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About this site

This website started in 2008, and has been developed by Neil Stoker and Emma Snow, as part of their artistic practice while students at Chelsea, and since graduating.   The project has been based on the principles that:

  • This site is student-led; we welcome input from the College, but it is an independent project
  • The site was set up to document the BA degree shows which didn’t happen in a comprehensive way – initially Fine Art, but then incorporating other courses that were interested in joining in.  The Graphics Design and BA Interior and Spatial Design courses run their own websites.
  • We aim to share the experience of the shows, and in addition help students showcase their work
  • As the site has developed, we have endeavoured to improve the experience for users and visitors, and increase the interactivity.  Hence the switch this year to a WordPress format, making it easier for students to be in control of their work, and enrich the information through tagging, as well as allowing commenting from visitors
  • Although we will develop the site, we encourage students from each course to take ownership of their part of the site – thus the 2010 Fine Art students developed their section completely independently
  • Participation is completely voluntary, and we aim to remain responsive to remove or alter images or information from students of all years
  • We welcome any comments and suggestions

Acknowledgements

We would like to thank the following people for their support and input this year.  Apologies if we have missed anyone out!:

  • The Fine Art catalogue committee – in particular James White, Natalie Bays and Lauren Houlton
  • Gill Addison, Caryn Simonson and Tomris Tangaz for their support as course/year leaders of Fine Art, Textile Design and FdA Interior Design respectively, and giving us space and time to speak to the students
  • The WordPress Community, and in particular the developers of the Grace photoblog theme, which we have adapted here, and the PhotoQ, Cimy User Manager and Cimy User Extra Fields plugins, which made the addition of 100s of users and images so much easier
  • Alexandra Jorge and Becky Fishman of ArtFinder for their friendly professionalism during the development of parallel iPad apps

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