Part One: 'To the Great Beyond'. My guide to the leap from undergrad to postgrad.

Part One: 'To the Great Beyond'. My guide to the leap from undergrad to postgrad.

So there I was, 21 years young, bright eyed and bushy tailed, eagerly clutching at my achingly fresh new stationary and settling down to my first masters level class in Cookworthy Building. I was ready! Dr Péter Bokody commenced his lesson, and within five minutes I was thinking to myself: "omg - I am not ready!".

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Some musings on International Women's Day

Some musings on International Women's Day

I wrote a thesis on the representations of female sexuality in Germany, exploring feminist Art History and the history of LGBTQ citizens in Weimar and Nazi era Germany, so the editors suggested that I write this blog, in the hopes I might have something useful to contribute. Here's my 10 pence on the subject and some of the ways feminism matters to and has influenced me. Enjoy! 

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My Applicant Day

My Applicant Day

It has been quite some time since my Applicant Day, which makes me feel like a real old bean!

My Applicant Day was in 2012, I needed to bring my art portfolio down with me as for my degree required an interview. So, with my nervous clammy little hands on my big plastic wallet full of prints and sketchbooks, I packed my bag and set my google maps destination for Plymouth.

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My study tips

My study tips

I have never met a single person in my whole life who isn’t good at studying or learning. I have however met plenty of people who haven’t figured out yet how they learn best and many more who don’t plan far enough ahead and get all tangled up when the horizon the deadline was on is suddenly a few short metres away.

So, here’s a few things I’ve picked up along the way. 

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