Course Information: This course provides a stimulating creative environment where you can develop your own studio practice as professional artists. Taught at our arts campus in Worthing, near Brighton, this course provides a stimulating creative environment where students can develop their own studio practice as professional artists. During the first term of the course students explore the range of specialist areas through practical workshops and inductions. For the rest of the course, students may specialise in painting, printmaking, drawing, sculpture, installation, photography, or use a range of approaches to fine art without specialising in one area. Key Features: Supportive, challenging, creative environment Staff are practising artists Excellent studios and facilities such as printmaking, life room, 3D crafts workshop, ceramics studio and darkrooms On-site and public exhibiting opportunities We also offer a part-time version of this course The course includes workshops, crits and seminars, where students of all specialist areas meet to discuss their work and exchange ideas. Through talks, discussions, gallery visits and their own research, students develop an awareness of the historical and contemporary context of fine art and the ability to critically evaluate their work and that of their contemporaries. Throughout the course students develop their professional practice as artists and have exhibitions both in college and in public spaces as well as taking part in other external projects. The work of Fine Art student Kat Swan has been chosen to be featured in this year's online blog version of the annual Kellie Miller Arts Awards. Validated by University of the Arts London (UAL) This programme is validated by University of the Arts London (UAL). UAL is a leading education provider in the creative arts, ranked second in the world for art and design (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020). They oversee the standards and quality of our curriculum, which enriches your overall learning experience. For a detailed course description, please click the button under 'Course contact details' in the bottom right of this page.
This course offers the following subject options:
- Art and Design
How to apply
This is the deadline for applications to be completed and sent for this course. If the university or college still has places available you can apply after this date, but your application is not guaranteed to be considered.
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- Northbrook College
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
Individual offer conditions will vary. Offers normally consist of successful completion of your current course, which can include a relevant A Level or Level 3 Extended Diploma. Industry experience may also be taken into account.
Additional entry requirements
You will be invited to bring examples of your artwork to an in-person interview, which demonstrate your creative, technical, written and visual abilities. This could include work produced from both current and previous courses or any individual work produced from a range of specialist areas such as graphics, illustration, textiles and 3D design. If possible, please also bring an example of your written work. This could be an essay or written assignment that demonstrates your use of English Language to show your ability to structure, present, research and interpret your work. It would be good if you could bring a copy of a tutor's written assessment of this work. We are also interested to see your sketchbooks/ideas books and any other evidence of your interest in Fine Art.
English language requirements
For international applicants - To provide IELTS for UKVI certificate 6.0 overall and 6.0 in writing with no less than 5.5 in all sub elements.
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Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£9250||Year 1|