Art Courses

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Here you will find jitter.org.uk's dedicated list on Art courses in the UK. This information is maintained by the Top Art course providers themselves so you can rely on the information being relevant to you and up to date. Search here for the best Art courses available in the UK. The types of Art courses include, postgraduate, undergraduate, art school, 6th form Art college and adult learning and span the spectrum of visual and A courses available in the UK.

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Anatomy for Artists

Anatomy for Artists
with Alan McGowan

A three day course in Human Anatomy carried out through
life-drawing, demonstration and anatomical examples.

Friday 14th January - Sunday 16th January 2011
at art’s complex, St Margarets House, Edinburgh.

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Atelier Neo Medici-A Renaissance Painting Technique for Contemporary Artists

GREGORY PELIZZARI, Artist/Director
of the ATELIER NEO-MEDICI, invites
students and professional painters to the
Aquitaine region of France, for a three
month intensive painting workshop.
"TECHNIQUE MIXTE
PAINTING WORKSHOP
Pelizzari teaches an approach to painting
known as the "technique mixte",which has
its antecedents with the early Northern
masters (Jan van Eyck). This technique
employs a tempera underpainting over
which oil colours are glazed,enabling the
artist to achieve a profoundly intricate level
of detail and greater luminosity of colour

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BA (Hons) Dance Studies

BA (Hons) Dance Studies

Typical Entry Requirements: A level grades BBB-BBC (300-280 points)

Required Subjects: There are no specific subject requirements. Dance at either A, AS level or equivalent is preferable. English at A level is also particularly welcomed.

English Language Requirements: An IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent for non-native-English-speaking applicants.

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BA (Hons) Film Studies

BA (Hons) Film Studies

Typical Entry Requirements: A level grades BBB (300 points)

Required Subjects: Preference given to candidates having studied at least one of the following:
Film Studies: Film Studies, Media Studies, English Language/Literature, Theatre Studies, Sociology or any modern language.
Film Studies with Creative Writing: English Language/Literature required.

English Language Requirements: An IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent for non-native-English-speaking applicants.

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BA (Hons) Media Studies

BA (Hons) Media Studies

Typical Entry Requirements: A level grades ABB-BBB (320-300 points)

English Language Requirements: An IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent for non-native-English-speaking applicants.

Planned Intake: 30

Course Information: In the media-rich world of the twenty-first century, wars are won and lost on television, celebrities seem more familiar to us than our neighbours, the global economy is increasingly based on the exchange of information, and communities and identities mirror popular cultures from sport to popular music.

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BA (Hons) Theatre Studies

BA (Hons) Theatre Studies

Typical Entry Requirements: A level grades ABB-BBB (320-300 points)

Required Subjects: There are no specific subject requirements although Drama or Theatre or English are preferred.

English Language Requirements: An IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent for non-native-English-speaking applicants.

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BMus (Hons) Creative Music Technology

BMus (Hons) Creative Music Technology

Typical Entry Requirements: A level grades BBB (300 points)

Required Subjects: A level Music or Music Technology at grade B or above.
Grade 5 theory (ABRSM) or equivalent proficiency.
For those intending to take performance as part of their degree (instrumental or vocal), proficiency equivalent to at least grade 7 (ABRSM) is required.

English Language Requirements: An IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent for non-native-English-speaking applicants.

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BMus (Hons) Music

BMus (Hons) Music

Typical Entry Requirements:A level grades ABB (320 points)

Required Subjects: A level Music grade A (or equivalent) required. Normally, applicants taking performance will be required to have achieved grade 7 or 8 ABRSM (or equivalent) in their primary instrument.

English Language Requirements: An IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent for non-native-English-speaking applicants.

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BMus (Hons) Sound Recording (Tonmeister)

BMus (Hons) Sound Recording (Tonmeister)

Typical Entry Requirements: A level grades AAB (340 points)

Required Subjects: Mathematics, Music and Physics to A level or equivalent are required. This may be evidenced by gaining appropriate qualifications or by passing written tests at interview. Music Technology A level together with ABRSM Music Theory Grade 5 is acceptable in place of Music A level. Musical performance proficiency equivalent to ABRSM Grade 7 is desirable.

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