University College London
- United Kingdom, Bloomsbury
- # 42 QS WUR Ranking by subject
- Course Official Website
The programme comprises three practice areas: Painting, Fine Art Media and Sculpture. The programme is practice-based and you are expected to develop your own work with tutorial and technical assistance from a specialist team of academic and technical staff. Seminars and tutorial groups ensure that the three practice areas have a forum for the exchange of ideas. You will also benefit from a programme of visiting artists, gallery visits and other events that aim to develop exciting and rigorous debate. Areas/years are mixed together in the studio spaces providing a lively cross-fertilisation of ideas and practice.History and Theory of Art courses are integral to the programme and help you contextualise your artwork and negotiate the relationships between making art and the ways in which art is interpreted, displayed and understood.You will take an additional module from another UCL department for one term. This will be your own choice (subject to availability within the other department) and can either be related to studio work or to develop a further interest.