Professional practice: Exhibiting My work Online: Final Degree Showcase

Throughout my time as a student I have been involved in planning and curating group art exhibitions.  Working as part of a team to bring together a collection of artworks and showcasing them within a gallery setting.  The one thing that always stays with me when being part of the planning and implementing process isContinue reading “Professional practice: Exhibiting My work Online: Final Degree Showcase”

Gallery Visits to expand professional practice. National Portrait Gallery: London.

In order to develop my own skills as an art student and to think about my own creative future, it is important to me to take in as much diverse creativity as possible. During a trip to London in January 2020, before the outbreak of Covid-19, I had the pleasure of visiting the National PortraitContinue reading “Gallery Visits to expand professional practice. National Portrait Gallery: London.”

A change of direction: Quarantine art for on-line exhibition.

During these times of uncertainty, fear and great change, it is important to take stock and reflect upon the journey our lives have taken us on so far.  As an art student about to cross the threshold of graduation, this sudden halt in the academic year has been a shock that no one could everContinue reading “A change of direction: Quarantine art for on-line exhibition.”

Using Critique For Professional Development As An Artist.

During the past 3 years as a fine art degree student, I have learned that one of the most important tools for professional growth as an artist is the critique.  Whether it be on a one to one basis with a tutor, or a large focus group.  The feedback given, either positive or negative, canContinue reading “Using Critique For Professional Development As An Artist.”

The potential to create art during self isolation: Collaging

During this period of solitude and uncertainty, it is important, especially as an art student, to maintain a creative pathway in order to grow professionally.  Now is the best time to reflect on ideas and research, and maybe even try new techniques or ideas that may, or may not have been part of our originalContinue reading “The potential to create art during self isolation: Collaging”

The Potential Of A Live Stream As A Video For Professional Practice.

The Coronavirus has indeed caused disruptions to regular, normal daily life.  As degree students in the last quarter of the course, we have all had to adapt to on-line learning via video conferencing with tutors and peers.  I am thankful to be living in the modern age of technology.  It enables us to connect andContinue reading “The Potential Of A Live Stream As A Video For Professional Practice.”

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