University of Gloucestershire Art and Design

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University of Gloucestershire Art and Design

University of Gloucestershire Art and Design

Fine Art (BA Hons)

Explore different mediums, showcase your work at exhibitions and visit international galleries.

Hardwick art studio

National and international travel opportunities

Hardwick art studio
Hardwick art studio

Develop your full creative potential and individual artist’s signature. Allow your ideas to drive your choice of medium and be inspired by trips to international galleries. Past trips include Barcelona, Berlin and Vienna, with the opportunity to spend a month in one of Rome’s prestigious culture research academies.

Learning from a diverse range of practicing artists and published authors, you will graduate with an extensive portfolio of creative achievements. This will allow you to progress into postgraduate study or a professional career in art. With national and international exhibition opportunities, you’ll gain exposure. Showcase at our own degree show, attended by thousands of visitors, before it tours to London.

Working in our dedicated studios and 3D workshops, you will develop a broad range of technical and practical artistic skills. These include drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, digital technologies, photography, video, performance, text and sound. From your first year, there are opportunities to work on collaborative projects and visit national and international galleries across Europe. In your second year, you can apply for a number of travel awards and win the opportunity to spend a month at the British School in Rome. In your third-year, you’ll have the opportunity to exhibit your degree show in London, as well as sell your work at an exhibition in Amsterdam, where you can win a €5000 prize and gain international recognition.

Study style

You will explore the practical and conceptual possibilities of a range of different forms and media. These include drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture/installation, 2D image-making, photography, video, performance, text and sound. You’ll be assessed through studio coursework with some theory assignments.

Entry requirements

Tariff information for 2017 entry*