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Fine art

Abstract painting by Mathilda Roach Osborne
Abstract painting by Mathilda Roach Osborne
BA (Hons) Fine Art: Painting, Abstract painting by Mathilda Roach Osborne, Copyright holder: Alys Tomlinson

Whether through drawing, painting, sculpture, visual arts or new media, develop your conceptual and critical consciousness and cultivate a practice around it.

Courses

  • Paintings on a wall
    BA (Hons) Fine Art: Painting, Abstract painting by Mathilda Roach Osborne, Copyright holder: Alys Tomlinson
    Pre-degree  

    Hone your technical skills on a specialist route or choose an open curriculum. Gain the skills and knowledge you need to pursue a relevant degree.

  • Man crouched in front of artwork. BA (Hons) Fine Art, Shinuk Suh in the Studio, Copyright holder: Alys Tomlinson
    BA (Hons) Fine Art, Shinuk Suh in the Studio, Copyright holder: Alys Tomlinson
    Undergraduate  

    Work alongside industry experts as you develop your craft and build your knowledge. Gain the skills to define your own professional practice.

  • Artwork with blue stripes. Prints installation by Ziyan Lu
    MA Visual Arts: Book Arts, Prints installation by Ziyan Lu
    Postgraduate  

    Take your studies to the next level as you develop specialist skills with a particular focus. Further your career as you deepen your research.

  • Painting tools on the floor
    BA (Hons) Fine Art, Painting tools of Nikitah Patel, Copyright holder: Alys Tomlinson
    Short Courses  

    Get a taste of this subject area as you learn applicable skills in courses such as Painting and Printmaking.

Facilities

  • Luke Wade working in the studio
    Luke Wade working in the studio, Case study, Copyright holder: Alys Tomlinson
    Camberwell College of Arts

    Discover our workshops and facilities for fine art at Camberwell College of Arts

  • Woman sat on floor surrounded by artwork in the studio
    MA Fine Art, Marie-Aimee Fattouche working in the Studio, Case Study, Copyright holder: Alys Tomlinson
    Chelsea College of Arts

    Discover our workshops and facilities for fine art at Chelsea College of Arts

  • Mustafa Boga holding a cup surrounded by his collages
    MA Fine Art, Mustafa Boga and his collages, Case study, Copyright holder: Alys Tomlinson
    Central Saint Martins

    Discover our workshops and facilities for fine art at Central Saint Martins

  • Woman setting up lights in the photography studio
    BA (Hons) Photojournalism and Documentary Photography, Ellen Shaw in the photography Studio, Copyright holder: Alys Tomlinson
    London College of Communication

    Discover our workshops and facilities for fine art at London College of Communication

Graduate Showcase

Get inspired by work from our most recent fine art design graduates.

Visit the Showcase.

Hanging installation made of lots of different coloured neon strips tangled together.
MA Art and Science, Jylle Navarro's Neon installation, Show 1 © David Poultney

Stories

  • Student drawing in the studio
    Photography by Alys Tomlinson

    Diamond Nuchjalearn: MA Fine Art: Drawing

    Having first studied Architecture in his home country, Diamond Nuchjalearn decided to pursue a slightly different path with a postgraduate course at UAL.

  • Chino Hirose headshot
    Chino Hirose, BA (Hons) Fine Art, Chelsea College of Arts © Alys Tomlinson

    Chino Hirose from Japan

    Drawn to London because of a passion for British art, Chino made the move from Yokohoma in Japan to continue her studies in Fine Art at UAL.

  • Photography by Alys Tomlinson.
    Photography by Alys Tomlinson.

    Emily Mulenga: MA Fine Art

    Emily discusses how receiving the Frank Bowling scholarship from UAL allowed her to expand her practice through postgraduate study.

  • Art sculpture piece made with fabrics of different colours, the piece stands on the floor and has a square shape
    Work by Alia Hamaoui at Springboard exhibition

    Making connections and building a network

    BA Fine Art Painting graduate Alia Hamaoui on identity, culture and exhibiting in south east London.