Introduction to year 3

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presentation given to year 2 Textile Design students at Norwich University of the Arts

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Introduction to year 3

  1. 1. Do you remember the first time you sat on an aeroplane and it was about to take off?
  2. 2. post-it
  3. 3. What do you want from the 3rd year of your course?
  4. 4. take control of your learning advice...
  5. 5. feedback.......... There is a desire for shorter deadlines so that you do more work – that somehow the responsibility for the amount of work you do is somebody else’s. You could organise this in your learning agreements – set yourself short projects with precise deadlines – take control of your learning!
  6. 6. planning Organise your time It really is about Time management
  7. 7. timetable activity 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Research Testing Sampling Final pieces Creating presentation Presentation Pecha Kucha Trip advice...
  8. 8. connections Your interests – art history, music, dance, writing, general history, geography/place, contemporary practice, science Stuff to do – Lists, aims and objectives, travel, breaks Projects – Set by NUA, Set by your Practical stuff - Coming in, using workshops, equipment, printing etc Competitions Research – Writing - Visits – Placements, part of research Opportunities yet to arise………………………….. Life ‘other than your practice’ –
  9. 9. use a notebook advice...
  10. 10. use a notebook advice...
  11. 11. why You will be gone soon.
  12. 12. May 23rd
  13. 13. 348 days to go
  14. 14. weekends
  15. 15. 250 days to go
  16. 16. holidays
  17. 17. 120 days to go
  18. 18. Bank holidays
  19. 19. 115 days to go
  20. 20. finish your research report over the Christmas break advice...
  21. 21. recognise the value of research and how it can support your practice. advice...
  22. 22. use a notebook advice...
  23. 23. record use a reflective journal blog advice...
  24. 24. Learn Photoshop and Illustrator advice...
  25. 25. the structure of the course
  26. 26. the year
  27. 27. formulating your approach to your learning within year 3 why what how
  28. 28. ask yourself questions lots and continuously
  29. 29. what do you like doing?
  30. 30. why do you make work?
  31. 31. what’s it for?
  32. 32. what do you want from your work?
  33. 33. what do you get from your work?
  34. 34. what is your work about?
  35. 35. who is your audience?
  36. 36. where does the work go?
  37. 37. you and your work • 5 weeks to make work.
  38. 38. you and your work • The first 5 weeks of the year are about you developing what you want to.  
  39. 39. you and your work   •It is about you identifying, developing and following a research path in both your practical and textural work.
  40. 40. you and your work •You will need to consider how to use your time effectively as you cannot get this time back.
  41. 41. you and your work •Learning agreement •Thinking about the future? •How do you want to use your time? •What do you want to learn?
  42. 42. you and your work •Supported by individual tutorials alongside developmental and skill based workshops.
  43. 43. you and your work It is envisaged that this time will involve you in - •Research - Deciding on your path(s) of interests and supporting your thinking. •Context - looking around at the work of others and where work is seen - shops, galleries etc. •Experimenting - trying stuff out by using skills and techniques. •Testing - making stuff, including final piece(s) •Reflection - on what you have done and then presenting it to others.
  44. 44. you and your work • It is expected that you will make a body of work for yourself - all of these activities - research, context, experimenting, testing, final completed pieces and reflection are your work.
  45. 45. research testing sampling designing finished pieces
  46. 46. notebook
  47. 47. what 5 words what do you do?
  48. 48. notebook
  49. 49. why why do you do what you do?
  50. 50. notebook
  51. 51. what title what are you?
  52. 52. notebook
  53. 53. how tone - how do you go about doing what you do?
  54. 54. notebook
  55. 55. what what interests you? art history music dance writing general history geography/place contemporary practice science reading popular culture
  56. 56. notebook
