Drawing is relevant across wide-ranging industries and career paths, from commercial illustration, to technical drawing for architectural design, to engineering, science, law, sports, and medicine.
BA (Hons) Drawing offers you the opportunity to explore the principles of drawing with a multidisciplinary approach, encompassing architecture, illustration, graphic design, technical drawing, animation, and skills development in two, three and four-dimensional space.
You'll work towards an independent, critical and reflective project, supported through tutorials, workshops, lectures, study trips and, in the first year, weekly contact with your personal tutor.
You'll be able to capitalise on our lecturers' wealth of expertise in the field, and their academic research in drawing. The region is rich with resources for drawing, helping ensure that we're well-placed to support you through the course and beyond, into employment or further study.
Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)
Full-time including foundation year
Experimentation with materials, techniques and processes are foregrounded. You'll establish a way of working that is playful and analytical. Through this process you'll begin to recognise the themes that are emerging in your work. The year is filled with a range of inductions and workshops to support your practice.
This is a pivotal period of development in which we will support you to progress your ideas, conceptual strategies and processes. Experimentation remains key, alongside a greater emphasis on individual research, reflection and analysis. We will encourage you to develop a more focused awareness of the debates that surround your practice and continually test its boundaries and possibilities. Off-site exhibitions, projects and other initiatives support you to consider your work beyond the studio.
You'll build on and extend the ideas you explored in the previous year. As a final year student, greater emphasis is placed not only on a body of resolved, considered and well executed work, but also on work that is ambitious and takes risks. At the end of the year, you'll present work in a degree show that is open to the public.
The course is made up of summative and formative assessments. Formative assessment takes place with the work in the studio and is ongoing throughout the duration of the course. Feedback is given verbally and through written reports from a personal tutor. Summative assessments take place at the end of modules. Assessments take the form of a presented body of work, an exhibition, reflective/academic text or live presentations. Teaching takes the form of one-to-one tutorials, group critiques, academic workshops, seminars, lectures and forums. Our visiting lecture series is fundamental to our course and we are proud of the range of speakers we attract. Each week internationally acclaimed artists, curators and arts professionals give talks about their work, teach in the studios or deliver an exciting range of workshops driven by their research interests. All the teaching team are engaged in their own practice and this is critical to the philosophy of the course.
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The following entry points are available for this course:
|A level||CC||Including Grade C in Art and Design or related subjects preferred.|
|Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma (first teaching from September 2016)||MMP||In a related subject in addition to other qualifications or evidence of experience in Art.|
|Access to HE Diploma||M: 30 credits|
|International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme||26 points||Require a HL Art subject at grade 6 and evidence of further experience in Art and Design.|
|IELTS (Academic)||6.0||For visa nationals, with a minimum score of IELTS 5.5 in each component.|
|Northern Ireland||£9,250||Year 1|