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What is your tutor up to? Chapter 27: Michelle Keegan thumb

What is your tutor up to? Chapter 27: Michelle Keegan

Michelle Keegan, OCA Printmaking tutor will be exhibiting etchings from the series Listening for the Past with Gallery 57, Arundel West Sussex as part of the Winter exhibition Organic Form. See here https://www.gallery57.co.uk/michelle-keegan. The process is a fundamental part of the work. The images emerge through allowing the print process of etching and the personality of the metal, […]

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October was Black History Month… thumb

October was Black History Month…

…and as part of this we asked OCA programme leaders to share some important practitioners to point students towards and remember artists and events in the history of the African diaspora. This is list is just the beginning of a longer one we hope, please add to it in the comments below.

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OCA North event – Halifax thumb

OCA North event – Halifax

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.

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Hull International Photography Festival

Interested in attending Hull International Photography Festival this weekend 13 October? Join OCA tutor Les Monaghan.

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'Virtual' study event

This virtual study visit has been designed by way of a resource pack to give students adequate resources to either attend the exhibition physically or complete research online to then partake in an online discussion. This is a pilot initiative so please do sign up and give it a go!

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I’m Still Here: 2018 Koestler Awards exhibition thumb

I’m Still Here: 2018 Koestler Awards exhibition

Join OCA tutor Jayne Taylor on Sunday 21 October for a thought-provoking visit to the annual Koestler Trust exhibition at London’s Royal Festival Hall.

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