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This intensive course allows artists to develop a body of work within the contexts of the studio, audience, production and dissemination. The course is open to artists working in, or wishing to work in, socially engaged practice, collaborative practice, as artist curators, as art writers, within art education or studio-focused research.

You will develop your art practice in purpose built studios, working towards a final exhibition and dissertation, supported by a series of seminars, tutorials, group critiques and a visiting speaker programme.

Through our optional module array you will have the opportunity to explore critical and theoretical issues such as aesthetics, deconstruction, feminist studies and museum practice.

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Housed within a single central campus

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Entry Requirements

A bachelor degree with a 2:1 (hons) in a relevant subject area. Professional experience will also be considered.

We accept a range of international equivalent qualifications. For more information please contact the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies admissions team.

Where is University of Leeds

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Louis Pawlett

I’m a Hull based artist who has had exhibitions in Leeds, Nottingham and Wakefield. I studied my BA Fine Art in Nottingham and then went on to study my MA Fine Art in Leeds.

I wanted to develop my art practice that I had started in Nottingham and develop it to the point where I would be more confident in applying for exhibitions. Art is something that I have been passionate all my life, I grew up in a family of artists and so this only helped further develop my interests in art.

Using the screen printing room, laser cutter and wood workshop to create my artwork is what I enjoyed the most. As well as the realisation that sculpture was my main medium for my artwork, not screen printing.

The fine art workshops were great and something I used more of than at my last university. Something that really helped develop my practice as an artist.


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