Fine Art – Everyday Play
This week-long Bronze Arts Award Summer School will explore ideas and processes, and develop practical skills and knowledge in Fine Art. The workshops encourage creative thinking to discover ideas and ways of looking at the everyday; the space itself, the objects around us, the light and sounds. Through playful approaches to photography, drawing, printmaking and collaging, students will respond to the everyday and focus on the way we use imagination and creativity to make things and explore the space around us. The workshops will develop an understanding of Fine Art history and theory, explore a range of techniques and collaboration to create a portfolio of work and develop an art practice.
The course will be taking place within an online classroom on Blackboard Collaborate, a secure platform which is used by University for the Creative Arts.
You may wish to participate via audio, though this is not a requirement and we recommend participation via the chat/messaging function on the page. You will not use a webcam or participate via video. All sessions will be monitored and supervised by University of the Creative Arts employees and will be recorded to allow for multiple viewings by students on the course.
Participants will be sent a secure link to the virtual classroom each week and this will ensure that only students with an approved place on the course and UCA employees will have access to the room.
The course will take place over 5 days starting Monday 27 July.
The days will follow the below timings: