artist, model and spectator in contemporary figurative art. The project will investigate the outcome of viewing work that has been […]
We’ve set up this blog because this project is about giving artists a voice in the Cultural Olympiad, and we want to make sure there’s a place for you (the artists!) to talk – to us and to each other, […]
This blog is about comics, narrative and medicine. The reason I've posted it on "Artists Talking" rather than, say, a comics site or a medical one, is that "graphic fiction" or "sequential art" (or whatever) is where I have found […]
A hugely versitile and experimental environment where process development and trial is constantly encouraged. The lectures host a wide range of experiences and skills, from international artists to extremely practically minded individuals. The course is spread over 3 years. Studio […]
Growing up in Liverpool in the 1960s I was surrounded by pattern. My dad was a painter and decorator and my mum was the manageress of a fabric shop. My weekends and summer holidays were spent at a caravan in […]
Fine Art (painting) is a very open course with encouragement and facilities to enable great development into various mediums. Studio space is varied with some very good spaces available.
I thought I’d do a blog just here from home. Just working away with what I do on a day to day basis. I know I will begin to shape it for audience, how that will be shaped I’m still […]
What an opportunity; I am to visit Florence and Siena for a day each in early June. Is it possible to find an artist or artists with whom I could collaborate on a public interaction or intervention in 2 beautiful […]
I went to a meeting the other night about the Artist’s open studio trail for the next Bollington Festival in May 2009. Bollington is the town in Cheshire where I live. This is largely to chart the development of my […]
Projects unedited blog by Rebecca McKnight
Blog reporting on the run-up to my first solo exhibition Brief Encounter, an exploration of the intensification and acceleration of social exchanges and activities across world-time and space-time.
I currently have a Foundation Degree in Fine Art and will now study for 1 year to achieve the B.A ( Hons) Fine Art.
This summer term I will be working in collaboration with artist Faga Cooper Keeble on a project that questions the integrity of emotions within an educational setting. We hope to enlist a group of pupils from a North London boys […]
BH Fine Art Degree.