A Level Fine Art

Arts, Media and Publishing

Arts, Media and Publishing
We are only accepting one application per candidate.

What will you be working towards?

Alternative Title Fine Art
Code AD2A23S
Qualification Type GCE A/AS Level or Equivalent
Qualification Level Level 3

Overview

If you are creative with a passion for exploring ideas and imaginatively developing your own visual projects, then studying Fine Art will extend your skills, understanding and confidence in taking an adventurous approach to responding to historic and contemporary art.

Details

• Workshops in drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking & new and emerging media 
• Studio based learning with supportive feedback and guidance 
• Developing personal thematic projects 
• Gallery visits, guest speakers, trips, work on location and opportunities to showcase your own work

How will it be delivered?

• 60% coursework

• 40% examination

Entry requirements

General entry criteria apply plus a Grade 4 in a relevant GCSE Art subject. If students have not taken a GCSE Art subject then a portfolio of work will be considered.

Your next steps...

There are many different aspects to this course other than traditional painting and drawing. Former students have progressed most successfully into the many design areas of the subject. Having completed A Level Fine Art, most students wishing to continue their art education will attend a Foundation Course in art and design before specialising in one of the many art and design degree courses on offer.

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