This site is a static archive of Process Arts, an open online repository of arts learning resources that was active from 2009 - 2017

OER arts resources

Creative Commons licences explained

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By Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand with support from InternetNZ. To find out more about Creative Commons in New Zealand visit us at

Practicing Open Education - EPADE: E Pedagogies for Art & Design Excellence

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Practicing Open Education, recording of the event at Kingston in 2011, Paul Postle provides a excellent overview and insight to art and design OER in 2011 see from 21:00 and mentions process.arts 3

future learning spaces

Last October Owen Kelly and  Stefan Sonvilla-Weiss organised the seventh

Screenwriting course from University College Falmouth

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A free online 10 unit screenwriting course from University College Falmouth's MA Professional Writing -

AccessArt: How to use pencil measurements in life drawing

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Recently came across AccessArt a charity committed to furthering the advancement o

Visual Arts Data Service (VADS)

Visual Arts Data Service (VADS) Free Image sharing site, a place to find images.

The Open College of the Arts producing OERs

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Over the last two years the The Open College of the Arts have been producing regular and really high quality videos of artists talking, demonstrating their processes etc and students talking about

Learning studio ALTO & DIAL

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In this video Chris Follows introduces an overview of JISC funded projects at UAL including  ALTO and the new DIAL project (all links below)  Chris joins the Learning Studio group 15/11/1

Exploring reuse of open educational resource in art & design practice based learning & teaching.

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This (updated paper, post conference) aims to encourage feedback and debate around issues of how we best identify and evaluate the most effectiv

sp-ark the Sally Potter archive

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The Sally Potter archive has loads of great film and video resources, the all-new site will be launched this September, including thousands of new archive materials and a unique vide