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Events of the last year have presented so many different challenges for all walks of life, including UCA students who have had to constantly adjust plans and take new approaches to make their work. One example can be found on the BA (Hons) Film & Digital Art course. Normally, students would exhibit the work from their Maps and Networks unit on campus, but this year that was not possible. So, with the help of their tutors and technicians, students came up with a fully online exhibition experience, entitled Torn Together . Students were able to create work under five themes — Constellations, Dependency, Boundary, Persona and Debris — that all connect together under the umbrella of community and the necessity of creativity. They posted their work-in-progress on a dedicated Instagram page @torntogetherfda, before sharing their final pieces in a new online publication. Finally, they worked with Emmanuelle Waeckerlé from UCA’s The bookRoom Press and Adam Thomas’ InDesign zine workshop to develop and design a series of zines to complement the project. #WeareUCA #MakersofUCA #Gamesart #gamesartist #gameartwork #gamearts #gameartanddesign #gamesartstudent #gameart #digitalpainting #digitalillustration #digitalartwork #digitalarts #digitaldrawing #digitaldraw #digital_painting #digitalpaint #digitalartist
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