Wednesday, December 30, 2009
Posted by Roberta E. at 11:14 AM
Kogu inglise disaini, moe, kunsti, fotograafia, arhidektuuri, graafika, filmi, animatsiooni jne õpingud toetuvad ühel asjal. Selleks on püha ja väga tähtis FOUNDATION COURSE. Ehk siis see tähendab, et sa ei saa lihtsalt minna ja apply'da neile aladele, siis kui sa tahad..lampi. Ei! Selleks et saada BA'd tegema, pead sa olema läbinud Foundation Coursi, mis kestab aasta aega ning õpingud toimuvad samuti kõikides nendes ülikoolides/kunstikoolides ning selle aasta aja jooksul proovid sa läbi kõik võimalikud erinevad kunsti ja disaini ja moe ja arhidektuuri jne seonduvad asjad ning aasta lõpus valid selle, milles tahad oma BA teha ja teed lõputöö..ja voila! foundation course läbitud. See kõlab vb veidi nagu tegu oleks mingisuguse KURSUSEGA..a la mida saab koguaeg võtta ja teha.. kuid tegelikult on lood nii, et konkurents foundationile on kümme korda suurem, kui ühelegi BA'le..SEST kõik inimesed kes tahavad BA'd teha..ütleme 10st erinevast ainest..tahavad end mahutada kõigest ühele foundation coursile:)))
PLEASE NOTE: We are just as interested in seeing your research and development work as we are in seeing your final outcomes. Please ensure your portfolio contains evidence of primary and secondary research, ideas development and experimentation with media. We want to see sketchbook/notebook pages, worksheets, working drawings/notes etc.
· Your portfolio will not be returned.
What we look for
The admissions tutors will grade your portfolio against the five criteria listed below:
1. Visualisation skills:
Include evidence in the form of drawings you have made from observation of the world around you such as landscapes, cityscapes, interiors, people and objects. (Do not rely on drawings from photographs.) Also include experimental drawings, design ideas and developments, story boards,technical design drawings and sketchbooks.
2. Research and investigative skills:
Include evidence of your interests in culture and society and how that informs your art and design work. This could take many forms such as an interest in politics, the media, history, religion,philosophy, music, theatre, cinema, literature and new technologies. Be sure that you demonstrate the way in which you have used your research to inform and contextualize your art work.
3. Creative thinking and problem solving abilities:
Include evidence of how you have identified problems and what actions you took to solve them.Organise your work so all stages of the development and decision making are evident including your reflections and evaluations
4. Use of a range of materials and processes
Include evidence that demonstrates an exploratory and experimental use of a range of different media, materials and processes.
5. An interest in art, design or related subjects:
Include evidence that demonstrates your potential to achieve the Foundation Diploma and yourcommitment to and enthusiasm for art and design study. Evidence may be in the form of ideas, notes, research, photographs and sketches and must include work you have made outside of yourcourse/school work
How to prepare your portfolio
Please read this advice as it may help you achieve your ambitions!
· Make sure you have sufficient time to prepare your portfolio properly. A well presented portfolio takes a lot of time to organise so don’t disadvantage yourself by leaving it to the last minute! Your portfolio should be organised chronologically and thematically and sketchbooks referenced to final outcomes.
· Mount work on plain white cartridge paper, avoid using black paper for mounting and don't use card as it is heavy and expensive. This may mean remounting school work.
· Labelling of work should be unobtrusive. No large labels please
· Put your most recent work at the front of the portfolio (chronological)
· Arrange your work so that the admissions tutor can easily follow how you have developed an idea from the initial research through to the finished piece (thematic)
· Large, heavy and/or three dimensional work must be presented in photographic form. The photographs should be mounted on white paper and the media, dimensions and title written neatly underneath.
· Time restraints mean we will be unable to view films, videos or DVDs. You are advised to present this work in the form of storyboards and stills.
· Make sure you have removed everything from the portfolio that is not intended for review, i.e. don’t leave in empty sketchbooks, paper scraps or other irrelevant material.
· The quality of the work is more important that the quantity
· Include your sketchbooks and reflective journals – please ensure that all sketchbooks are securely labelled on the front with your name
· If you have studied design and technology don’t forget to include this work as well
· When you have prepared your portfolio, check it against the above recommendations
Posted by Roberta E. at 10:37 AM
nagu ma vist mõnes eelmises postituses mainisin,sain St.Martinsist toreda kirja ja lugesin kiirelt läbi ja olin väga õnnelik.
Foundation Diploma in Art and Design 2009-10 Entry - Portfolio Review
Thank you for your application to Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, University of the Arts London. We are pleased to inform you that we shall be shortly assessing portfolio’s...
ja palju muud infot selle kohta. uuuesti vaadates avastasin et on kaasa pandud ka ättätšment.
What happens to my application if I am rejected?
If you are not successful you will be notified, and the procedure for an offer of a place at another college will be explained. You will be expected to log on to the University wide clearing system to put forward your application for a second choice. This is solely your responsibility. This system will be based on a first come first served basis.
What happens to my portfolio?
