Introduction to year 3

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Introduction to year 3

  1. 1. Do you rememberthe first time you saton an aeroplane andit was about to takeoff?
  2. 2. pairs – a-b
  3. 3. formulating yourapproach to your learningwithin year 3why what how
  4. 4. planningOrganise your time
  5. 5. whyYou will be gone soon.
  6. 6. 359 days to go
  7. 7. notebook
  8. 8. connectionsYour interests –art history, music, dance, writing, general history,geography/place, contemporary practice, scienceStuff to do –Lists, aims and objectives, travel, breaksProjects –Set by NUA, set by yourselfPractical stuff -Coming in, using workshops, equipment, printing etcResearch –Writing -Visits –Placements, part of researchOpportunities yet to arise…………………………..Life ‘other than your practice’ –
  9. 9. timetableactivity 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9ResearchTestingSamplingFinal piecesCreatingpresentationPresentationPecha KuchaTrip
  10. 10. recordreflective journalblog
  11. 11. finish your research reportover the Christmas break
  12. 12. recognise the value ofresearch and how it cansupport your practice.
  13. 13. take control
  14. 14. feedback..........There is a desire for shorter deadlines so thatyou do more work – that somehow theresponsibility for the amount of work you dois somebody else’s. You could organise this inyour learning agreements – set yourself shortprojects with precise deadlines – take controlof your learning!
  15. 15. ask yourself questionslots and continuously
  16. 16. why do you make work?
  17. 17. what’s it for?
  18. 18. what do you want from your work?
  19. 19. what do you get from your work?
  20. 20. what is your work about?
  21. 21. who is your audience?
  22. 22. where does the work go?
  23. 23. what do you like doing?
  24. 24. the year
  25. 25. you and your work• 5 weeks to make work.
  26. 26. you and your work• The first 5 weeks of the year are aboutyou developing what you want to. 
  27. 27. you and your work •It is about you identifying, developingand following a research path in both yourpractical and textural work.
  28. 28. you and your work•You will need to consider how to useyour time effectively as you cannot getthis time back.
  29. 29. you and your work•Learning agreement•Thinking about the future?•How do you want to use your time?•What do you want to learn?
  30. 30. you and your work•Supported by individual tutorials alongsidedevelopmental and skill based workshops.
  31. 31. you and your workIt envisage that this time will involve you in -•Research - Deciding on your path(s) of interestsand supporting your thinking.•Context - looking around at the work of othersand where work is seen - shops, galleries etc.•Experimenting - trying stuff out by using skillsand techniques.•Testing - making stuff, including final piece(s)•Reflection - on what you have done and thenpresenting it to others.
  32. 32. you and your work• It is expected that you will make a bodyof work for yourself - all of theseactivities - research, context,experimenting, testing, final completedpieces and reflection are your work.
  33. 33. research testing sampling designing finished pieces
  34. 34. TO ROLLTO CREASETO FOLDTO STORETO BENDTO SHORTENTO TWISTTO TWINETO DAPPLETO CRUMPLETO SHAVETO TEARTO CHIPTO SPLITTO CUTTO SEVERTO DROPTO REMOVETO SIMPLIFYTO DIFFERTO DISARRANGETO SHAVETO OPENTO MIXTO SPLASHTO KNOTTO SPILLTO DROOPTO FLOWTO SWIRLTO ROTATETO SMEARTO FLOODTO FIRETO IMPRESSTO INLAYTO LIFTTO CURVETO SUPPORTTO HOOKTO SUSPENDTO SPREADTO HANGOF TENSIONOF GRAVITYOF ENTROPYOF NATUREOF GROUPINGOF LAYERINGOF FELTINGTO COLLECTTO GRASPTO TIGHTENTO BUNDLETO HEAPTO GATHERTO ARRANGETO REPAIRTO DISCARDTO PAIRTO DISTRIBUTETO SURFEITTO SCATTERTO COMPLEMENTTO ENCLOSETO SURROUNDTO ENCIRCLETO HIDETO COVERTO WRAPTO DIGTO TIETO BINDTO WEAVETO JOINTO MATCHTO LAMINATETO BONDTO HINGETO MARKTO EXPANDTO DILUTETO LIGHTTO REVISETO MODULATETO DISTRILLOF WAVESOF ELECTROMAGNETICOF INERTIAOF IONIZATIONOF POLARIZATIONOF REFRACTIONOF SIMULTANEITYOF TIDESOF REFLECTIONOF EQUILIBRIUMOF SYMMETRYOF FRICTIONTO STRETCHTO BOUNCETO ERASETO SPRAYTO SYSTEMATIZETO REFERTO FORCEOF MAPPINGOF LOCATIONOF CONTEXTOF TIMETO TALKOF PHOTOSYNTHESISOF CARBONIZATIONVERB LISTRICHARDSERRA67-68TO CONTINUE
  35. 35. notebook
  36. 36. what5 wordswhat do you do?
  37. 37. whywhy do you do what youdo?
  38. 38. whattitlewhat are you?
  39. 39. Post-it note
  40. 40. howtone - how do you goabout doing what you do?
  41. 41. Post-it note
  42. 42. your making - contextual frameworkprocess/materials politicalpersonal critical/theoreticalhistorical geographicalinstitutional cultural  
