The course centres around independent art making and research. Students are both challenged and supported through regular consultations with Prof. Paul McDevitt, artistic assistant Claas Gutsche, and via group discussions.
Studio work is combined with semester projects, where students work through an assigned concept or task. These projects are include themed lectures and visits by guest speakers.
The print workshops are a core part of many students’ practice, and technical support is always available from our printing staff. Visiting lecturers run courses in specific techniques, as well as experimental hybrid models of printmaking.
Exhibiting artistic work is a core part of the studies, and there are regular opportunities to show work in galleries, museums, and in public spaces.