BA (Hons) Sculpture at Camberwell College of Arts aims to establish students as confident conceptual and practical makers that value the importance of experimentation and critical thinking. The intention of the course is that students will develop a deep understanding of contemporary sculpture.
What can you expect?
• A dynamic studio-based culture, where students rigorously investigate the potential of materials.
• Practical work complemented by a range of activities including seminars, critiques, talks and gallery visits led by course tutors, international practitioners, artists and curators.
• To test how your artworks are installed, received and understood by participating in an external exhibition with students from across Camberwell’s Fine Art programme.
• To have access to Camberwell's shared workshops.
• In your third year, students have the opportunity to choose between a dissertation, a work placement or live project, such as setting up a solo exhibition.
• A Fine Art lecture series open to all Camberwell undergraduate students studying Drawing, Painting, Photography and Sculpture.
By retaining single subject degrees in Fine Art at undergraduate level, Camberwell offers students the chance to study Painting, Sculpture, Photography and Drawing in-depth, while still enabling students to access cross-course teaching and facilities, as well as work with their peers in other Fine Art areas.
All undergraduate Fine Art students at Camberwell attend cross-course crits and tutorials throughout their course, even though they are primarily based in their own subject areas.
Unit 1: Introduction to BA Drawing, Painting, Photography and Sculpture
Unit 2: Defining the subject - what is Sculpture?
Unit 3: Critical context and reflective practice
Unit 4: Exploring subject possibilities – materiality
Unit 5: Options - extended contexts
Unit 6: Presentation and exhibition
Unit 7: Defining a context for your work
Unit 8: Presentation, collaboration and development
Unit 9 - part 1: Context - dissertation, work placement or live project
Unit 9 - part 2: Personal and professional development - portfolio (includes contextual statement, evaluative report, digital portfolio)
Unit 10: Individual programme of study
Work experience and opportunities
BA Sculpture students have the opportunity to exhibit their work at external venues in London. Previous spaces have included Dilston Grove, CGP London, Shoreditch Town Hall and The Biscuit Factory in Southwark.
Students have the chance to take part in an exchange programme during their second year, with leading international art schools in New York, Tokyo, Milan, Madrid and Brussels amongst our recent exchanges.
About Camberwell College of Arts
Camberwell College of Arts is internationally regarded for the outstanding quality of its courses, staff and facilities.
It is a unique place to study with a strong sense of community, which encourages students to rethink current practices and cultivate their own style.
Camberwell has had major investment over the last couple of years, with a new academic building and halls of residence on campus, transforming it into a 21st century art school embedded in its local, national and international communities, and dedicated to driving forward positive social change through art and design.
Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)
Camberwell College of Art
If your application is completed by the following date, it’s guaranteed to be considered:
You will need these codes when you add a choice to your application.
|Campus name||Camberwell College of Art|
This means the year in which you would like to start the course.
‘Year 1’ means you will start in the first year.
‘Year 0’ means you will enter onto a foundation year.
You may be able to start some courses in the second or third years, if you meet certain criteria. You will need to discuss this with the university or college directly.
The following entry points are available for this course:
|Channel Islands||£9,250||Year 1|
|Northern Ireland||£9,250||Year 1|