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Are you ready for the work of Monica Bonvicini?

Join OCA tutor Emma Drye on the 21 January in Gateshead.

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Call of the North and Hero City: a screening and talk with artist Ruth Maclennan

Join OCA Moving Image course author Ruth Maclennan on the 4 February in London. Pushkin House in association with Open College of the Arts is pleased to present two recent films by Ruth. After the screening the she will be in conversation with Vlad Strukoff, Associate Professor in Film and Digital Culture at the University of Leeds.

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Study visit review: Textiles in Manchester

Earlier this month I had the pleasure of doing a textiles study visit to Manchester. I had arranged for the students to see two quite different but related exhibitions.

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Study Visit: Rauschenberg

Painting tutors Emma Drye and Bryan Eccleshall will be leading a Study Visit for Level Two and Three students on Saturday 10 December at Tate Modern. It should be a challenging and enjoyable experience for all of us. OCA will be running a second visit to this for Foundation, Level 1 and any students who cannot make the above on the 21 January 2017.

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Artes Mundi

Join OCA tutor Helen Warburton on the 12 November in Cardiff. Artes Mundi is an internationally focused arts organisation that identifies, recognises and supports contemporary visual artists who engage with the human condition, social reality and lived experience.

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Music study visit: The Chimera Ensemble

Join OCA tutor Desmond Clarke on the 18 November to see the Chimera Ensemble in concert at the University of York.

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The view from here

Join OCA tutor Wendy McMurdo on the 19 November at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh. The View From Here | Landscape Photography explores the theme of landscape through photographs from the 1840s to the present day. This exhibition brings together a selection of prints that transport the viewer around the world

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