• Connecting Passion With Prospect is a creative networking tool for the University of Dundee’s ACES(Access to Creative Education in Scotland) project that links young people’s hobbies with creative practice to give them a pathway into Higher Education. This tool will allow them to connect with others who have similar interests, work on creative briefs and share their artwork while receiving support and advice from the art college. This will be a remote tutor to help them work towards creating a better portfolio.

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My Project – An Update 2

My final concept: Connecting Passion With Prospect is a creative networking tool for the University of Dundee’s ACES(Access to Creative Education in Scotland) project that links young people’s hobbies with creative practice to give them a pathway into Higher Education. This tool will allow them to connect with others who have similar interests, work on … Continue reading

Poster Prototype

This is my first prototype of my poster. I already know that it will no doubt change. So for this one each of the 5 squares along the top and down the right will be raised at the same height. The big group of squares on the left will be a collage of different emails … Continue reading

Post its post its post its!

A clear out is needed, too many post its: Collect my thoughts through some Affinity Mapping: Then some more: To refine it into this slightly more manageable and understandable mess:

Exhibition Space Prototype 2

This is the second prototype for my exhibition layout. It’s a bigger space, however I already I see that things need to be changed. The dark shadows to the middle right are shelfs, now looking at it they might not be needed, it looks like they would cover up my journey squares that are underneath … Continue reading

Exhibition Space Prototype 1

This is the first prototype of my exhibition space, it might be a bit cramped. I don’t have a good relationship with “white space,” I don’t like an area to seem empty so I may have the tendency to fill it up too much. I want my main board to contain the bulk of the … Continue reading

Validating My Data

To validate my data I will be taking into consideration Lincoln and Guba’s Evaluation Criteria: Credibility – confidence in the ‘truth’ of the findings Transferability – showing that the findings have applicability in other contexts Dependability – showing that the findings are consistent and could be repeated Confirmability – a degree of neutrality or the extent to which the findings of … Continue reading

Qualitative Approaches

Although I think that half/one day workshops would be best, I am still worried if I can obtain enough data. I will focus more on qualitative data since the group numbers and length of workshops will be short. Case Study: This can only happen if I choose to have the same participants in all of my … Continue reading

Adapting My Workshops

From a tutorial meeting it was pointed out that it would probably be best to do half/single day workshops and possible progress to two days. Since I had already got the bulk of my weeklong workshop orginised I was slightly disheartened and my head was crammed with confusion so I decided to release all my … Continue reading

Measuring Creative Expression

As my project has evolved, I have come to realise that there may be some who have issues with expressing their creativity. I decided to get a bit creative with my questionnaires to see just how comfortable people are. I gave my participants a question sheet and told them to write their answers in the … Continue reading

Exhibition Space

This is the first sketch of my exhibition space, it’s very rough. On my main big board I want to have detailed information about my project for people who want to read it, I’m not sure yet how I want to set it out. However I would like to have a digital frame embedded into … Continue reading

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