- Three-year degree
- Purpose-built ‘North Light’ studios
- Regular London visits
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Developing your art practice is the focus of the course, therefore our curriculum is carefully designed for you to do this by offering a range of activities that will help you to thoroughly understand how your materials and concepts work together.
The first year encourages you to broadly experiment with different approaches in a mixed discipline studio. In the second and third years, you select a specialist zone of practice to work in; painting, sculpture, or media and performance.
You'll have the chance to go on national and international trips. Previous years have included Amsterdam, Paris, Berlin, New York and Krakow. We also have regular trips to London.
Our team are specialists in disciplines that span the industry. You can read more about their experience by browsing their staff profiles below.
We employ a variety of teaching methods including lectures, seminars, group critiques, demonstrations, workshops and more.
Due to the wide range of practices in contemporary art, the course is broad-based and operates a flexible studio policy, adapting to the changing character of each incoming cohort, resourcing the studios accordingly.
Independent learning is fundamental to your progression on the course – we also have scheduled supervised studio and workshop time should you need the support or a technician or tutor.
Our Alumni become leading contributors in a variety of Fine Art disciplines; creating, making or teaching.
This course can lead to a variety of career destinations, from gallery assistants, managers or founders, to practicing artists, art therapists or prop makers for international film studios. Where will this course take you?
Contact hours include scheduled teaching and supervised workshop and studio time.