Monthly Archives: October 2010

Discovering That Glazing Is Amazing – action research PG Cert

READ MORE – http://process.arts.ac.uk/content/discovering-glazing-amazing-action-research-pg-cert PG Cert Learning and Teaching 2010 Manda Helal, Ceramic & General Technician WCA Foundation – Manda’s blog – http://pandaji.wordpress.com/ Discovering That Glazing Is Amazing Introduction Glazing is amazing, but the process can be time-consuming and hard … Continue reading

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Share your studio practice on process.arts

Help pilot the new UAL open resource project process.arts.ac.uk by sharing and exploring process in arts practice through the day-to-day practice of staff and students UAL staff or students are invited to document, promote and discuss arts practice on process.arts.ac.uk. … Continue reading

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Bronze casting part 7 – Removing bronze from plaster mould, loss wax

Bronze casting Introduction – The loss wax process described by Chelsea college of art alumni Marco Chiandetti, supported by UAL foundry staff John Nicoll and Richard Elliott. Marco gives an in-depth overview his process prior to his final MA PART … Continue reading

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Predicting weather & Capitalism/Religion

Prediction: How far in advance do scientists predict the weather with some degree of accuracy? Well, as far as the specific events are concerned, talking about a large storm or heavy precipitation or record heat or cold – it can … Continue reading

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New animation: Intellectual Property Rights in the Web 2.0 world

Animation and links to JISC projects: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/news/stories/2008/12/web2rights.aspx http://www.web2rights.org.uk/ Users of Web 2.0 content and services across education are set to benefit from a brand new animation which highlights the importance of considering IPR in their use and re-use of interactive … Continue reading

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Freedom

Freedom The issues Nina Power raised to do with freedom of women were interesting but I think to a degree, did not give the whole picture in terms of what women may or may not find restrictive.  A lot of … Continue reading

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Empathy

Empathy On reflection after the lecture, I thought about empathy and its importance and realised that it is fundamentally the basic emotion human beings require to live and relate to each other in society. When we think about fairness and … Continue reading

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“Do Schools Kill Creativity?”

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Welcome to the process.arts.ac.uk blog site

Welcome to the process.arts.ac.uk blog site, please feel free to contribute, discuss, share, feedback and question the http://process.arts.ac.uk/ project, all feedback welcome. process.arts an open resource, sharing and exploring process in arts practice through the day to day practice of … Continue reading

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