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UCAS Code: J002
Institution Code: W46

Introduction

BA (Hons) Art Practice will provide you with an outstanding programme of delivery that combines theoretical perspectives with the development of high-level practical art skills. Innovative idea-generation and problem-solving are at the heart of the course to enable students to develop successful visual solutions with originality and flair. The course has been designed to enable you to develop critical contextual skills, emphasising and encouraging creative growth through research. Central to our ethos is the notion that through exposure to art theory, analysis of contextual material and critical reflection, visual awareness is developed and effective strategies to convey meaning are formed.

 

The course is interdisciplinary and cross-specialist, enabling you to explore a range of specialisms to develop an individual creative process through enquiry and experimentation. In addition, the programme places vocational art at its centre, enabling students to develop an understanding of the professional world of art and design in order that they can establish their own individual practice. As such, BA (Hons) Art Practice has been formulated to enable creative individuals interested in forging a successful career in artistic practice in areas such as Printmaking, Drawing & Painting, Mixed Media and 3D Creation pathways to develop collectively within a unified degree programme.

Course modules

Level 4

2D & 3D Problem-solving

Creative Perspectives

Drawing: Materials, Process & Technique

Cross-specialist Collaboration

Showcase

 

Level 5

Pathways & Mentorship

Research Methods

Drawing in Context

Commercial Creation

 

Level 6

Practice-led Dissertation

Major Project

Professional Art Practice

Professional Portfolio

Career opportunities

Graduates of the course will be able to progress into professional Art Practice working in a range of pathways. These include the following areas:

 

·       Printmaking

·       Illustration

·       3D creation

·       Textiles

·       Lens-based Media

·       Painting

·       Drawing

·       Mixed-media

 

Due to the diverse nature of the programme, graduates leave the course with a broad knowledge in the practical and theoretical world of Art and a varied range of professional, creative and academic skills. As such the course is also an ideal pathway towards a career in Art & Design teaching and postgraduate academic study.

Fees and finance

£8,500 per year

Additional costs

Art supplies (art materials for individual project work – Approximately £150 per year)

Trips / Visits – Approximately £50 per year

Entry requirements

UCAS tariff:                             112 Points

 

A Levels:                                 BBC

 

Pearson BTEC level 3:           DMM

Days & times

Date(s) to be confirmed

Course price

£8500.00

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