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Art & Design History and Practice BA(Hons): Course features

What this course offers you

  • Access to Kingston School of Art's world-class workshop facilities (including photography, digital media, 3D and printmaking technologies).
  • To develop your first hand understanding of art and design history and communicate your knowledge through creative projects.
  • Our teaching is based on our position at the forefront of academic research in art and design history and theory. The recent Research Excellence Framework 2014 (REF 2014) judged our faculty's research as 'world leading' and 'internationally excellent'.
  • You will benefit from the experience of academics who are active practitioners in the creative and research communities. Our academics are involved in a range of projects such as art market consulting, curating exhibitions, organising conferences, publishing books and working as critics and journalists.
  • In the first year of the operation of our course, our students scored us 100% satisfaction for Assessment and Feedback and 93% overall satisfaction in the 2016-2017 Year 1 Survey.
  • "The programme clearly encourages, supports and develops risk-taking as a key element of thinking and communicating about art and design, and takes advantage of the art school environment to deliver this." Dr Sarah Teasley, External Examiner, 2017 

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This course is taught at Kingston School of Art, Knights Park

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Location

This course is taught at Kingston School of Art, Knights Park

View Kingston School of Art, Knights Park on our Google Maps
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