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OCA’s online degree showcase – Live!
I am delighted to announce that our first ever degree showcase at OCA launches this week at https://showcase.oca.ac.uk/. Students from the Creative Arts, Creative Writing, Painting, Photography and Textiles undergraduate degrees are all represented and the work is absolutely stunning.Read More
Perception: Where Science and Art Meet. Sort Of.
The important point is our brains are wired in a certain way and we invent and build the world in our heads as much as perceive it as ‘truth’. This is important for anyone attempting to represent three dimensions in two. The world is indeed out there but perhaps capturing it requires more intervention than we might initially think.Read More
MA Applications Open – October 2021/2022 Intake
Applications are now open to study the two year, part-time MA Fine Art and MA Graphic Design courses for the 2021/2022 October intake. Through online delivery the courses are accessible to anyone who, because of work, caring or family commitments, would not otherwise be able to consider studying at a higher degree level. Both courses […]Read More
Beeple’s ‘Everydays’: The Value of Digital Artwork
Last week an artwork sold at Christie’s Auction House for $65m (about £47m). ‘Everydays: The First 5,000 Days’ by the American artist Beeple (better known to his family as Mike Winkelmann) is now the most expensive piece of digital art ever created, but its provenance and value are not contained within the work itself, as […]Read More
MA Fine Art Webinar and Q&A
If you are interested to find out more about postgraduate study on OCA’s MA Fine art course, you are most welcome to attend a webinar with the Fine Art Programme Leader Caroline Wright. Tuesday 17th November – 5:30pm – 6:30pm You will learn about the curriculum, how studying works at OCA and how to apply, […]Read More
Motivated to work in Equality and Diversity
The motivations for my becoming the OCA student representative for Equality and Diversity are deeply embedded in my personal experiences of racial and social class based injustices. I felt that this personal context was important to illustrate my interest and commitment to the role. But equally I wanted to add a real life dimension to the discussion on equality and diversity.Read More
Printmaking studios at home
During covid lockdown I’ve been so grateful I have a studio space at home. I was reflecting how my OCA students use their homes as studios. I asked a number of printmaking students to reflect and share how they made printmaking spaces within their homes.Read More