Judy Nolan
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This is the contents page for Textiles 1: Mixed Media for Textiles.

Each Part of the course has Stages: Research; Sample-making; Recording outcomes; Sorting.
On this page Sample-making and Recording outcomes are grouped under the individual projects. Research, final Sorting, and a Review are shown separately but individual posts may also be linked to specific projects as appropriate.

Please use the return arrow in your browser to return to this page after following a link.

Preparation

Goals:

  • Make the course my own.
  • Take risks and challenge myself.
  • Surprise myself.
  • Enjoy myself.

See also my introductory post here.
 
Tentative Time plan:

  • Assignment 1: 25 May 2015
  • Assignment 2: 3 August 2015
  • Assignment 3: 12 October 2015
  • Assignment 4: 4 January 2015 (was 21 December 2015 – extended due to year end break)
  • Assignment 5: 28 March 2016 (was 14 March 2016)

Ready for July 2016 assessment.

Submission for Assessment
Documentation of Submission for Assessment, including soft versions of presentation books (for ease of access to referenced blog posts): 15 May 2016

Part 1: Surface Distortion

Select sections below, or click here to view all (in order posted).
Research: Click to view
Project 1 – Folding and crumpling: Click to view
Project 2 – Tearing and cutting: Click to view
Project 3 – Heating and fusing: Click to view
Project 4 – Scratching and embossing: Click to view
Project 5 – Puncturing and stitching: No exercises attempted.
Project 6 – Personal extension: An exploration of 3D design and printing. Click here to go to the Overview, which includes links to all relevant posts.
Sketchbook: Click to view. Some additional items are embedded with exercises and research.
Sorting: Click to view
Reflection: Click to view
Image board of samples: https://www.pinterest.com/fibresofbeing/mixed-media-for-textiles-assignment-1/
Other – Exhibitions, lectures, workshops, reading etc during time period of Part 1: Click to view
Tutor feedback: Tutor’s feedback; Initial response; further actions taken collated in next assignment review here.

Part 2: Joining and wrapping

Select sections below, or click here to view all (in order posted).
Research: Click to view Note: Additional research material was included within Project posts, and is not included in this link.
Research image board: Click to view
Project 1 – Joining: Click to view
Project 2 – Wrapping: Click to view
Sketchbook: Click to view Note: Most sketchbook work was included within Research and Project posts, and is not included in this link.
Sorting: Click to view
Reflection: Click to view
Image board of samples: Click to view
Other – Exhibitions, lectures, workshops, reading etc during time period of Part 2: Click to view
Tutor feedback: Tutor’s feedback; My reflection.

Part 3: Molding and casting

Select sections below, or click here to view all (in order posted).
Research: Click to view Note: Additional research material was included within Project posts, and is not included in this link.
Research image board: Click to view
Project 1 – Molding: Click to view
Project 2 – Casting: Click to view
Sketchbook: Click to view
Sorting: Click to view
Reflection: Click to view
Image board of samples: Click to view
Other – Exhibitions, lectures, workshops, reading etc during time period of Part 3: Click to view
Tutor feedback: Tutor’s feedback; My reflection

Part 4: Mono and collatype printing

Select sections below, or click here to view all (in order posted).
Research: Click to view Note: Additional research material was included within Project posts, and is not included in this link.
Research image board: Click to view
Project 1 – Monoprinting: Click to view
Project 2 – Collatype printing : Click to view
Sketchbook: Limited sketching included in main post with related prints
Sorting: Click to view
Reflection: Click to view
Image board of samples: Click to view
Other – Exhibitions, lectures, workshops, reading etc during time period of Part 4: Click to view
Tutor feedback: Tutor’s feedback; My reflection.

Part 5: A final piece

Select sections below, or click here to view all (in order posted).
Stage 1 Review: Click to view
Stage 2 Research: Click to view
Research image board: Click to view
Stage 3 Sample-making: Click to view
Stage 4 Recording outcomes: Click to view (Note: most Recording entries are categorised uner Sample-Making)
Stage 5 Sorting: Click to view
Stage 6 Prototype/maquette-making: Click to view
Stage 7 Reflection: Click to view
Image board of samples: Click to view
Sketchbook: Click to view
Other – Exhibitions, lectures, workshops, reading etc during time period of Part 5: Click to view
Tutor feedback: Tutor’s feedback; My reflection. Discussion of changes to final work including additional video documentation as result of feedback included in Part 5 submission document (link to pdf). My physical assessment submission contained numerous samples in response to a tutor comment.

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