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Exchanges: Dialogues, Hesitation & Creation thumb

Exchanges: Dialogues, Hesitation & Creation

The concept was simple, every month you were asked to submit work in progress for critique to a private online blog platform, one week later you would receive a response from another residency participant. Often the work was unresolved, posing further questions, expressing frustration at lack of progress but the deadline made the work happen. During this period, I was able to maintain a conversation about the ongoing work I was creating within my immediate environment – such trains of thought are not easy to sustain when you’re at home looking after small children and this was the beauty in the simplicity of this approach.

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What is your tutor up to? Chapter 23: Diana Ali thumb

What is your tutor up to? Chapter 23: Diana Ali

OCA tutor, Curator and Visual Artist, Diana Ali in collaboration with Santa Ana College Art Gallery and Director, Phil Marquez, is pleased to present the exhibition ‘Loss & Lucidity’ an exhibition of contemporary artwork investigating the misplaced, the missed and the mended.

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What is your tutor up to? Chapter 21: Moira Lovell and Les Monaghan thumb

What is your tutor up to? Chapter 21: Moira Lovell and Les Monaghan

OCA tutors Moira Lovell and Les Monaghan have work in Northern Light 2018, a group show at Yorkshire Artspace, Persistence Works, Sheffield.

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Exhibition review: Great Exhibition of the North. Part 2 thumb

Exhibition review: Great Exhibition of the North. Part 2

Yesterday, I blogged about my visit to Great Exhibition of the North at Baltic. I got as far as the ground floor and ran out of space. This morning, I woke up wanting to tell you more… Moving around Baltic, I enjoyed the playful speaking sculptural faces built into the internal walls by Joanne Tatham and Tom O’Sullivan. I also took […]

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Exhibition review: Great Exhibition of the North. Part 1 thumb

Exhibition review: Great Exhibition of the North. Part 1

This post is to tell you about some of the art and exhibitions you can see for free, summer-long across Newcastle-Gateshead as part of the Great Exhibition of the North, ‘in celebration of the North of England’s pioneering spirit.’

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Aftermath & Shape of Light thumb

Aftermath & Shape of Light

Aftermath explores the response of artists from 1918 -1940. While some wanted to return to more traditional forms of representation, others were committed to experimentation and to criticising the unequal society which they believed had caused the war.

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Why you should visit a degree show (textiles) thumb

Why you should visit a degree show (textiles)

So why might it benefit you to visit a degree show? All textiles students whether studying at a distance, like you, or in a ‘bricks and mortar’ university ought to take note of their contemporaries creative outcomes.

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What is your tutor up to? Chapter 16: Michelle Keegan thumb

What is your tutor up to? Chapter 16: Michelle Keegan

OCA Printmaking tutor Michelle Keegan is exhibiting new etchings as part of the exhibition ‘Make Colour Sing’ A Review of Contemporary Abstraction in Nottingham

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What is your tutor up to? Chapter 15: Angela Rogers thumb

What is your tutor up to? Chapter 15: Angela Rogers

Congratulations also to OCA’s Angela Rogers who is in 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’ which OCA’s Kimberley Foster is also a part of.

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Student led study day: Trace2018 thumb

Student led study day: Trace2018

OCA students Jeremy Scott and Sarah Youseman are holding their graduation show in June. Students of all levels are invited to the gallery to look at the show and meet the artists on Saturday 9 June who will answer questions on what it means to work at Level 3 and curate a joint exhibition.

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