  57. 57. TO ROLL TO CREASE TO FOLD TO STORE TO BEND TO SHORTEN TO TWIST TO TWINE TO DAPPLE TO CRUMPLE TO SHAVE TO TEAR TO CHIP TO SPLIT TO CUT TO SEVER TO DROP TO REMOVE TO SIMPLIFY TO DIFFER TO DISARRANGE TO SHAVE TO OPEN TO MIX TO SPLASH TO KNOT TO SPILL TO DROOP TO FLOW TO SWIRL TO ROTATE TO SMEAR TO FLOOD TO FIRE TO IMPRESS TO INLAY TO LIFT TO CURVE TO SUPPORT TO HOOK TO SUSPEND TO SPREAD TO HANG OF TENSION OF GRAVITY OF ENTROPY OF NATURE OF GROUPING OF LAYERING OF FELTING TO COLLECT TO GRASP TO TIGHTEN TO BUNDLE TO HEAP TO GATHER TO ARRANGE TO REPAIR TO DISCARD TO PAIR TO DISTRIBUTE TO SURFEIT TO SCATTER TO COMPLEMENT TO ENCLOSE TO SURROUND TO ENCIRCLE TO HIDE TO COVER TO WRAP TO DIG TO TIE TO BIND TO WEAVE TO JOIN TO MATCH TO LAMINATE TO BOND TO HINGE TO MARK TO EXPAND TO DILUTE TO LIGHT TO REVISE TO MODULATE TO DISTRILL OF WAVES OF ELECTROMAGNETIC OF INERTIA OF IONIZATION OF POLARIZATION OF REFRACTION OF SIMULTANEITY OF TIDES OF REFLECTION OF EQUILIBRIUM OF SYMMETRY OF FRICTION TO STRETCH TO BOUNCE TO ERASE TO SPRAY TO SYSTEMATIZE TO REFER TO FORCE OF MAPPING OF LOCATION OF CONTEXT OF TIME TO TALK OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS OF CARBONIZATION VERB LIST RICHARD SERRA 67-68 TO CONTINUE
  58. 58. contemporary practice the work of others what interests you? materials process work methodology influences
  59. 59. your making - contextual framework process/materials political personal critical/theoretical historical geographical institutional cultural    
  60. 60. notebook
  61. 61. what what are your core ideas?
  62. 62. notebook
  63. 63. why consider the evidence
  64. 64. reflection • Pecha Kucha • This is you presenting what you have done, a chance to bring all your work together and decide on what to do next.
  65. 65. reflection • Pecha Kucha 20x20 Is a simple presentation format where you show 20 images, each for 20 seconds. The images advance automatically and you talk along to the images – consider them as prompts.
  66. 66. reflection • Preparation. • We are very enthusiastic about this task and its relationship to learning within the course.
  67. 67. reflection • This has been conceived as a 'rounding up' of your initial body of work - after which it is anticipated that you will go on to further develop your work and practice - this is so that you can now focus. • This is within the context that - you will be getting a response from your cohort - this is feedback and - you need to consider it - this is reflection.
  68. 68. notebook
  69. 69. what what do you want to of achieved in 5 weeks? this could form part of your learning agreement
  70. 70. focus • 4 weeks • Developing what your work is, could or should be. • To beginning of Dec
  71. 71. focus • This is time to focus what it is that you do, what you are interested in, to hone skills and develop techniques and processes. • It is expected that you will make a body of focused work for yourself. • Become an expert.
  72. 72. team • Dec • a team project
  73. 73. team • Using your skills within a team • Professionalism • Finding your place • Testing yourself
  74. 74. team • Task • This will be a one week project.
  75. 75. Final project • BA8
  76. 76. Final project • BA8 • Learning agreement • Thinking about the future? • How do you want to use your time? • What do you want to learn?
  77. 77. Final project • BA8 • This is time to make work that will be your BA final project. • 10 weeks
  78. 78. Mid Year Review
  79. 79. Mid Year Review • Stew Gallery • Mid Year Review • Formative
  80. 80. Assessment point
  81. 81. degree show • What is this for? • Presenting yourself • Becoming public • Becoming professional • What next?
  82. 82. degree show
  83. 83. New designers • Opportunity • Visibility • Timing
  84. 84. http://lucykenttextiles.tumblr.com/
  85. 85. http://jessicajanetextiles.blogspot.co.uk/
  86. 86. notebook
  87. 87. what what does success look like?
  88. 88. how how do you achieve success?
  89. 89. notebook
  90. 90. what next how do you want to live your life?
  91. 91. what focus on the issues you wish to pursue identify your learning needs
  92. 92. what define the scope and nature of the study identify access and resource issues
  93. 93. notebook
  94. 94. what what do you want to achieve? what are you going to do about it?
  95. 95. how how are you going to achieve what you want to learn?
  96. 96. practical timetable what can you actually do in the time you are willing to give to your learning – be honest
  97. 97. practical budget how much are you actually willing to spend over the year?
  98. 98. notebook
  99. 99. practical ability do you need to learn new skills to achieve? write them down.
  100. 100. timetable activity 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Research Testing Sampling Final pieces Creating presentation Presentation Pecha Kucha Trip
  101. 101. plan of the year may june july aug sep oct nov dec jan feb mar apr may activity deadlines
  102. 102. Pecha Kucha Images narrative
  103. 103. Word doc -97 – 2003 - Name Degree Show Proposal
  104. 104. deadlines • Keeping to deadlines • Following instructions • Developing systems and structures formatting, mistitling or sending after deadlines.
  105. 105. the beginning of the end now this is not the end. it is not even the beginning of the end. but it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning. Churchill
  106. 106. notebook

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