Tag Archives: University of Wolverhampton

Where is my studio? And is it dirty enough?

Today I attended a symposium on Dirty Practice, at the Arena Theatre in Wolverhampton, run by the Wolverhampton School of Art. This symposium was a culmination of a three-day art workshop open to art practitioners, academics and students. I couldn’t … Continue reading

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And where is the rest of it?

This is a question I’ve been asked by more than one person (one of which was only six), about the work I have on display at the Fine Art Degree Show in Wolverhampton. I don’t mind that I’ve been asked … Continue reading

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The anxiety of the art student life

This time yesterday, I was a ball of anxiety. I felt sick, my stomach was in knots and my mind was full of catastrophe. Yesterday, was the day before my final assessment for a module I’m taking at Wolverhampton this … Continue reading

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What do you think?

One of the main benefits to my art practice of being a student at the University of Wolverhampton is the view. My studio is on the seventh floor. From my little corner of studio space, I have quite an amazing … Continue reading

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Why everyone should be an art student

I’m now nearly six months into my ‘top up’ time of my Fine Art degree at Wolverhampton. I’ve started to feel like I properly belong there. I know who to ask to stretch a canvas. I know where the print … Continue reading

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