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City of Glasgow College

Contemporary Art Practice (top-up)

UCAS Code: 6H8L

Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

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2.0years

Full-time | 2020

This is a practice-based degree, where you'll have opportunities to explore two and three-dimensional art as well as lens-based and digital disciplines. You'll have opportunities through your studies for professional placements in the arts and for curation and self-promotion. Critical thinking and writing are also central to the course.

The core modules are:
Visual Language.
Creative Project.
Industry Related Learning.
Contemporary Creative Processes.
Critical Studies.
Research Project.
Creative Project (level 10).

To find out more and join the community, visit the department's facebook page, Visual Grammar.

This course is delivered by City of Glasgow College and validated by University of the West of Scotland. We encourage a high level of artistic exploration and personal development in students, while delivering a distinct and prestigious vocational qualification.

Facilities
The City of Glasgow College has recently benefited from a £230 million new build programme with state-of-the-art facilities across two sites, City campus and Riverside. The Faculty of Creative Industries is based in the City Campus at Cathedral Street, which has excellent travel, bus and train links. The Creative Industries faculty benefits from a broad range of specialist workshops, studio spaces and dedicated exhibition spaces. These are equipped with industry standard resources and supported by specialist technical staff.

Modules

The core modules are:
Visual Language.
Creative Project.
Industry Related Learning.
Contemporary Creative Processes.
Critical Studies.
Research Project.
Creative Project (level 10).

Assessment methods

This is a practice-based degree, where you'll have opportunities to explore two and three-dimensional art as well as lens-based and digital disciplines. You'll have opportunities through your studies for professional placements in the arts and for curation and self-promotion. Critical thinking and writing are also central to the course. We encourage a high level of artistic exploration and personal development in students, while delivering a distinct and prestigious vocational qualification.

Tuition fees

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Channel Islands
£1,285
per year
England
£1,285
per year
EU
£1,285
per year
International
£6,700
per year
Northern Ireland
£1,285
per year
Scotland
£1,285
per year
Wales
£1,285
per year

The Uni


Course location:

City Campus

Department:

Creative Industries

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