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

Useful websites

Cultural Politics

Cultural Politics is a welcome and innovative addition in an academic universe already well populated with journals, it is carving out its own unique place—broad and a bit quirky.

Piranesi: 3D modelling of a fireplace

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A new film on the production of the 3 facsimiles of paintings by Caravaggio in San Luigi dei Francesi (in process)  Factum Arte and the Fondazione Giorgio Cini reached an agreement with the Mu

UAL Archives and Special Collections Online Catalogue

The archives and special collections of the University of the Arts London are composed of a rich and varied range of materials, some unique or rare, and examples

Image*After is a large online free photo collection

Image*After is a large online free photo collection. You can download and use any image or texture from our site and use it in your own work, either personal or commercial.

Totally Free - No royalties. No copyrights. Public Domain. Totally Free! Download/alter/sell/whatever! No attribution required! Use and enjoy!

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

Picbod a BA (Hons) Photography class at Coventry University

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Video: Adam Hopkins: 5 Top Tips for Storytelling from: #picbod (Picturing the body) is a

NAM web development overview and update 30/04/2012

To develop an innovative resource for teaching and learning that will integrate images, audio, video and multimedia pieces into an innovative resource.

Embedding OER Practice

Six teams have been set up to develop the use of OER in six areas of the student experience. The individual projects are listed below:


CPD4HE is part of the JISC/HEA Open Educational Resources programme, which aims to make high quality educational resources freely available, easily discovered online and routinely re-used