The course considers fine art in its widest sense, which means you can either test out many different approaches or choose to specialise in one.

We offer a wide range of workshops from painting, drawing and printmaking to sculpture, video and digital media, providing you with a solid foundation in testing the physical and conceptual potential of materials.

Regular lectures, group critiques, artist talks, study visits and independent study all assist in developing your practical and critical faculties. We have an outstanding teaching team of permanent tutors, technicians and visiting professional artists who are on-hand to assist you in developing your work.

You will become part of a supportive community of ambitious artists, and will have the option to engage in international and national exhibition and residency projects. We currently have exhibition and residency opportunities in Athens, Copenhagen, Milan and Venice, as well as visiting other international cities on residential study visits. Our course fosters a flexible and entrepreneurial attitude by encouraging the consideration of the broader cultural environment, to help you understand your place within it. You will leave as an independent thinker with confidence in your own practice.

Highly-motivated graduates from this course go on to become leading contributors in a variety of fine art disciplines, whether as the next generation of contemporary artists, inspiring teachers, curators, or as assistants to renowned artists.