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Place, surface, mapping, recording…

I spend time walking in these places, talking to people who I meet along the way, researching the histories, stories, geology, geographies. My aim is to try to capture and distil some of the unique visual qualities of each place through a record of my time spent there. I think of my work as alternative ‘maps’ of a place or ‘recordings’.

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What is your tutor up to? Chapter 14: Kimberley Foster

OCA’s Kimberley Foster has an upcoming exhibition ‘You and I are discontinuous beings’ – an exhibition to celebrate the publication and launch of ‘Collective and Collaborative Drawing on Contemporary Practice: Drawing Conversations’ in which Kimberley has written a chapter.

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What is your tutor up to? Chapter 13: Matt White

OCA Moving Image Programme Leader and tutor, Matt White, is delighted to announce that the premiere of his latest film, The Tick and The Bomb will take place at the Wales International Documentary Film Festival on the 17 April, 2018.

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In conversation with: Cheryl Huntbach, part 2.

This is the second instalment of Cheryl’s Creative Conversations video. Here she speaks about her work.

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What is your tutor up to: Chapter 12: Carla Rees

OCA’s Programme Leader for Music – Carla Rees has been busy…

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In conversation with: Cheryl Huntbach, part 1

As part of the #weareoca30 campaign we are having creative conversations with some of our tutors. Watch and listen to OCA tutor and assessor Cheryl Huntbach below answering questions from students in part 1 of her video.

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What is your tutor up to? Chapter 11: Vicky MacKenzie

reative Writing tutor Vicky MacKenzie will be getting a dose of her own medicine in June when one of her short stories is critiqued by writer A L Kennedy in front of a live audience. This event will take place at the Byre Theatre in St Andrews on 20th June.

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What is your tutor up to? Chapter 10: Helen Warburton

OCA Tutor, Helen Warburton’s latest project FEMALE FIRSTS: Women Making BAFTA History will see its first opening to the public on 14 & 15 April 2018 at the BAFTA’s headquarters, 195 Piccadilly.

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In conversation with: Bryan Eccleshall

As part of the #weareoca30 campaign we are having creative conversations with some of our tutors. Watch and listen to OCA tutor and assessor Bryan Eccleshall below speaking about his work and and answering questions from students.

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What is your tutor up to? Chapter 9: Barbara Henderson

Creative writing tutor and programme leader Barbara Henderson’s fifth novel will be released on 1 March. Barbara uses the writing name Bea Davenport for her children and adult fiction. The Misper, her latest novel, is aimed at readers aged thirteen-plus.

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