Amina Akhmedova and Simbi Juwon-Sulaiman are current students at UAL. They share their experiences of assessment in Fine Art and Graphic Design.
Talking us through their journeys in applying to university, Amina and Simbi explore their experiences of feedback. They make an urgent case for staff and students to build confidence to speak about intersectional identities in assessment and groups crits.
This session took place online during the ‘Belonging through assessment: Pipelines of compassion’ symposium on 21st October 2021.
The symposium forms part of the QAA Collaborative Enhancement Project 2021 and is a partnership between University of the Arts London (UAL), Glasgow School of Art (GSA) and Leeds Arts University (LAU).