Interview and portfolio advice with MA Contemporary Art Practice
A portfolio is a body of work which gives us an insight into you as a practicing artist.
Fine Art and Art History - careers
With a degree in Fine Art at Plymouth University you'll find employment in a diverse range of careers, from teaching to professional practice, working in museums to art therapy. We’ll help you find your niche and train for it with flexible internships.
Graduate insight - Sue Austin
Susan Austin, graduated from BA (Hons) Fine Art, progressing onto the MA Contemporary Art Practice with Plymouth University and establishing the FreeWheeling art initiative
Facilities with BA (Hons) Fine Art
With two-thirds of your time on BA (Hons) Fine Art spent in the studio, the facilities at Plymouth University for you to create your own artwork need to be outstanding...and they are.
Interview and portfolio advice with BA (Hons) Fine Art
When you're applying for the BA (Hons) Fine Art degree with Plymouth University and preparing for your interview, follow these tips to find out what your portfolio should contain and ways to avoid unnecessary stress.
University of Plymouth: Find out about study options in contemporary art practice as well as our events and activities
BA (Hons) Fine Art and Art History
Create and analyse with a BA (Hons) Fine Art and Art History undergraduate degree with Plymouth University. You’ll try different techniques and technologies and develop your own work informed by a critical engagement with art history.
BA (Hons) Fine Art
Realise your artistic potential with a BA (Hons) Fine Art undergraduate degree with Plymouth University. Guided by practising artists, you’ll try different techniques and technologies, deepening your understanding of what makes great art.