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

Foundation 3D Wiki

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A Blog developed byDavid Fusco  - http://foundation3d.myblog.arts.ac.uk/

Blog- Sherrelle talks about her experiences at UAL

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Interesting Blog, worth keeping an eye on as Sherrelle talks about her experiences at UAL http://sherrelle.mybl

James O'Leary disusses drawing from drawing at The British Museum

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Postgraduate art students and UAL faculty had the opportunity to study and take

Introduction to ALTO and process.arts at #ocwcglobal

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In this video John Casey and Chris Follows from the University of the arts London discuss the Arts Learn

Runners and risers - the loss wax process - bronze casting - Part two

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Runners and risers Chelsea college of art alumni Marco Chiandetti describes the early stages of the loss wax process for his bronze casts prior to his final MA exhibition.

Developing Professional Online Identities project details

DIAL, Learn-IT, CLTAD and SEE are developing a joint pilot project addressing Professional Online Identities aimed at UAL students and staff. The project will identify and develop specifi

Camberwell Material Library

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Camberwell Material Library (created by Site created by Isabelle Tasseff-Elenkoff) is a research tool for students and staf

The loss wax process Introduction - Bronze casting - Part one

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PART 1 – The loss wax process Introduction - The loss wax process described by Chelsea college of art alumni Marco Chiandetti, supported by UAL foundry staff John Nicoll and Richard Elliott.

1st stage plaster - the loss wax process - bronze casting - Part three

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1st stage plaster - Chelsea college of art alumni Marco Chiandetti describes the early stages of the loss wax process for his bronze cast prior to his final MA exhibition.

Pit preparation - loss wax process - part five

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Pit preparation - Chelsea college of art alumni Marco Chiandetti describes the early stages of the loss wax process for his bronze cast prior to his final MA exhibition.