|Project Action Plan and Timetable|
|Activity / What you are intending to do – including independent study||Resources / What you will need to do it – including access to workshops|
|30/1/17||Introduction to Unit 7 – lecture
Pre proposal preparation
Review of work to date
Create new blog
|Used files from lecture to understand FMP
Used Pinterest for initial starting points
WordPress for blog
|2||13/2/17||Half Term – initial research
Preparation of pitch
|Cirque du Soleil film on Netflix,
Research poems, Shakespeare’s books, try to create storyline for costume theme
|Create PowerPoint as a way to present my ideas.
Feedback from tutors for FMP theme and start to develop on it.
Start proposal using guideline sheet
Experimental fire and ice samples
Vlog of week
|Take out library books, drawing my interpretations of fire and ice, glue gun techniques, using wading to create 3d textiles, dye fabric, sew into plastic, stitch and slash. Vlog to evaluate weekly outcome|
Fire and Ice primary research
Vlog of week
|Looms, warping and weaving workshop with textiles technician, ice cube and clumps, camera, tripod, camera light, Bunsen burner, elements to change colour of Bunsen flame. Vlog to evaluate weekly outcome|
|6||13/3/17||2D Felting workshop
Begin to create designs for costumes
Tutorial with Jamie
Vlog of week
|Workshop in textiles with the textile technician on how to make my own felt. Tutorial to see if Jamie can give me any other artist references and to have a critical evaluation of my work to see where he thinks I am working at. Vlog to evaluate weekly outcome|
Illustration development – faces
Vlog of week
|Create designs for possible final outcomes – using pencils, dyes and fine-liners. Create vanishing fabric samples using words based on love and feud. Try and create my own style for illustrations. Vlog to evaluate weekly outcome|
|8||27/3/17||Further design and illustration development
Begin to consider finalising designs
|Collage photocopies of my samples and use them to create possible costume outcomes. Look at designs and consider possible outcomes. Take designs and photocopy onto acetate to sew them together and develop further.|
|9||3/4/17||Begin to create garment
Festival of Making Garments
Find models for festival of making
|Taking one of the designs using materials to start to create life size version.. Facebook posts, ask friends.|
|Finish weave dress
Design and finish ice garment
Find song for fashion show
|Continuing to weave with dress idea. Create a more structured design for ice dress and then make it. Find a song that has a good beat and rhythm for models in fashion show.|
|Radio interview about festival of making at radio Lancashire
Finish fire cape
Have a through think about exhibition ideas
Book studio for next week
Festival of making fashion show
Rehearsal on the stage
|Interview at radio Lancashire talking about my work and the festival of making. Sew all fire pieces together to form a cape. Decide how I would like to present my work in the exhibition. Book studio for Thursday 11th May. Style garments for fashion show & have rehearsal on stage|
Photoshoot of garments
|Studio space to photograph work with one of the photography students – hand in work|
|15||15/5/17||Hang Exhibition ( prep studio)||Prep studio by clearing space and old work. Put up boards to reshape the room into a better exhibition space. Gum-strip boards and paint all boards white.|
Submit blog link, submission pack ( including authentication form, work plan, proposal, evaluation and bibliography)
|Bring my exhibition ideas to life by trying different ideas of hanging or whether it would look better on a mannequin. Try paper sizes for options of photograph sizes.|
|29/5/17||Spring Bank Holiday
|5/6/17||Assessment Unit 7
|12/6/17||Assessment Unit 7
|19/6/17||Exhibition Private View 21/6/17
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After all the hard work of sanding and painting, we got allocated spaces where we began to set up our work.
I haven’t set up the photographs as of yet because I need mounting board from college which is due to come after half term, however, I placed A1 and A2 paper onto the boards to decide which would be too big or too small.
I think that the A2 is definitely too small and I even think that the A1 is too small so I have made the decision to use photo size of A0.
I have narrowed my photograph options down too, two possible options;
I like this composition because I like how they are back to back and I think that they work really well and are strong together
This is my tutors favourite composition and she feels it is a lot stronger together than option 1 and I have to 100% agree; I love the movement of the hair on the fire photograph as I feel it really represents fire and its movement well and I think it contrasts the ice garment really well because ice is static and strong and I think that the positioning of the model and the staticness on the photograph works well together.
Therefore, I will be using option 2 in my exhibition.
Setting up the classroom for the exhibition consisted of cleaning the classroom of old work, tables, drawers, scrap paper and rubbish.