Portfolio Preparation For Foundation - Fine Art
Are you applying for a Foundation course? Do you want to develop your portfolio? Do you need one-to-one tuition in fine art by a tutor with extensive experience of the application process? If yes, don't miss out on this opportunity to sample a taste of a Foundation course at art school whilst focusing in the areas that interest you the most.
You will carry out a variety of fine art projects in different areas and receive expert advice from you tutor to help you improve your technical skills, develop your creative thinking, and prepare for your application. Regardless of your age, experience or ability this course is the place to begin!
Topics covered include:
- life drawing and still drawing
- concept development
- painting and printmaking
- art installations
- new media
Entry requirements: This course is for students aged 18 years and over. Students aged 16 and 17 years old can find a similar course by visiting our courses for teenagers section of the website.
Level: All levels
Please note: This course is for students aged 18 and older
Cleo Broda is a London based artist. After a Foundation at Rhode Island School of Design, she studied painting at Glasgow School of Art and gained an MFA from the Slade School of Fine Art. Her work is often site-specific and uses a range of media from drawing and print to moving image and sewn construction. The diversity of her own practice means that she has a particular understanding of the challenges of presenting different types of work in portfolio form. She has taught for nearly twenty years on art foundation and degree courses giving her extensive experience of working with students to prepare portfolios that present their work to its best advantage.
Please bring with you to the first session:
- a pen
- a sketchbook
During the course (but not on the first session), you will also need:
- A few sheets of cartridge paper
- A selection of drawing Pencils
- A4 Sketchbook
- Stanley Knife
- A small selection of Brushes
- Masking Tape
- Something to mix paint on such as an old plate or a pallete
- A Pritt/glue stick