BA (Hons) coursesDrawing

Course Outline

The progressive structure of the BA (Hons) Drawing course promotes the development of individual learning and follows a student-centred approach.

The course gives you the opportunity to focus either on developing expertise in a specific area of drawing practice, or to take a broader approach that combines a number of disciplines.

Throughout the course you will be encouraged to work collaboratively with other students on the course, as well as across courses and externally.

You will explore drawing through engaging with digital and traditional processes and techniques.

You can read more about the course in detail in the Programme Specification here.

Level 4 – Toolkit

BA (Hons) BA Drawing Course Outline

The first year of the course encourages you to concentrate on extending, deepening and informing your visual language through experimenting with digital and haptic drawing techniques and processes.

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Level 5 – Context & Audience

BA (Hons) BA Drawing Course Outline

The second year focuses on the exploration of a range of contexts for drawing. The three units ‘Interpreting Collections’, ‘Professional Practice 1’ and ‘Exhibition and Collaboration’ ask you to consider context, collaborative practice...

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Level 6 – Portfolio & Innovative Practice

BA (Hons) BA Drawing Course Outline

At Level 6, the emphasis is on professionalism, ambition and innovation. You will be increasingly encouraged to manage your own drawing practice and form a mature appreciation of the uncertainty, ambiguity, and limits of knowledge.

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