Fine Art BA (Hons) (W100)

 

  

  


University of Sunderland



Fine Art BA (Hons)


Requirements / Wymagania

PRZEDMIOT (co najmniej 2 przedmioty na poziomie rozszerzonym) POZIOM PODSTAWOWY POZIOM ROZSZERZONY
Matura podstawowa oraz rozszerzona Ogólna średnia ze wszystkich przedmiotów minimum 60% (podstawowe i/lub rozszerzone) Ogólna średnia ze wszystkich przedmiotów minimum 60% (podstawowe i/lub rozszerzone)
Stara matura ocena minimum 3 -
J. angielski minimum 80% minimum 50%
Certyfikat językowy IELTS opcjonalnie jeśli nie spełnisz powyższych wymagań z matury - minimum 6.0 -
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Course overview 

Discover and develop your own perspective and ideas within contemporary art. Benefit from generous studio space, well-equipped workshops and digital studios. Showcase your work to a public audience.

Expand your critical understanding of Fine Art, through an emphasis on studio centred practice and theoretical debate.

We will encourage you to engage with the ever changing nature of art practice, and respond to the complex and rapidly changing world we live in. In developing your skills and ability we support you to be innovative within your chosen area.

Our Fine Art team have a wealth of professional practice and subject expertise which includes painter Lothar Goetz. Guided by these experts you will have the freedom to explore your creative interests across a broad range of Fine Art practice including painting, printmaking, digital photography, film, sound, drawing, sculpture and performance.

Whatever pathway you choose, you will find that this course expands your critical understanding of Fine Art and you will develop your intellectual, creative and technical abilities.



 


Why us?

  • 94.2% of our graduates are in employment or further study within six months of graduating, according to DLHE 2015/16 (based on UK undergraduate students)
  • Features an exhibition in your final year, in which you can showcase your work to the public
  • Guaranteed work placement for all students
  • All students are allocated generous size individual studio spaces with access to well-equipped workshop facilities
  • Access to FabLab Sunderland on City Campus, part of a global network of digital fabrication spaces that provide 3D printers, laser cutters, vinyl cutters and a CNC router 

Modular structure

You will have your own studio space which facilitates reflection on work and peer evaluation. Tutors will give regular feedback as your work progresses. In addition, critique sessions encourage you to analyse work created by yourself and others.

During the first year of this BA (Hons) Fine Art course, you will experience a range of working methods. You can then specialise or continue to work across several media. In your final year, you'll display your work at our annual Degree Show, attended by industry experts and potential employers.

Assessment methods vary between modules. They include studio presentations, course work, essays and exhibitions.

Part-time students study the same course as full-time students. If you study this course on a part-time basis you will typically complete 40-80 credits in a year, rather than the 120 credits of full-time students. All modules are taught during the daytime, and you will be studying alongside full-time students.

Year 1 (national level 4):

  • Fine Art Media Skills (40 credits)
Take an introductory look at a range of basic fine art ideas, principles and working methods in painting, printmaking, sculpture and digital media.
  • History of Art (20 credits)

Learn about some of the major art movements from the end of the 19th century to the present day.

  • Fine Art Practice (40 credits)

Get an introduction to a range of fundamental fine art working methods in terms of idea development, and ways of collecting, researching and processing information.

Plus a drawing module or one optional module related to Arts and Design (for example, photography) or from another area (for example, a foreign language).

  • Fine Art Media Skills (40 credits)

Take an introductory look at a range of basic fine art ideas, principles and working methods in painting, printmaking, sculpture and digital media.

  • History of Art (20 credits)

Learn about some of the major art movements from the end of the 19th century to the present day.

  • Fine Art Practice (40 credits)

Get an introduction to a range of fundamental fine art working methods in terms of idea development, and ways of collecting, researching and processing information.

Plus a drawing module or one optional module related to Arts and Design (for example, photography) or from another area (for example, a foreign language).

Year 2 (national level 5):

  • Fine Art Methodology (40 credits)
Produce your own visual work, consider your own thinking and working methods, and achieve a better understanding of a personal methodology as a basis for future creative development.
  • Fine Art Contemporary Practice (40 credits)
Define a critique appropriate to the development of studio work. Further examine and challenge a range of practical and theoretical issues relevant to contemporary fine art practice.
  • Fine Art Professional Practice II (40 credits)
Learn about the context within which you work, and understand the variety of options available to the practicing artist.

Final year (national level 6):    

  • Fine Art Professional Practice III (40 credits)

Produce a body of studio work alongside a reflective and analytical portfolio in an “art book” form.

  • Exhibition (60 credits)

Pursue an individual programme of work for your final exhibition, selecting from drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture or new media.

  • Dissertation (20 credits)

Engage with and explain a subject derived from visual culture in a self-directed project.



Fees and funding

Full-time fees

The annual fee for this course is:

  • £9,250 if you are from the UK / EU

Part-time fees

  • Tuition fees for part-time students are £5,000 per 120 credits.

Questions about fees?

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