Through a series of developmental projects, you will research, develop and evaluate ideas against set requirements and use skills, knowledge and understanding to prepare and present solutions.
You will be expected to build an understanding
of the formal elements of
drawing, visual language
materials and processes, and
the approaches and perspectives
that determine their use. This could see you practicing figure drawing, perspective drawing, storyboarding and comic illustration.
You will be
encouraged to be adventurous
and open-minded in exploring,
recording and communicating
ideas through a variety of
formats and contexts and you will also learn to recognise the vital
role that good communication
skills play in supporting all art
and design activities, both within
education and in the creative
The project work spans across 2D, 3D and time-based media in both traditional and digital forms. This could see you creating clay-based character models one day and digital 3D character models for games the next.
You could choose to focus your work on graphic design or fashion illustration. Or you can create large scale fine art pieces, fashion garments or jewellery. There are plenty of options.
The course will help you identify the type of work you like doing and will provide you with a way to test your interest in the subject. It will also provide you with an opportunity to explore and develop the
skills, knowledge and
understanding required to progress within art and