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Transform your creative practice by engaging with print media on our Masters course at Cambridge School of Art. Work on your own projects using the latest techniques in our industry-standard facilities, and get invaluable experience of exhibiting, curating and collaborating. Read more
The course benefits from the extensive facilities and reputation of UWE's Print Centre, with active links to the Centre for Fine Print Research (CFPR) - bringing research expertise, valuable placement opportunities, and access to related symposia, conferences and exhibitions. Read more
MA Visual Arts. Printmaking at Camberwell College of Arts encourages students to reflect on printmaking in its many contexts. The international success of our MA in Printmaking is due to how we explore this medium in its own right, as well as its relationship to wider contemporary practices. Read more
Prepare for a career as a professional artist. Independently develop your practical work, research skills and critical thinking, with support from our experienced staff and visiting artists. Read more
This practice and research-based course will enable you to explore and develop your interest and skill in all forms of narrative and sequential illustration. Read more
The Course aims to. Provide you with exciting and diverse opportunities to advance and develop your fine art practice, contextual awareness and theoretical knowledge/understanding within a supportive and creative environment. Read more
This studio-based programme offers a constructive, critical environment for artists wishing to develop their practice. Our students produce artworks in a range of media, using paint, sound, performance, photography, video, sculpture and digital animation. Read more
Contemporary Fine Art opens up a transformative space. It creates a dialogue and it disrupts. New ideas are expressed and artists develop a critical language from which they communicate and mediate on processes and global contexts. Read more