How will I be taught?
Tutors will use a variety of teaching methods including demonstrations, one to one guidance, group discussions and critiques. You will look at the work of contemporary and historical artists and craftspeople and you will keep a sketchbook/notebook and individual learning plan (ILP) to record goals, ideas, processes and progress. Students will need to understand the potential benefit from the programme of study, read and interpret ideas, communicate responses that are clear, logical and understandable and manage your own time. You will undertake critical evaluation and be motivated to develop creative skills and enhance personal skills.
You will receive one to one feedback.
What do I need to bring with me?
Students need to provide their own materials and these will vary in cost according to the course requirements. Please bring any materials and equipment you have that might be appropriate to the course. All students should bring a sketchbook of at least A4 size, preferably with a hard cover, ring bound and containing good quality cartridge paper and a selection of pencils-B to 4B to the first class.
What can I do next?
Your tutor will advise you on the appropriate follow-up course. Enrol early as places cannot be guaranteed.
What do I need to join the course
These courses are not suitable for those new to art, instead promoting self directed learning at a higher level.
These courses are not suitable for those new to art, instead promoting self directed learning at a higher level. Suitable for experienced artists who wish to stretch their imagination and make intuitive and stimulating work as well as those progressing from intermediate and advanced art classes. Students should have a good working knowledge of all art materials and how to apply them. This course is not for the beginner. If you are not sure if this course is suitable for you, the programme manager will be happy to advise you.