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Wimbledon College of Art

Life Drawing class

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Short video clip during a Life Drawing class by Laurence Noga at Wimbledon foundation September 2010/11

Project Title: MISREMEMBERINGS

Interviews with the Winners of creative enterprise awards 2010

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Congratulations to Elizabeth Hepworth who has won the 'Successful freelancer' prize of the

Antony Gormley talk - Wimbledon College of Art

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On 4 October 2010 Antony Gormley, the English sculptor most famous for the

Foundation Drawing Exhibition Foyer Gallery at Merton Hall Road, Private View 5 -10 October 2010

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Images from the Foundation Drawing Exhibition Foyer Gallery at Merton Hall Road, Private View 5 -10 October 2010.

Life size cartoon Resin models

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Life size resin models of two cartoon characters created from 2D cartoon drawings for an exhibition in Stoke on Trent, these images show the process from beginning to end.

Stop motion Animation in progress, English Plus Film short course

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Stop motion Animation in progress - experimental short films made during a Short course called English Plus Film held at The University of the arts London, Wimbledon College of Art July 2010

English Plus Film short course

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Selection of Images of the English Plus Film short course July 2010, video of the work completed on the short course with descriptions of how each piece was made can be

Lisa savin Wimbledon Foundation 2010 (interview)

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Lisa Savin talks about her work at the Wimbledon School of Foundation exhibition 2010.

Press moulded ceramic sphere (Part 2)

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This is a demonstration showing how to make a press moulded ceramic sphere, which is burnished and low fired. (Part 2)

Rebecca Smith Wimbledon Foundation 2010 (interview)

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Interview Rebecca Smith at Wimbledon Foundation 2010, in discussion with Fine Art area leader Laurence Noga on 8 June 2010.