Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Textiles Project Work with Ruth Hadlow at ANU

Kamus Merah

Ruth Hadlow is planning to run a textile project course through ANU’s Visual Arts Access program (VAA) in the 2nd semester this year. The course info is below. Ruth is planning to run the course for 12 weeks from the beginning of August to early November, on Tuesdays, 9.30-1pm, in the textiles studio at Canberra School of Art.  Enrolments will be through the ANU VAA program – see their website.
Textiles Project Work – Ruth Hadlow

This 12-week course will focus on the development of textile projects from inception through to realisation. Students will develop a self-instigated project brief, and develop a body of work through research, material sampling, critical discussion, and self-directed exploration. This course is aimed at art school graduates and community members with an existing textile practice who want to develop ideas for new art projects, who are interested in feedback on work-in-progress, and wish to participate in critical discussion about project work and art practice. The course will include readings, research and writing projects, critiques, feedback and a supportive group with whom to share ideas, feedback and resources. 

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