The creative arts are at the forefront of British economic growth.
The understanding engendered through studying art, design and photography at QMC equips young people with a visual literacy which enriches their lives and their cognition, whilst the skills they learn prepare them for higher level study or employment. The teachers in the department are also practising artists and will work with you throughout your time at Queen Mary’s College to develop your skills and ideas in whichever subject you choose. You will be taught in a purpose-built space with 2 Fine Art studios, a Textiles studio, a Print room, a Ceramics studio, a Photographic studio with darkroom and wet processing facilities, a Graphic Design studio and 2 fully equipped computer suites. You can expect the work you produce to form part of a revolving programme of exhibitions around the College.
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Art, Craft and Design A Level
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Not sure what to do after College?
The below widget will enable you to explore a range of career paths that may help you to choose which courses to take at College. Some professions undoubtedly require study at university but increasingly there are also fantastic apprenticeship/sponsored degree/employment routes into many careers e.g. nursing, IT. Be sure to explore all avenues to discover how you can get to where you want to go in the future.
If you are considering apprenticeship options the Rate my Apprenticeship website offers plenty of advice and useful information. Visit their website here.