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Art and Design - Fine Art A level at Haileybury Turnford School

Course description

What will I do on the Course?

· Students who choose this course will have the opportunity to develop an individual approach to Fine Art.

· They will acquire technical skills associated with painting and drawing, printmaking, sculpture and lens-based image making. Experience in traditional and digital materials, techniques and processes for the purpose of self-expression.

·Students will be encouraged to develop learning skills such as researching, experimentation, applying knowledge and evaluating work as a continual process.

Work in Fine Art is aimed at forming a means of personal investigations and expression. Creative approaches are developed which go beyond mere observation and recording. Independent learning is developed through technical workshops and experimental units of work


Entry requirements

Average level 5 in 5 GCSE subjects
Drawing is an essential skill for studying art and design at A level
Consultation with teacher
An ability to work independently
At least a B in GCSE Art

Future opportunities

Foundation course in Art and Design.

Further education courses in, degree courses in creative subjects such as Art and Design, Illustration, Graphics, Textiles, Ceramics and 3D design.

Careers relating to Art and Design, Exhibition deisgner, Print maker, Illustrator, Interior designer, Art therapist.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Haileybury Turnford School directly.

Last updated date: 18 October 2017
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