What Will I Learn?
Encouraged to explore and develop skills through practical engagement with materials and processes, students will experiment with a range of practices such as contemporary painting, drawing, installation and site-specific work, sculpture, printmaking and ceramics, all of which are underpinned by cultural and contextual studies. Curatorial and professional practice is also integrated throughout the course in conjunction with local and international artists, designers, curators and galleries.
- Professional Development
- Contextual Studies
- Individual Project (Pearson-set)
- Techniques and Processes
- Media Practices
- Material Practices
- Art/Craft Production
- Surface Design
- Professional Practice
- Applied Practice Collaborative
- Project (Pearson-set)
- Advanced Art Practice Studies
- Advanced Life Drawing
- Conceptual Practice
- Material Selection and Specification
Where will it take me?
Employment within the creative industries is as varied as it is challenging. Many of our alumni have progressed into careers such as print and textile design, animation, designer-makers and design crafts such as ceramics or jewellery and silversmithing, graphic design, fashion design, illustration and commercial photography.
48 UCAS points including a minimum equivalency of one A Level, in addition to GCSE English and Maths at Grade C/4 or above.