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About Kingston School of Art

FADA facultyThis course is delivered by Kingston School of Art.

Kingston School of Art has its roots in the studio-based approach of Britain's art school system (the original School of Art was founded in the 1890s).

Today, for most courses, learning still takes place in our specialist studios, each subject area having its own fully-equipped studio, where you take part in classes, tutorials and critical reviews with fellow students. This strong studio culture also ensures regular interaction between students and tutors.

For non studio-based courses, learning takes place in classroom-based seminars, tutorials and lectures, alongside site visits to museums, galleries, auction houses and other creative professional environments.

Our students are encouraged to engage closely with the diverse businesses that make London one of the most important centres for the creative industries. Our industry connections mean we provide unique study opportunities, such as:

  • the chance to have your work seen by eminent members of your profession;
  • 'live' projects, site visits and placements in prestigious companies or institutions; and
  • project work and workshops with visiting lecturers and industry specialists.

Our excellent reputation means that industry leaders regularly visit our student shows to see the best of the new talent.

Where is Kingston School of Art based?  Kingston School of Art is based at the Kingston School of Art at Knights Park campus, where our well-equipped facilities offer a modern study environment so that you graduate with cutting-edge skills and knowledge.

Staff teaching on this course

Nelson Douglas

Nelson Douglas is a professional lens-based media artist, who teaches the cinematography module Visions of Light as well as supervising final dissertation projects. For the last 10 years, Nelson has produced a series of exhibitions and films working with community groups excluded from mainstream society by education language, culture and gender. Much of his work has been commissioned / exhibited by English Heritage, Arts Council of Great Britain and The National Trust.


Abbe Fletcher

Abbe Fletcher, Course Director, is a film maker who teaches Film Making 1 (documentary), Film Making 2 (drama) and Film Writing in addition to supervising final dissertation projects. Her current research interests include documentary and collective filmmaking, and the impact of family life on creative process. Abbe is a founder member of w.in.c (Women's Independent Collective Films). 


Shane O'Sullivan

Dr Shane O'Sullivan is a filmmaker who teaches Filmmaking 1, Filmmaking 2 and Film Writing, in addition to supervising final dissertation projects. His three feature documentaries to date explore contemporary political history and have been broadcast worldwide. Children of the Revolution was released in 30 cinemas across Japan in 2014. His research interests include documentary studies, video essays and film distribution.

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This course is taught at Penrhyn Road

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020 3308 9930*

*Calls cost 7p per minute from a UK landline plus your phone company's access charge. Calls to this number from mobiles are normally deductible from your inclusive minutes.

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This course is taught at Penrhyn Road

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