Your portfolio will be put through the clearing system and forwarded on to your second choice. Please note that it will not be returned.
missmõttes nagu? mitte et mul oleks vaja minna vestlustele ja portfolio reviewdele ka teistesse koolidesse pärast seda??? mida tähendab et ma ei saa oma töid tagasi :D
ma tõesti ei tahaks kõiki fotosid ja maale ja sketchbooke st.martinsile ära kinkida..isegi kui ma sinna sisse peaks saama. mis ei ole ka muidugi üldse kindel asi. no täiesti lõpp!!!!!
no eks ma siis nüüd istun ja mõtlen ja nuputan et mis edasi..saata v mitte saata..minna või mitte minna..ANDA ÄRA OMA KÕIK TÖÖD või mitte ära anda:))))
Posted by Roberta E. at 10:27 AM
Monday, December 28, 2009
Thursday, December 24, 2009
Olen läbinud esimese nö kärpimisvooru ning mind oodatakse vestlusele Central St.Martinsisse juba veebruaris. me is veeeryveery happy:)
Posted by Roberta E. at 11:16 AM
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Vogue.com revealed new faces of 2010 HERE
jaa jeesjees.. minu kallis bestikas (oi kuidas ma vihkan seda sõna!:D) ilutseb seal.
ja ega siin midagi muud öelda ei olegi:))))
tema nr fänn!
Monday, December 21, 2009
Jube hea on postitada siia igast toredaid asju tagantjärgi, mis mind viimasel ajal on mõtlema pannud elust ja asjadest, või liigutanud mingil määral, või muutunud seda kuidas ma asju näen ja mõtlen. Oma viimasel nädalal UK's otsustasin(tegelikult oli ka viimane aeg..kooliprojektid nõuavad selliseid asju ja ma olin koguaeg aja puudumise tõttu seda edasi lükanud) külastada taas oma ühte lemmikut galleriid The Photographer's Gallery. see asub täpselt Oxford st'l..niiet kui te keegi sattute londonisse kasvõi päevakeseks..ning olete muidugi turistilõksude keerises ja picadillys ja oxford st..ja teid huvitab fotograafia kasvõi nati-nati...siis hüpake läbi! te ei kahetse:)
Since 2003, Magnum photographer Jim Goldberg (b.1953, USA) has been photographing and collecting stories through a range of media: Polaroids, video, written text, ephemera, large and medium format photographs. The exhibition installation reflects his dynamic approach to documentary through dense displays of images, objects and text.
The Polaroids on show have often been defaced and written on by the people they portray. The words and images combine to tell intimate stories of past and present experiences. Faces and features are sometimes scratched out, coloured in, or marked in some way. Larger-scale colour photographs depicting landscapes from the subjects’ countries of origin appear both poetic and dystopic in equal measure. One image shows a young family walking along a sunlit road, while another is of a man standing on a vast rubbish tip holding a dead goat salvaged from the debris.
Part of an ongoing project by Goldberg, Open See confronts us with the realities of migration and the conditions for desiring escape.
- Roberta E.
- London, Surrey, United Kingdom
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Art and design have always had an important place in my life. Since my early childhood, when I travelled with my parents (who have been in the shoe design business over 20 years now), from one shoe fair to another, I knew that this was something I wanted to do in my future.
My multicultural background, mother who is Russian and father from Estonia, has helped me to understand different cultures and stories behind them, which has influenced my artwork a lot. Being fluent in Russian, English, Estonian and studying French for 7 years has given me many opportunities in design world.
I’ve been interested in photography for years and developed my photographic skills, using darkroom and digital photography (e.g photoshop) in my A-level photography course. My photographic work is influenced by Magnum photographers and Steven Meisel, who takes fashion photography to whole new level.
I try to connect my artwork and photography as much as possible and different workshops and extensive research(including screen printing-8 weeks, art textiles-6 weeks, 2 x 6 weeks life drawing etc) have taught me how to do it in more visually interesting ways.
Robert Rauschenberg and Christian Boltanski are two artists, who have influenced my work the most. I admire how Rauschenberg has used screen printing and 3D objects in his “combines” . Lately, I’ve become more and more interested in installations, because Boltanski’s work impressed me so much. It is amazing how much his artwork can challenge and question our minds in relation to our perception of life and death.
I was winner of multiple fashion and design competitions, including Estonian’s Best Young Fashion Designer 2007 and The Pink Scissors Grand Prix 2006. On 2007, I was also invited to organize the Pink Scissors show, which was a great experience. I learned so much about entire fashion industry and media, which also helped me to develop my organisational skills. Winning Quelle’s,the International shopping catalogue’s, design competition in 2007 has been one of the highlights of my life. An entire range(7 garments) of my designs were produced in large numbers, sold online and in “Quelle” catalogue as a special edition part of the Spring/Summer 2008 collection.
I’ve also been running an Estonian fashion and art blog and was a fashion editor in a Estonian national student newspaper from 2006-2007, before I came to England.
From 2006-2009, I worked in multiple places in design industry. From 2006 to 2008, I was assistant shoe buyer in Suurtuki Kinga- ja Nahaari, visited design fairs in Italy, Riva del Garda and met people who has been involved in this business for years. From 2007-2008 I worked with Quelle and designers from the Hula group, who helped me to make my designs more commercial. In 2008 I worked with Estonian photographer Mardo Mannimagi as a model and became very interested in photography. I spent part of summer 2009 working in Tiina Talumees couture house to get some more work experience in that field. I've worked with new estonian brand Tallinn Dolls and helped them develop and promote their brand. Also, being part of styling team in magazine MOOD, Eesti Naine and Marie Claire Estonia, has been such an honour and a really good experience.
Workshops, work experience, research and my cultural background have all made me really open about different aspects of Art and Design. I love to challenge myself and break lines between art, design, fashion and photography. If my artwork and photographs challenge people’s minds and make a small change at how people see things around them, then I think I have achieved what I have set out to do.