Duration: 2 Years Full-Time
Entry requirements: 4 GCSEs (9-4/A*-C) UCAS points Up to 168 (depending on grade outcome)
This course offers you the opportunity to discover how to communicate ideas and meanings in an expressive, inventive and very personal manner whilst at the same time exploring the varied career pathways offered by this discipline.
You will develop skills in experimentation with a wide range of materials, techniques and processes, generating ideas through visual and theoretical research and creative exploration. You will take a personal and highly rewarding journey, developing your individual style through a range of stimulating and thought-provoking assignments which are designed to extend your practical 2D & 3D skill base as well as critical understanding.
Tutors, who are all practicing Fine Artists, help you to explore the work of other practitioners as well as industry sector specialists to support your learning. The course offers opportunities to visit both local and international galleries and may include residential visits to locations such as Barcelona and Madrid. Fine Art study provides a wonderful exploratory experience and aims to direct you to career pathways that suit your individual talents and passions by creating a portfolio of diverse work to support your chosen progression. Successful completion of the course provides you with the qualifications and skills required to progress onto a range of degree courses or move directly into employment. Our students have developed fantastic careers in the industry, including: • Ashleigh Chinnock, fine artist • Cal Dyer, photographer • Connor Shields, sculptor • Daryl Watson, entrepreneur & tattoo artist • Francesca Jordan, make up artist, ITV • Gabrielle Dejorgio, gallery attendant, Baltic • Hope Stebbing, sculptor • Josh Bolam, freelance designer (including work for Burberry) • Oliver Perry, sculptor, Great North Run artwork • Rose McMurray, fine artist • Sam Blackwood, fine artist • Sam Golding, make up artist • Sammie Marshall, influencer We have a range of industry links, including Stockton International Riverside Festival (SIRF), Bowes Museum, WET Productions, Navigator North and fine artists and sculptors including Lois Harkin, Sam Blackwood, Robyn Fyfe and Oliver Perry.
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The Northern School of Art’s Middlesbrough campus has been given another ‘Outstanding’ rating by Ofsted. Following an intensive four-day inspection by six inspectors the School’s further education provision has retained the top rating it has held since 2009.
YEARS COURSE DURATION
A MINIMUM OF FOUR GCSES AT C/4 OR ABOVE INCLUDING MATHS AND ENGLISH AT GRADE D/3, PLUS A PORTFOLIO OF WORK. (IF YOU HAVE MATHS/ENGLISH AT GRADE D/3 YOU WOULD BE REQUIRED TO WORK TOWARDS THESE QUALIFICATIONS ALONGSIDE YOUR COURSE)
MAXIMUM UCAS POINTS SCORE FOR FINAL GRADES
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