Pic of the Week: Southampton Solent University's AA2A artist Sharon Hannah's image from her album 'The Blue Room'.
You can see more of Sharon's work at http:/
Tip of the Week: ‘On graduation get stuck into all opportunities straight away.’ Rachel Horne, AA2A artist at Liverpool Hope University (2012-2013) http:/
Other news: As many schemes are now drawing to a close, we're keeen to gather your feedback. Artists' evaluation questionnaires will be available online and emailed to you in late April / early May. If you've been offered an extension to your scheme we'll still need to gather this information from you as if your project was completed.
NB: Please drop us a line if your email address etc. has changed since you started the scheme at firstname.lastname@example.org
I have finished drawing, processing and printing the third stone and Leighton has taught me how to do a blended roll ad so I have been experimeting with colour, trying to get the sheen on the pheasants neck feathers to look nice and vibrant.
I have been in the Liberary for some time now looking at Jeff Koons and Michael Landy books. and working on an application.
Pic of the Week: Wimbledon College of Art's AA2A artist Milly Peck's image from her February album 'Collage prints'.
You can see more of Milly's work at http:/
Tip of the Week: ‘Don’t be afraid to contact organisations directly that you would like to work with.’ Janine Goldsworthy, Staffordshire University (2012-2013) http:/
Other news: You can continue using Dotbiz as a current artist until September 2014. We'll email you nearer the time with details of how to continue your access. If you haven't yet started using the site, you can still document your project now - we have two online 'Dotbiz' tutorials to help you: 'Getting started' and 'Uploading images and blogging'.