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Course summary

Known for its innovative approach to the production of artworks, artefacts and texts, this course encourages creative practitioners to develop and explore their ideas through the production of works in multiple formats. It concentrates on making and the comprehension of a wide range of processes through a combination of contextual knowledge and understanding and gives students a unique opportunity to develop a range of creative, conceptual, technical and professional skills.


Introduction to multi-disciplinary printmaking (30 credits); research practice (30 credits); developing practice (30 credits); practice in a professional context (30 credits); extended practice (60 credits).

Assessment method

You will be assessed on your body of practical work, contextually supported by the critical journal. For the Research Practice module you will be assessed on a presentation and written essay.

Entry requirements

Degree in the visual arts. Non-graduates with other academic qualifications or professional experience also considered. Interview for all applicants showing examples of own creative work and a statement of intent.

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

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Multidisciplinary Printmaking at Bristol, University of the West of England - UCAS