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Rui Shu / Contemporary Art & Open Learning (2021-2022)[SEM1]

Week 10 Fair2021: Inhabiting Practice

This week I have completed Inhabiting Practice of Art & Open Learning Fair 2021 Thursday 25th November at the Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop. During activity one, I found myself inwardly critical, reflecting on the reliability and validity of the open learning… Continue Reading →

Week 9 The fair of a Tool/kit time planning

In this workshop, we tried to map and illustrate our tool/kit presentation by going through the steps given here. I chose to focus on the plans for the fair. This is because I have to do it in thirty minutes,… Continue Reading →

Week 7 My ideas for Artistic Assignment practice

In this week I have considered how to invite ‘learners’ to participate in my practice. Also how they can co-create the practice with the ‘learners’. I found myself questioning the engagement and effectiveness of my ‘Inhabiting practice’ art toolkit ‘I… Continue Reading →

Week 9 Inhabiting Practice / Playtest Toolkit II

Wednesday’s classwork, Jake led the session, and we all went back to Blue Basho, where I remembered that we presented our kits last week. In this session, we had a timed walkthrough. I was confident because I had rehearsed it… Continue Reading →

Week 8 Inhabiting Practice / Playtest I

On Tuesday, we at Blue Basho discussed the art toolkit for the workshop. For me, I needed to prepare the tasks and materials for the workshop. First, with Neil’s support, we tried to develop the toolkit, and each person shared… Continue Reading →

Week 6 What is a learner?

I think learning varies a lot between disciplines, but learners have in common. I notice that Neil and Jake give different roles – learners. So, for me, under the arts, who are we learning for? What do learners learn for?… Continue Reading →

Week 6 / Open Learning in Practice and / Planning for Learners

This week, I have been learning about how we can look at the process of moving from knowledge to action. Throughout the previous week, I have focused on examining and exploring my ‘Open Learning in Practice and Planning for Learners…. Continue Reading →

Week 5 | Educational Turn Redux

This week, our Blue Basho has been thinking about returning to work on the educational ‘Turning’ marginalia we produced. We have focused on examining and exploring some key examples of the ‘Educational Turn’ in contemporary art throughout the previous weeks…. Continue Reading →

Week 4 | (Un)Learning (crosstalk) Art Assignments

I attended the seminar about unlearning (crosstalk) on Tuesday, 12th October 2021. Neil and Jake conducted this workshop. They lead us to research the teaching practice of the learning module on ‘open and modding’. The content of this lesson was… Continue Reading →

Week 4 Class Assignment: D-I-Y Learning Learning Theory

Art Assignment: Make a protest sign and protest Make a protest poster to protest against social concerns publicly and remind the public and government what needs to be changed. INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Creating sign board. 2.Write a sentence describing what you… Continue Reading →

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