URGENT what are good unis for more concept-based Fine ArtWatch
So far I'm sold on Chelsea, but I'm unsure of anywhere else :// I was thinking of Du Montford as a safety net, but I don't really find the idea of a multiple-discipline uni appealing. I really like Chelsea because it seems like it allows you to be very independent, which is something I'd ideally want in the course. I also like that you don't have to choose a pathway so any course that fits with that would be great. I also like how much shows/exhibitions etc are emphasised in the course because id like to learn about exhibiting and things like that, but its not super important to me. My practice is v conceptual so again, anything that fits with that would be great.Please let me know what unis you suggest that fit into any of those points, I really appreciate any help. My predicted grade for level 3 ext diploma is a distinction, and I got a distinction in level 2 and an 8 in GCSE.
the best advice I would give is visit open days (virtual/on campus) as this is where you'll decide if you can picture yourself there, and hopefully be able to chat to some tutors!
Here at The Northern School of Art we do offer a Fine Art degree: https://northernart.ac.uk/study-with...ns-fine-art-2/
We are a specialist art school so as a fine artist you have access to a range of equipment to help you create a range of work!
If you have any questions just get in touch!
Katt - Recruitment Officer