A studio-based course covering media, painting and sculpture taught by internationally recognised tutors.
You can choose to study media, painting or sculpture but there is flexibility to move between these areas and you will have access to staff outside of your chosen discipline throughout the course.
Typical offer range for UK / EU applicants
We recommend that applicants undertake a pre-degree foundation diploma in Art and Design. However if applying with A-Levels only, a total of 260 points (with a grade B in an Art and Design related subject) is expected, supported by a high quality portfolio.
Applicants applying with a BTEC Extended Diploma are expected to achieve an overall Merit grade (Merit, Merit, Merit).
Bath School of Art and Design has a wide range of excellent workshops and technical support at your disposal. Running in parallel to your studio work there is a strong focus on contextualising your practice within the visual arts fraternity. This takes the form of weekly visiting lectures from artists, curators and critics, regular trips at home and abroad and numerous exhibition opportunities throughout your study. You will gain an understanding of where your practice is placed within the context of contemporary art, as well as learning necessary skills in curating, project management, professionally photographing your work, marketing and web design, networking and numerous promotional opportunities that will maximise your potential after graduation.
Teaching begins with structured weekly tutorials in Year 1; you will be required to discuss your practice with staff on a one-to-one basis as well as in groups. As the course develops you will be given increasing flexibility to sign up for tutorials with any number of staff and visitors and take part in forums and discussions pertinent to your chosen field or themes.
The majority of our graduates go on to become professional practicing self-employed artists. Other typical employment opportunities include curating, arts management and administration; interior design; film and TV; teaching (subject to PGCE); art therapy.
Alumni include painter and Turner Prize nominee Glenn Brown, Paul Harrison and John Wood whose videos are exhibited around the world, Nina Dolan, Louisa Fairclough, Laura Ford, Nicholas May, Peter Randall-Page, Nigel Rolfe, Michael Stubbs and Alison Turnbull.
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