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Full time & Part time September MA, PgDip, PgCert Full-time: 1 year; Part-time: 2 years

About the course

Become a diverse maker in this studio-based course that intersects with a wide range of fine art mediums, from painting to video and live art performance.

  • Advance your creative potential and develop your work to professional exhibiting level.
  • Taught by practising artists of national and international standing.
  • Permanent individual studio spaces (for full-time students) and excellent technical expertise and support.

The aim of the course is to examine and critically engage with the practice of art making. It is designed to stimulate and influence you to develop independent language in Fine Art through ambitious and disciplined studio practice.

This studio based course encompasses the whole range of Fine Art, from painting and sculpture to video and live art. Each element is supported by

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Entry Requirements

You’ll need a good first degree in Fine Art or its equivalent in terms of learning or experience, and a good working knowledge of Fine Art contexts and methodologies.

Fundamentally, you’ll be selected on your ability to succeed on this course, as demonstrated by your portfolio and interview.

Course Content

Where is Bath Spa University


Student Profile(s)

Tom Mence

I have a passion for painting and have been painting in my own time (and on my own) for the past 20 years. I was therefore keen to do a practice-based postgraduate fine art degree, and Bath Spa University was recommended to me. The School of Art and Design has a good reputation and it’s set in a great location in Bath. The studio space is also fantastic. I liked the rigorousness of the course and also the blend of workshops and one-to-one tuition. The staff of the course are very supportive and Dexter Dalwood’s seminar series is particularly memorable. Having this MA will allow me to apply for artists’ residencies, awards and competitions. It has set me on a path to confidently continue with my practice. If you are considering this course have a good idea what you want to achieve, and why. Also, it helps to have a good general knowledge of contemporary and historical artistic practice.

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