An important part of a full time art and design course is having the opportunity totry the different types of art & design work before making a decision about your future. The early parts of the course will introduce you to creative working in 2D, 3D and time based media. During this stage you will have the opportunity to be exploratory and experimental. Only by trying different ways of working will you know where all your skills and interests lie. As the course progresses you will become more selective in the type of work you produce and your acquisition of skills becomes more specialised. During the second year of the course students elect to study in broad specialist groups where students can cover options such as:
- textiles, fashion, interiors and architecture, products and accessories
- Communications, graphics, animation and film
- Fine art, painting, print, sculpture and installation
You will have the opportunity to work with specialist materials and technology in our designated workshop spaces, enabling you to create a dynamic and exciting portfolio suitable for university or apprenticeship interviews.