Hayley Lock, Author at The Open College of the Arts
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Hayley Lock


Virtual study event: NO SHOW, MA Fine Art 2020

Join students from the MA Fine Art cohort along with tutor Hayley Lock to view and discuss the work made for NO SHOW, the first virtual exhibition held by the OCA. Wednesday 29 July 6pm – 8pm

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Virtual study event: A little magic

Whatever is your new reality, the OCA London group and Hayley Lock invite you to be part of a workshop that introduces, elevates and expands on new ways of thinking and working by offering new insights into the imaginative processes sustained by artists, by introducing wider reading, as well as support you through introducing imagination into your own making.

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In conversation with: Hayley & Ása

Tutor Hayley Lock chats to student Asa Aradottir about her interests in ecology and how her passions for her immediate landscape are becoming integrated in your OCA studies. They also discuss  how Asa moves her painting practice through the different landscapes of Iceland and Arizona. All photographs courtesy of Ólafur Arnalds.

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Study event review: OCA London fine art

‘As a Foundation Drawing student this day was very important. There were people from all stages of learning gathered together and we shared our learning. I saw that art can be immense, that sharing is enlightening and that being physically close to tutors and peers gave my learning more ‘bite’.’

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Jules de Balincourt

Join Hayley Lock on the 17 March at Victoria Miro Mayfair in London.

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Study visit review: Nicola Tyson.

It was to my great delight that the Study Visit to see Nicola Tyson’s show titled Beyond the Trace at The Drawing Room in London was filled to capacity and with a couple of extra students waiting in the wings we had a great few hours interrogating and discussing the works on show, all of which held the common ground of being works on paper.

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