Art is dead without an audience! Sharing, discussing, promoting, presenting and exhibiting are what art and design is about. Here are ways teachers can drive learning through different kinds of sharing.

As soon as your students realise that art and design is about communicating with and solving problems for an audience, they will instantly take more responsibility for what they produce. They will also realise that it is a two way process and that feedback is a critical element of progress. Here are some ideas of how to get the most out of tutorials, presentations and exhibitions.

Working on a Show as a Group – Case Study

Working on a Show as a Group – Case Study

Presenting work in a final exhibition might be the first time students have really engaged with a wide audience.  This article explores ways of making the process of producing a successful exhibition easier for students.

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Alternative Tutorial Methods

Alternative Tutorial Methods

Tutorials on a 1 to 1 basis between a student and a lecturer are the bedrock of art, design and media education. With a large class size, you may feel you can’t get enough time with each student. This resource looks at tutorials that circumvent the lecturer and puts the ...

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Making the Most of Presentations

Making the Most of Presentations

Presentations are a wonderful way of incentivising students to make more sophisticated and considered outcomes. This article looks at ways of embedding presentations into projects to maximise success.

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