This Friday was a busy one, an early appointment in the Print Support Hub with Jim to finish my Riso Prints followed by a Progress Review with Alice about my progress thus far.
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Tuesday 21st March 2023 Mentor/Mentee Before the afternoon session there was a meeting in room…
This week we were to discuss Artists who use their body in their work, until I had to leave to go to the hospital to be with my very sick father.
This Friday saw us having to attend a virtual seminar owing to some March snow…
Plan Undone On the off chance that there was no tutorial or group review session…
With a book binding workshop in a few weeks I set out to create something that I can bind together and result in something that I might be able to use.
Tuesday afternoon was a dark room kind of afternoon. With the tutor being off poorly I dived into the red lighted room to create some prints.
Today saw our group learn about the relevance of Family Albums and artists who work with them. Then a talk about Essay writing skills ahead of our assessment.
A group review with Alice this afternoon saw us show off some of our work thus far. It proved to be a minefield of even more routes to investigate and research.
Some work on my year long project as discussed with Niki in our Tuestorial. (It’s a tutorial on a Tuesday) Maybe some ideas for the future and the derision of MS WordArt.
Del Loewenthal is a psychologist who developed an approach to photography that categorises images into four distinct categories depending on who has the power in the relationship and who benefits from the production of the image.
As an individual task ahead of next week we were asked to construct our own Ethical Window…..
Today’s seminar was to discuss Ethics in Photography and how it impacts all of photography including the photographer, subjects, publishers and wider world.
We were split into groups of two and tasked with discussing what we thought about a number of questions.
After the normal Tuesday afternoon at Uni had been completed it was time to head to the Print Rooms to find out what we’d be doing tonight. The answer, Drypoint Etching Intaglio.
This week we visited our sketchbooks and understand how to produce a successful example. We also had a very personal experience with Alice sharing her practice for her Degree and Masters.
This Tuesday I met with Niki for my tutorial about the module 4FP018 Experimentation &…
A day in January to go to Leeds for a Brutalist Architecture exhibition about University Campuses and then a jaunt around the impressive architecture that is Leeds Uni campus. Using Digital, Film and Drone cameras.
Tuesday Night Print Club saw us look into the magical world of Silk Screen Printing. Laura showed us around the Screen Printing area and helped us make sense of the overwhelming nature of everything in there. We were introduced to the equipment, processes, waste handling and just how messy it can get.
This week saw the second half of the Riso learning and a use of Gibbs’ reflective cycle to analyse how we got on with the Riso Printing sessions.