KS5 (age 16-18+)

Resources for Level 3+ learners of art, craft and design (A levels, Highers and Advanced Highers)

Show and Tell, organised by The Photography Movement

thephotographymovement.com

The Photography Movement have teamed up with world-leading photographers, including Rankind, to create four workshop films which are freely available online. Designed for 11-18 year olds, the Show and Tell workshops and accompanying tasks are teaching children photography techniques (using smartphones) to support their mental wellbeing. The closing date for their Show and Tell exhibition is 10 Jan (14 Jan for NSEAD members) but the resources will be useful for home and remote learning at any time.

 

Sarabande Foundation talks

sarabandefoundation.org/pages/digital-content

Talks that address useful areas for students to consider such as ‘image ownership in the digital age’ and 'how to build a digital strategy'.

Sarabande Foundation was established at the bequest of the late Lee Alexander McQueen CBE as a charitable foundation to support emerging talent who are creatively fearless.

Ian Thompson, NSEAD, Widening Participation UAL

 

Open Culture

openculture.com

Open Culture share information about accessing museums, galleries and artworks around the world. They also share a wide range of open source tutorials on art and art history. Themes include: Aesthetics & the Philosophy of Art, Introduction to Visual Thinking; and Art Through Time: A Global View.

Dr Rachel Payne, Senior Lecturer in Art Education, President NSEAD

 

The Social Distancing Festival

socialdistancingfestival.com

The Social Distancing Festival is an online artist’s community made to celebrate and showcase the work of the many artists around the world who have been affected by the need for social distancing that has come about due to the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Dr Rachel Payne, Senior Lecturer in Art Education, President NSEAD

 

University of the Arts London Insights Website

insights.arts.ac.uk

Short stories and information for young people who are interested in finding out about studying art and design, fashion and communication at University. The ‘how to’ section has useful practical exercises for students to try out that relate to a wide range of visual arts disciplines.

Ian Thompson, NSEAD, Widening Participation UAL

 

TATE, 2020 Exam Prep themes

tate.org.uk/art/student-resource/exam-help

TATE shared a range of art works to help with last year's exam themes. They offer starting points, further inspiration and how have other artists have approached these or similar themes.