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

OER reuse

Sand Casting - PART ONE with Philip White and Jenny Dunseath

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PART ONE - Sand Casting Process with Philip White and Jenny Dunseath in the foundry at Camberwell college of Art London.

The appropriation artist

The use and reuse of rich media is familiar territory for artists and a fundamental part of arts practice, below are some recent examples of artist appearing in high profile court cases defending t

Co-editing experiment

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This video demonstrates a really low tech, quick demonstration/example/experiment of how an editor and a content producer could save time and edit together without having to be in the same space, l

Screen Recording using QuickTime X

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Learn how to use the new screen recording feature of QuickTime X in Snow Leopard. It provides basic video screen capture ability.

William Furlong, Speaking of Art

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William Furlong belongs to the generation of British
artists (which includes Gilbert & George, Bruce McLean
and Richard Long) that developed a new concept of

Did Hans Namuth Kill Jackson Pollock?

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In 2006 visualintelligences.com held a Symposia : Did Hans Namuth Kill Jackson Pollock?

Handheld Learning 2007 - Marc Prensky, Keynote

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I referenced this video in my PG Cert action reserch project: I thick parts of this talk relate well to the concept of dig

Xpert Attribution tool

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This is a brilliant creative commons media search, the returned results are all embed with the Creative commons attribution information in the found content so reducing the amount of time taken to

OER Infrastructure polarities

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Where are we now and where are we going?

Flash meeting

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Flashmeeting is an academic research project aimed at understanding the nature of online events and helping users to meet and work more effectively.