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    I have two upcoming interviews in the next two to three weeks and I have not started mounting or presenting my work yet. Have you any idea of how long this will take? I have all the work ( I still need to print a few pictures off), but I am not entirely sure how to present it and in what order? Also, how many boards/ sheets do you reckon I will need? I have been told to mount my work on either just boards or cartridge paper, but I have work on both... Any advice would be appreciated Thanks.
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    Hi,

    I have two upcoming interviews in the next two to three weeks and I have not started mounting or presenting my work yet. Have you any idea of how long this will take? I have all the work ( I still need to print a few pictures off), but I am not entirely sure how to present it and in what order? Also, how many boards/ sheets do you reckon I will need? I have been told to mount my work on either just boards or cartridge paper, but I have work on both... Any advice would be appreciated Thanks.
    Don't worry too much about the presentation - use either boards or cartridge paper or both. The main thing is to think about which pieces to include and the order you want to include them. It's better to have fewer pieces and more development/notebooks accompanying them than to bung everything you've ever produced. Include things you've finished and works in progress and as much variety in media as possible (a key part of all foundation diplomas is the exploration phase where you experiment with different media so showing that you're interested in that and can benefit from trying new things is a good thing).
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    Don't worry too much about the presentation - use either boards or cartridge paper or both. The main thing is to think about which pieces to include and the order you want to include them. It's better to have fewer pieces and more development/notebooks accompanying them than to bung everything you've ever produced. Include things you've finished and works in progress and as much variety in media as possible (a key part of all foundation diplomas is the exploration phase where you experiment with different media so showing that you're interested in that and can benefit from trying new things is a good thing).
    Thank you!
 
 
 
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