  43. 43. whatwhat interests you?art historymusicdancewritinggeneral historygeography/placecontemporary practicesciencereading
  44. 44. contemporary practicethe work of otherswhat interests you?materialsprocessworkmethodologyinfluences
  45. 45. whatwhat are your core ideas?
  46. 46. whyconsider the evidence
  47. 47. pairs
  48. 48. reflection• Nov 5th–• Pecha Kucha• This is you presenting what you havedone, a chance to bring all your worktogether and decide on what to do next.
  49. 49. reflection• Pecha Kucha 20x20Is a simple presentation format where youshow 20 images, each for 20 seconds.The images advance automatically andyou talk along to the images –consider them as prompts.
  50. 50. reflection• Preparation.• We are very enthusiastic about this taskand its relationship to learning within thecourse.
  51. 51. reflection• This has been conceived as a rounding up ofyour initial body of work - after which it isanticipated that you will go on to furtherdevelop your work and practice - this is sothat you can now focus.• This is within the context that- you will be getting a response from yourcohort - this is feedbackand- you need to consider it - this is reflection.
  52. 52. notebook
  53. 53. whatwhat do you want to ofachieved in 5 weeks?this could form part of yourlearning agreement
  54. 54. focus• 4 weeks• Developing what your work is, could orshould be.• To beginning of Dec
  55. 55. focus• This is time to focus what it is that youdo, what you are interested in, to honeskills and develop techniques andprocesses.• It is expected that you will make a bodyof focused work for yourself.• Become an expert.
  56. 56. team• Dec• 2 team projects
  57. 57. team• Using your skills within a team• Professionalism• Finding your place• Testing yourself
  58. 58. team• Task 1• This will be a one week project.
  59. 59. team• Task 2• This will be a three week project.
  60. 60. Final project• BA8
  61. 61. Final project• BA8• Learning agreement• Thinking about the future?• How do you want to use your time?• What do you want to learn?
  62. 62. Final project• BA8• This is time to make work that will beyour BA final project.• 10 weeks
  63. 63. Mid Year Review
  64. 64. Mid Year Review• Stew Gallery• Mid Year Review• Formative
  65. 65. degree show
  66. 66. degree show• What is this for?• Presenting yourself• Becoming public• Becoming professional• What next?
  67. 67. New designers
  68. 68. New designers• Opportunity• Visibility• Timing
  69. 69. returning
  70. 70. degree show
  71. 71. notebook
  72. 72. whatwhat does success looklike?
  73. 73. howhow do you achievesuccess?
  74. 74. what nexthow do you want to liveyour life?1 sentence
  75. 75. notebook
  76. 76. materials ambition -what are you goingto do?processes contextaudiencework of others what do youwant at the end?titledescription ofwhat you areinterested in.
  77. 77. whatfocus on the issues youwish to pursueidentify your learningneeds
  78. 78. whatdefine the scope andnature of the studyidentify access andresource issues
  79. 79. whatwhat do you want toachieve?what are you going to doabout it?
  80. 80. howhow are you going toachieve what you wantto learn?
  81. 81. practicaltimetablewhat can you actually doin the time you are willingto give to your learning –be honest
  82. 82. practicalbudgethow much are you actuallywilling to spend ?
  83. 83. practicalabilitydo you need to learn newskills to achieve?write them down.
  84. 84. timetableactivity 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9ResearchTestingSamplingFinal piecesCreatingpresentationPresentationPecha KuchaTrip
  85. 85. notebook
  86. 86. plan of the yearmay june july aug sep oct nov dec jan feb mar apr mayactivity
  87. 87. notebook
  88. 88. Pecha Kucha
  89. 89. reflection• so -• consider what you want to tell uswhat you want us to knowwhat you want to learn• tell a story.• engage with your audience.• consider your learning.
  90. 90. Pecha Kucha - deadlines• monday June 3rd9.30 – 12.30 – lecturetheatre.• 10 images – 20 seconds each• support session.
  91. 91. Pecha Kucha - deadlines• PowerPoint with 10 slides emailed to me.• Correct format – PowerPoint 97- 2003.• see VLE unit 7 how to resize images.• Title – Pecha Kucha your name.• Deadline – Thursday 30thMay 12.30• anybody not correctly formatting,mistitling or sending after this time cannot be included.
  92. 92. the beginning of the endnow this is not the end. it is not eventhe beginning of the end. but it is,perhaps, the end of the beginning.Churchill

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