Category: CClasses

HE Symposium Part 1: Jonathan Worth

This Wednesday (20th September) we held our 10th annual symposium at HE HCA. The symposium was started by a staff body of creative professional wanting professional development opportunities that weren’t ‘training’. Over the years it has grown, changed, moved spaces to a new campus and this year it shifted form again, moving from the traditional ‘stand and deliver’ format to… Read more →

October update: practice-led research, cclasses & a newsletter

3 ½ minute read   I’m thrilled to announce our brand new ‘Scholarship Project’ HCA, Gloscol and Sgloscol newsletter. This replaces our semi-regular email ‘catch-ups’, formalising this process slightly, which makes it easier to collate information and for various groups to contribute to the newsletter.   This doesn’t, of course, replace our blog posts, which exist to identify and disseminate good… Read more →

Debating the language of the Visual Arts

This was our fourth #cclasses session, and we discussed Steph’s question regarding the language of the visual arts and academia and whether it creates a barrier between the artist and their audience?   This is a complex issue, but thankfully Steph made cakes to help us.   In our curated content we broke the question down and examined what we… Read more →

Connected class 2

Before I write up our second ‘Connected Class’ session I want to thank Kim (Ceramic artist) and Carla (Photographer) for their insightful reflections regarding session 1. You can read Kim’s reflection here, and Carla’s here. Last week’s ‘Connected Class’ looked at ideas of augmented reality. Our ‘big question’ considered how we might use this within our studio work and whether… Read more →