REASONS TO STUDY THIS COURSE
Enjoy an experimental approach to using a wide range of media including painting, print, mixed media and digital imagery.
If you are keen to explore observational drawing, you will be suited to the course as it underpins all Fine Art practice.
It will develop your creative understanding and can be useful in many fields of learning as well as a range of careers.
It is particularly appropriate for advertising, architecture, industrial or product design, history of art, teaching and work in the creative industries.
WHAT YOU WILL STUDY
The AS course comprises of one unit coursework, consisting of three projects. These projects explore rural and urban environments, personal space and a mock examination question. A-Level comprises of a personal creative investigation unit and an exam course work unit. A-Level students will exhibit their work professionally in the Priestley summer show.
HOW YOU WILL BE ASSESSED
Informal assessment throughout.
Formal assessment at the end of each unit.
At the end of the course, you will exhibit all your work. It will then be finally assessed and externally moderated.
Students can progress directly onto Art and Design-related degree courses at university after they have completed their A-Levels. However, universities can prefer students to take an Art Foundation course to broaden their experience prior to starting a degree.