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Kingston University's Art and Design History and Practice course combines academic learning with creative activities such as curating exhibitions, creating digital and print publications, film making and writing blogs.

Our Fine Art & Art History course develops your visual analysis skills and historical knowledge of art, and you'll get to explore traditional forms of painting and sculpture with new forms such as film and digital printmaking.

Graduates of these courses have gone onto work in a range of roles such as curation, advertising, publishing and archiving at companies including the National Archives, the V&A Museum and the South Bank Centre.

Guardian University Guide 2018

Guardian University Guide 2018

We were ranked at number 6 in the UK (out of 66) for our Art courses. This is a rise of 23 places from our 2017 ranking. 

Facilities

Facilities

You'll have access to our impressive workshops, including photography, digital media, 3D and printmaking technologies, as well as a dedicated art and design library.

Industry partnerships

Industry partnerships

Kingston University is an associate of the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), so you will receive free membership and access to seminars and events.

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