Start date: 28-09-2020
Campus: Chelsea Centre
Times: Mon/Tue/Wed 10:00 - 16:00

Lecturer: G Rook and Team
Full fee: £5950.00
Duration: 30 weeks
Course code: 20TFV008-01

The course enables students to pursue their ideas in drawing, painting, sculpture, video and printmaking in an exciting one-year programme, equivalent to Year 1 of an art school degree.
Emphasis throughout is on developing creative and technical skills through research and studio projects. There is an opportunity to show work in exhibitions.
“The programme is contemporary in feeling, fostering high achievement and strong individuality… the highest achieving students producing ambitious, conceptually and formally rigorous work.” Chris Hunt, External Evaluator.
Tutors are practising artists including Greg Rook, Erika Winstone, Jane Eyton and others.
The studios contain personal work spaces and a range of tools and equipment. You will need to carry out independent research at home and visit galleries.
You will need to buy your own materials and equipment including sketchbook and 2 research folders. All students make a contribution to the costs of mounting course exhibitions.
Projects have deadlines and assessments take place throughout the year. Your grades will be discussed with you and written feedback given.
Many of our students successfully apply to Fine Art degree study or direct to post-graduate study. Progression into employment includes as technicians, studio artists or gallery assistants. Further study at KCC includes the HND in Fine Art and then the Fine Art BA top-up. Our students have progressed to major London art schools including Goldsmiths, Central St. Martins, Wimbledon and other prestigious colleges.
Entry Requirements
Applicants are expected to have completed a Foundation course in Art & Design or have equivalent experience. You also need a good level of written English and basic computer skills. At interview you will need a substantial portfolio of work and a recent example of your written English eg. an exhibition review.
Applications for this course must go via UCAS:
The code for this course is 001W.