Fine Art at Brighton fosters a dynamic research culture with three key aims:
To do this, the Initiative is split into six interlinked topics:
As part of its continual development of research the group holds regular peer discussions, reviews, exhibitions, awaydays and symposia.
Sue Gollifer is an artist with specific interests in digital fine art practices and course leader of MA Digital Media Arts.
Dr Claudia Kappenberg returns as guest editor to the journal she
Kathryn Maple collected £10,000 for winning the 29th Sunday Times Watercolour
Exhibition curated by artist and lecturer captures national interest
FACP Archive Research meets the Design Archives on the South Downs
David Auborn makes final 15 in prestigious competition.
Brighton student's fine art success
Illustration BA(Hons) students at the university were given the chance to
Sue Gollifer to be chair of ACM SIGGRAPH