Fine Art: Studio, Site and Context encompasses a broad approach to fine art teaching where individual artistic practice draws upon, and uses, a wide range of materials, media, concepts, and philosophies. Studio practice is at its core and involves the use of specialised workshops and personal spaces where concepts are developed through painting, drawing, sculptural practice, video, sound, installation, and performance.
You will be encouraged to see your artistic journey as one continuous process and you will benefit from regular one-to-one tutorials with staff.
Our programme’s strength and vigour lie within the understanding that Studio Site and Context are the key elements to a well-functioning artistic practice.
The course encourages all students to consider their position within society, providing an opportunity for you to work alongside internationally acclaimed artists and lecturers to explore the expanding and forever-evolving field of contemporary fine art practice.
Tutorials form an important element, stemming from a teaching team with a considerable international reputation and experience within their fields, a combination that provides a wide range of expertise from painting, site-specificity, and curatorship.
100% of UWTSD's Fine Art students agreed that staff are good at explaining things.
(National Student Survey, 2022)
- View the 2021 Fine Art graduate website 'Can We Start Again'
- Two UWTSD Fine Art graduates win places on the Step Change Fellowship Programme
- View the Swansea College of Art Summer Degree Show
Fine Art Studio Site and Context (BA)
UCAS Code: 2T12
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How to apply
All applications to study for a full-time undergraduate degree programme are made through UCAS — Swansea College of Art UWTSD is part of University of Wales Trinity Saint David. Applicants to part-time courses can apply through the University.
All our courses come under the institution code T80
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