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Art and Design at St Ambrose Barlow RC Sixth Form

Course description

This course covers a broad range of experiences including: photography,
printmaking, sculpture, drawing, painting, textiles, graphics and digital arts.
You will work closely with our industry partners and will have lots of opportunities
to develop your skills during work experience.
The first year is exploratory and the second year allows you to specialise.
 
Who is the course for?
This course is suitable for students with a keen interests in the arts.
 
What does it include?
The course has been designed to allow you to experiment with lots of different
media and skills. The broad experience enables you to understand what you are
really good at and helps you decide what you want to specialise in. This insight
will help you choose the right future career path. Bespoke projects will allow
you to develop skills in sculpture, photography, printmaking, multidisciplinary
work in fine art, textiles and computer aided designs.
 
During the course you, along with your fellow students, will take part in several
exhibitions; be taught by some of the North Wests leading creative practitioners
and have the opportunity to visit museums, galleries and exhibitions in the
North West, London, Paris and New York.
 
Alongside specialist topics you will also work on projects that develop your
time management skills, research abilities and factual writing skills. These
transferable skills are relevant to all areas of the creative arts and will prepare
you for both higher education and the world of work.

How to apply

You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.

Last updated date: 15 October 2015
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Key information

  • Start date: Next September

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