UAL student competition sponsored by the ALTO project
University of the Arts London is developing an open educational resource – a digital platform in which staff and students create, collaborate and share teaching and learning material
CREATE <> COLLABORATE <> SHARE <> PROMOTE
The aims are of the OER (Open Education Resource) projects are:
CREATE dynamic teaching material that communicates the excellence of UAL
COLLABORATE with other UAL colleges and develop tools and policy to support these activities
SHARE these learning resources in a free and open manner using Creative Commons Licenses
PROMOTE the work of staff and students internally and with the world, and highlight the good practice in our learning and teaching culture
Using the above ideas, create an artwork that communicates these concepts. From a video, work of art, poster, performance or a garment – choose any medium that can best define these UAL values.
3 prizes of £1000 each
You are required to document your creative process online at http://process.arts.ac.uk/
Login to process.arts using your UAL user name and password, create a personal profile, (see how to login and create a profile)
Click on the create content tab, start uploading content showing your progress (see how to upload content)
For more information on getting started and help links visit
Deadline for hand in will be Friday 11th November 2011
Prize will be judged by Donald Smith, Curator of Chelsea Space and Chelsea Future Space (TBC), Kay Barron Fashion features editor GRAZIA magazine, Michael Czerwinski from The Design Museum.
Winners will be announced on 23rd November 2011 at Camberwell Space.
Terms and Conditions:
- Competition is open to all students across University of the Arts London, individuals and groups may enter
- All submissions will be licenced under a Creative Commons share alike licence and can be used in the future to promote ALTO
- You are required to document your creative process online athttp://process.arts.ac.uk/ - Login to process.arts using your UAL user name and password, create a personal profile, click on the create content tab, start uploading content showing your progress, we advise the use of CC,NC,BY, license IMPORTANT please make sure you include the #ALTO-COMP tag in all your posts, only posts with he #ALTO-COMP will be judged, for more information on getting started and help links visit - http://process.arts.ac.uk/category/discipline/help
- Three prizes, of £1000 each, will be given to the named applicants
Any questions please add a comment below.