‘Visual art activities & social inclusion in early-year settings’ Petra Vackova, OU research student

‘Visual art activities & social inclusion in early-year settings’ Petra Vackova, OU research student

PETRA VACKOVA: So I brought this sketchbook because I think it really nicely illustrates the kind of interaction that happens around art when adults and children work with paint and with colours and the way the body and the paint and the materials interact. In my research, I try to understand processes of social inclusion

Jazz at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA)

Jazz at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA)

A lot of my colleagues that have come out of WAAPA with me, making noise around the world and I’m certainly proud to be a part of it. I would say take advantage of this great facility here, you have practice rooms at your disposal you have other musicians you can get together with form

Andrew Scott, School of Creative and Performing Arts (SIRF)

For my particular project there were multiple industry partners. It was really a chance for me to reach out to folks in a variety of different aspects of the music industry, people that were involved in the publishing side, the music production side, the music making side, and certainly the music business side, and to

Lancashire Arts Festival 2017 award winner – Jack Woodward (Fine Art)

Lancashire Arts Festival 2017 award winner – Jack Woodward (Fine Art)

And the winner is Jack Woodward *Applause and Cheering* My inspiration for my final piece of work came from how adult life has a lot of challenges, shall we say. Its full of rules and regulations and it’s not actually very fun. I quite like how children play and as adults we can’t play anymore

Foundation Year. Art & Design – University of Sunderland

Foundation Year. Art & Design – University of Sunderland

(Ryan) I think, definitely when I’ve compared it to proper universities which are like three-year course ones, there’s a lot more space here. There’s loads of freedom, the support from the tutors is quite helpful. (Jessica) The Foundation course has been great, the tutors here have been really helpful and they help get you to

Britt MacDuff: Douglas College Performing Arts

Britt MacDuff: Douglas College Performing Arts

My name is Britt MacDuff and I’m a performing arts grad from Douglas College Douglas is great it was really awesome to be able to take any classes that I was interested in so started out with more like philosophy and anthropology and then I really found my home when I went into the performing

Fine Art at Staffordshire University

Fine Art at Staffordshire University

When I did my interview I asked how the area was and it was recommended for being really really friendly but also the course was kind of more about what it could do for me and how it could develop me as an artist. When I was reading the brief online about the art course

Waterlow Art Park – Foundation Fine Art

Waterlow Art Park – Foundation Fine Art

We started off the project with a lecture at Lordsdale house and students were told about the history of Lord Dale house and Sydney Waterlow who set up this park. There was one overall brief for all students which was simply called Park and that talked about the idea of asking some simple questions what

Emerge 2017 – Performing Arts & Music Festival

Emerge 2017 – Performing Arts & Music Festival

It’s our very great privilege to host this first-ever festival, Emerge, which celebrates the achievements of all the students who take our performing arts and music publications every year Toby’s my son – he’s lead guitar, that’s Lauren who does the vocals Harvey he’s bass, Dodger – Elliott Roger Brown… he’s our drummer, and Benjamin