Monthly Archives: February 2011

Landscape with a Man killed by a Snake

National Gallery transcription project, Wimbledon College of Art, School of Foundation. Landscape with a Man killed by a Snake, Nicolas Poussin [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons National Gallery London http://process.arts.ac.uk/content/national-gallery-transcription-project-poussin

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Submerged

Submitted by achand1 process.arts http://process.arts.ac.uk/content/submerged My transcription project was inspired by the Zurbaran painting ‘Saint Francis in Meditation’, the figure is completely submerged in this infinite black background, whilst holding a skull – which thinkers and philosophers used to remind … Continue reading

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Transcription of Audio Piece

Transcription of Audio Piece – (process.arts user amcandrew2) I don’t really understand it. I’m struggling to see how it started, like, sometimes, I don’t know, I, even if it’s like a squiggle I like to have an idea of what’s … Continue reading

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Casting ice cream/plaster mould

Q; Hi Tirantis I’m always advising students to “go and buy it at Tirantis”, but now I need some advice myself if that’s OK! If I need to cast an ice cream , i.e. the soft vanilla, Mr Whippee type … Continue reading

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LCC Workshop in Creating Digital Media for Teaching and Learning, Feb 10th

Workshop in Creating Digital Media for Teaching and Learning, Feb 10th – a Learning Studio Workshop http://process.arts.ac.uk/content/workshop-creating-digital-media-teaching-and-learning When: 16.30-18.30 Thursday Feb 10th Where: Room M401 in the Media Faculty block, LCC For more information about the workshop of the Learning … Continue reading

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