Final day and still a lot to pack in…
• Hannah Clements from Student presented about funding options for students Employability and Enterprise
• an experimental group tutorial/peer assessment/self reflection exercise
• visit to the Whitechapel Gallery
• evening visit to The White Building and a talk by Jamie Sholvin about the making of his elaborate hoax/real 1970s exploitation film Hiker Meat
Low Residency was a first in more ways than one, it has exhausting and exciting . We now need to reflect, evaluate and get feedback on how it went and how to improve it for the future. However the initial feeling is that it has been the rich, diverse and challenging learning experience that was envisioned, thanks to all the people who have contributed and particular thanks to the students for engaging so energetically!
(If you are reading this and like the sound of it do
get in touch about the course, we run regular open days at Camberwell and new this year are hundreds of extra bursaries.)
Fine Art Digital is unique in having students based both in London and online living anywhere in the world.
After 10 years of hugely successful delivery in this unusual way we are now enhancing the model with a
‘Low Residency’ 2 week intensive time in London for all students to attend if they choose.
A ‘Low Residency’ masters in fine art has a long and successful tradition in North America but our offer is a first for the UK.
With a simple and highly effective way of building a
‘community of practice’ for both London and online based students, adding the Low Residency element provides an exciting and challenging strand.
We will blog about the various activities over the next 10 days which will include discussions, tutorials, an interim exhibition, lectures, hacking workshops and a 2 day collaborative making project.
As we start here is some great advice from a recent talk by curator