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Explore the basics for binding and repairing books.06 September 2017 - 10 May 2018
An exhibition by Andrew Holmes (Professor, School of Architecture).
PROGRESS is a set of 20 hand drawn black and white realist images and texts that update John Bunyan’s allegory: The Pilgrims Progress, to the 21st century. Pilgrim’s wife is re-imagined as a female private detective driving through the sub-prime landscape of California, observing the locations of the original trials. The drawings are seen in the context of markedly sombre and austere black and white photographic prints that depict the surrounding landscape. Nature is seen as dark, intimidating, and threatening rather than benign.02 October 2017 - 27 October 2017
A university-wide open day for prospective undergraduate students, for 2018 entry.21 October 2017
A university-wide open day for prospective undergraduate students, for 2018 entry.04 November 2017
An exhibition celebrating 80 years of furniture design and making at Rycotewood Furniture Oxford, an internationally renowned centre of excellence that has an established reputation in the furniture industry.06 November 2017 - 01 December 2017
Adobe lnDesign is an industry-standard graphics and desktop publishing application that enables users to design and produce a variety of print materials from flyers to books.18 November 2017
Explore the elements of an Art & Design Foundation course across a variety of disciplines.18 November 2017 - 09 December 2017
An interim exhibition of work from students undertaking the new Master of Fine Art programme in the School of Arts.18 December 2017 - 12 January 2018
Explore the elements of an Art & Design Foundation course across a variety of disciplines.
In the Portfolio Preparation for Art & Design course you will have the opportunity to explore a diverse range of techniques and processes.
Drawing is fundamental to Art & Design and good drawing skills are strongly recommended for entry to the foundation course, therefore you will have the opportunity to experiment with life drawing in a variety of media and approaches, along with structured drawing projects. These may include Printmaking, Graphics, Textiles, Drawing on location, 3D Sculpture or Ceramics in order to ensure that you will have a broad range of work at the end of the course. Classes are run with a low ratio of staff to students – approximately one tutor for every 10 students, which allows for in-depth learning and development.
One to one portfolio advice will be given as well as instructions on how to mount and present your work in your portfolio.
Please be aware that homework in the form of a Daily Drawing Diary will be given and is a requirement of the course.13 January 2018 - 27 January 2018
Explore the elements of an Art & Design Foundation course across a variety of disciplines.13 January 2018 - 27 January 2018