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Jerwood Drawing Prize 2015

Join Bryan on the 19 September at the Jerwood Space in London to discuss the piece he has had selected and other works in the show.

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Drawing Biennial: Commentary

Katharine Stout – co-founder and director of The Drawing Room – recently gave a talk accompanying the 2015 Drawing Biennial, Bryan provides a useful commentary on the same.

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In Praise of the Happy Accident

A characteristic of art practice is the possibility that the unexpected will be incorporated into it. Artists make connections and use their work to explore the world and not to just display it or their skill in representing it. In this way what we’re all doing is researching.

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Evaluation

Bryan’s final instalment in his blog series on exhibiting.

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The Learning Log

A student’s Learning Log, in whatever form, is an important feature of the OCA learning experience but can be a tricky thing to get right. Over the past few years I’ve had several conversations with students about the best way to approach it.This article has been written to start a conversation about how you might get the most from writing the log while bearing in mind the work it has to do within the context of a course.

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For Immediate Release

So, you’ve made the work, booked the venue, ordered drinks for the opening. Now you have to let people know there’s something to see

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Installation

So you’ve secured a place to show some work. How might you go about installing and displaying it? Bryan offers some advice.

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Writing Proposals

Bryan on getting your work seen…

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Creative Routine

Is it important to have a routine to be creative? What might such a thing look like?

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Sarah Youseman

Keen followers of the WeAreOCA blog may remember a post about Drawing 2 student Sarah Youseman’s Parallel Project. When that was posted, Sarah was beginning her Drawing 2 course. She has now finished and the Parallel Project culminated not in a traditional painting or static image, but in a film of her making a painting.

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