Painting, Sculpture, Photography, Print-making, Video, Installation and Digital Media form the core of the studio programme, supplemented by a course in Professional Practice and Curating with a number of elective interdisciplinary options from other areas in the School of Arts.
Students learn a wide range of techniques and skills in the Fine Arts discipline. We actively encourage an interdisciplinary approach to art making. In the first two years we focus on the development of conceptual and technical skills through carefully structured, project-based teaching.
In the final two years students are encouraged to work more independently, and focus is more emphatically on individual creative and intellectual development.
The BA Fine Arts degree prepares students for a wide range of careers in the local and international art world as artists, photographers, designers, animators, curators, teachers, critics and art historians.