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Study event: OCA South Midlands

Join OCA Tutor Katie Taylor on Saturday 16 November 2019 in Oxford. This event will hopefully be the catalyst for forming a new multi-disciplinary student group in the South Midlands area.  The event is open to students from all degree pathways and levels. Artist Katie Taylor is an OCA tutor and a contemporary sculptural installation artist […]

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Study event review: Newcastle

A group of students from the North East took the opportunity to explore the Baltic Gateshead exhibitions for the day along with OCA tutor Cheryl Huntbach. The Baltic focuses entirely on contemporary art and the three exhibitions showed an interesting range of contemporary artists’ work. We discussed ways to approach looking at contemporary art exhibitions […]

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Study event: Gateshead, Newcastle.

OCA students are invited to join tutor Cheryl Huntbach at the Baltic, this Saturday 14 September from 11am.

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Study event: OCA North

Join the next meeting of the OCA-North Study Group on Sunday 8 September  1-5pm. We will be meeting on the ground floor, Fletcher’s Mill, Dean Clough Mills, Halifax, West Yorkshire.

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Study event: OCA East of England

Come and join us for a talk about “The Influence of Curation on the Creative Arts” with OCA tutor Andrea Norrington on Saturday 27 July.

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‘I am tired of guilt…’

At ‘Don McCullin’ you’re not supposed to think so much as feel. But the other function of an art gallery, besides educating us, is surely to provide a public space for debate and criticism. And I’d like to concentrate on that part now, rather than the private response, because what is there to say about our private responses to those photographs except that they’re valid?

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Study event review: East of England

Saturday 23 March 2019 12 students joined OCA tutor Andrea Norrington for an afternoon meeting on Saturday 23 March. There were students from a range of disciplines including drawing, painting, graphic design, photography and textiles. The students included some newly joined at Level 1 (HE4)  through to those at Level 3 (HE6). This gave a […]

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