U3A Fun Photography

8 November 2023
The other week we welcomed a local Fun photography U3A group to the museum. We put together three sets of objects, which we hoped would inspire them. We chose objects that had colour, texture, reflection and interesting shapes. The three groupings included objects designed by Tom Dixon, objects used...
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Final blog post from MoDiP’s Student Creative, Lisa Moro

25 May 2022
Welcome to my final blog post where I am pleased to show my final outcome, ‘Hidden Workings’ for this project working with the MoDiP collection. I wanted to continue my previous practice using augmented reality for the work and have focused on three items from the collection. I chose these on the...
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Final blog post from MoDiP’s Student Creative, Jasmine Baker

4 May 2022
Hello everyone! Welcome to the third and final blog post and conclusion to my time with MoDiP as one of the ‘Student creatives’ for 2021-2022. In the last 21 weeks, I have had the chance to orchestrate my own project, one that reflects both my own practice as an illustrator as well as MoDiP’s...
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Student Creative Lisa Moro: Mid way!

9 March 2022
This is my second blog for this project, and it is interesting to look back and see how my ideas have developed over the months. I was initially thinking of something which would play with objects in a novel way, then started to think about more specifically domestic labour-saving items and how I...
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Student Creative Jasmine Baker: Welcome back!

2 March 2022
We’re about halfway there with the project, and I’ve been busy conjuring lots of colourful things in the last few weeks, which I’m super excited to share with you! To begin with, I visited the MoDiP Museum to view some of the wonders I’d found peering through the online gallery and spent a sunny...
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Introducing Lisa Moro, MoDiP Student Creative 2021/2022

19 January 2022
My name is Lisa Moro and I am in my final year of the BA Fine Art at AUB and am excited to have been chosen for the MoDiP Student Creative. Over the last few months, I have been exploring making work using Augmented Reality and my submission to MoDiP was to make work using AR as a medium. Fertility...
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Introducing Jasmine Baker, MoDiP Student Creative 2021/2022

12 January 2022
Hello there! I’m a current student of BA illustration in my final year at AUB and I’m fortunate enough to be one of MoDiP’s student creatives of 2021/2022. I’m really passionate about picture books. Why? Simply because there is something joyously magical, and entirely whimsical in illustrations for...
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MoDiP AUB Student Bursary 2021/2022

3 November 2021
Would you like to be the next MoDiP AUB Student Creative? Fancy the opportunity to get up close and personal with a museum collection? Want to see your work on display and inspire others? Well, here’s your chance… (We welcome applications from all disciplines.) Some examples of the work from past...
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An Orange Tree and a Bitter Orange Tree, Practices of Care

14 July 2021
Sarah Carne is a London-based independent artist and educator whose practice employs a wide range of forms including video, performance, text, conversation and drawing. She is interested by status, value and rank and how these determine the opportunities we access, the materials we use and how we...
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MyPlastic competition

17 February 2021
We are an AUB student team from the Creative Events Management course and we are running a competition to promote the re-launch of MoDiP's MyPlastic exhibition. The competition is open to everyone, students and the general public, for the chance to win a cash prize of £100. You may not realise that...
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Synthetica: a toxic enchantment ONLINE

16 September 2020
Synthetica is a chamber opera about plastics with libretto and music by Karen Wimhurst, created during her residency at MoDiP. Following my post of 22 July, I am pleased to share the good news that Arts Council England have agreed that, because of the shut down of theatres caused by Covid 19, we can...
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