Fine Art A-level at Dixons Allerton Academy
The UK is currently a global leader in creative industries and business is booming. To enable you to become part of this sector you will begin the course by exploring a range of media and process leading you into the development of your own project. All projects are tailored and personalised and students are encouraged to explore and develop their ideas through guided and independent study.
Component 1: Portfolio
Core skills sheets and self-directed project 1. Self-directed project 2 including written essay (1000- 3000 words)
Exam topic specified by the exam board
Study of a creative subject at a grade B, English grade 5
A02: Explore & Select
A04: Present Personal & Meaningful Response
Each objective must be evidenced in both components
Component 1: Non Exam
60% of A-level
Component 2: Preparatory time + Exam (15 hours)
40% of A-level
Careers and Opportunities for Further Study
Landscape Designer, Textile Artist, Furniture Designer, Theatre Designer, Special Effects, Plastic Surgeon, Dentist, Film Maker, Cinematographer, Florist, Art Restorer, Storyboard Artist, Illustrator, Lighting Designer, Kitchen Designer, Advertising, Jewellery Design, Press Photographer, Wedding, Photographer, Lifestyle Photographer, Interior Designer, Production Designer, Television Art Director, Makeup Artist, Industrial Designer, Product Designer, Fine Artist, Medical Illustrator, Fashion Designer, Fashion Buyer, Shoe Design, Hat Design, Web Design, Game Design, Court Artist, Museum Curator, Animator, Set Designer, Graphic Designer, Wedding Dress Designer, Architecture, tattoo artist, Teacher, window display artist.
Further study at foundation or degree level
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Dixons Allerton Academy directly.