AA2A Student Rep Highlights

Our AA2A Student Reps help students get the most out of having practicing artists working alongside them, by raising awareness, encouraging communication and collaboration. Here are some of 2018-19's highlights.

What Reps said about AA2A and working alongside Artists...

  • "Working with AA2A in my first semester has honestly been a privilege. The time I've been able to spend working alongside our hosted artists has already been so crucial to my own practice and development, from the potential for networking, to second opinions on practice and process." Jack Drummond, Loughborough University
  • "It has been an amazing experience to be a part of it and the network it represents"  Rodrigo Costa, Coventry University

What Reps did...

Engage Artist visits

Reps organised studio visits for students to AA2A Engage Artists Visit examples - Susan GoughAdrian Baynes and Chris Dugrenier. AA2A paid Reps and Artists for these visits. Read blogs about studio visits attended by Coventry University and York St John University students
Prize challenges
Two optional prize challenges for blog posting about AA2A Artists were won this year, with winning Reps, Rodrigo Costa and Saffron Crowther, each awarded a magazine subscription, worth £40.00 Read a winning blog 
AA2A Student Rep of the Year
We're very pleased to name Rodrigo Costa our National AA2A 'Student Rep of the year'
Reps built professional artist profiles
Using AA2A's networking site Reps promoted their work through exhibition listings, image albums and blogs (examples below) 
Image albums
Emily Morton University of Chester
Sarah Strachan  Anglia Ruskin University
Rodrigo Costa  Coventry University
Tamsin Lunn  Wolverhampton University
Matthew Garvin  Wolverhampton University
Saffron Crowther  Coventry University
Joseph O’Reilly University of Chester
Tamsin Lunn  Wolverhampton University
Saffron Crowther  Coventry University
Emily Morton  University of Chester
Joseph O’Reilly University of Chester
Jack Drummond Loughborough University
Rodrigo Costa  Coventry University