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can any1 recommend any? im sort of lookin at falmouth college of arts at the mo but no1 seems to have heard of it
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UCL has the Slade School of Fine Arts
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UCL has the Slade School of Fine Arts
wheres ucl? (not meaning to sound totally dumb)
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UCL has the Slade School of Fine Arts
University College London.....

It's located in the middle of London
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University College London.....

It's located in the middle of London
thats one thing i want to avoid tho, overly commercialized places, i like still lifes u see and nature is always useful for that

there isnt much of that in london tho
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Falmouth is a very good art school, but it's possibly the most boring place in the world - there's one club, and even that's not even a very good one.

The London colleges are all about the latest trends (read: Tracy Emin), though St Martin's is the worst for this by far.

Glasgow is good. As are some others. I just....can't remember which they are.
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whats the difference between fine art at uni and art college?
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Falmouth is a very good art school, but it's possibly the most boring place in the world - there's one club, and even that's not even a very good one.

The London colleges are all about the latest trends (read: Tracy Emin), though St Martin's is the worst for this by far.

Glasgow is good. As are some others. I just....can't remember which they are.
i wouldnt be goin to uni/college just to go clubbin, i can do that elsewhere, i want to go south because it has such good sunlight and great natural conservation, thats why im easing on falmouth.

pencil queen- i dont want to go to winchester cus it seems that every1 from 6th form is goin there and i dont want to have to associate with them anymore, i need new!!
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Can someone be really interested in art and not have heard of UCL or the slade school of art, i'm not into art that much, i'm a chemist myself but even i have heard of it
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i wouldnt be goin to uni/college just to go clubbin, i can do that elsewhere, i want to go south because it has such good sunlight and great natural conservation, thats why im easing on falmouth.

If you're sure you can live with the boredom, go for it - it'll certainly be a fantastic artistic education.
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fairy nuff - in fact I can't think of a better reason for avoiding somewhere

http://www.surrart.ac.uk/
http://www.brighton.ac.uk/

Are both good places that you might want to have a look into...
ive already checked out surry and brighton, surry looks very promising actually, ive also checked out oxford brookes, that looks really good too
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How bout Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art?
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How bout Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art?
wheres that??
i so **** on these sort of things :rolleyes:
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wheres that??
i so **** on these sort of things :rolleyes:
it's at Oxford Uni
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Oxford art is, sadly, terrible.
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http://search.ucas.co.uk/cgi-bin/hsr...un?r=N&i=N&a=7

http://tldynamic.leeds.ac.uk/ugcours...d=51&recurse=1

http://www.gla.ac.uk:443/studying/ug...fm?program=164

http://www.glos.ac.uk/uogabout/content.asp?pid=110
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Oxford art is, sadly, terrible.
why was it then so competitive that it rejected me? :rolleyes:
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why was it then so competitive that it rejected me? :rolleyes:
Doesn't mean it's any good, does it ?

People are applying for the prestige of the Oxbridge degree, rather than for the quality of the work.

I mean..did you even see any of the work ? All of it I've seen is awful.
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http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=fin...UK%7CcountryGB
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Doesn't mean it's any good, does it ?

People are applying for the prestige of the Oxbridge degree, rather than for the quality of the work.

I mean..did you even see any of the work ? All of it I've seen is awful.
I kno. Thats why I was pretty confident that my portfolio wud easily outdo those works. But in the end it didnt, quite incomprehensible.
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