Painting: That the nature of painting is subject of continual debate will be confronted throughout the painting degree programme. While the programme asserts the importance of the development of traditional technical skills in drawing and painting as the basis for your enquiry and practice, that development process may result in your work growing in either traditional or more conceptual terms and you will be encouraged to pursue the route you desire.
Sculpture: This course is a diverse, and dynamic programme of study that covers traditional and contemporary sculptural skills and materials. You will be given opportunities to gain skills and knowledge in wood, stone and metal fabrication as well as bronze and iron casting.The course philosophy is that sculptural skills are gained through hard work and inquiry and you will be encouraged to find an individual style. You can develop your personal practice using a combination of sculptural processes or you may choose to specialise in one area as the course evolves.
Applied Arts: The applied arts are the application of design and decoration to everyday objects to make them aesthetically pleasing.The term is applied in distinction to the fine arts which aims to produce objects which are beautiful and/or provide intellectual stimulation. In practice, the two often overlap.The fields of industrial design, graphic design, fashion design, interior design and the decorative arts are considered applied arts. In a creative and/or abstract context, the fields of architecture and photography are also considered applied arts.
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