Keita Lynch still from Vessel: Reconsidered
Studying in the painting studio at University of Brighton Faculty of Arts
Fine Art Performance at the University of Brighton
Work from Faculty of Arts Graduate Show 2013
Georgina Kennedy creating Wax Sculpture destined to melt within the gallery space
Kevin Pridham installation including built environment and digital interactive elements
Students working on sculptures at the University of Brighton
Suliman Majali Bone Sculpture
Raw clay crocodile sculpture gradually melts in a river of coffee
Student show, plinth
Playground Magazine devised by students at the University of Brighton
Sculpture students participate in Big Draw launch
Dance Hack University of Brighton
Elen Southern University of Brighton
Sensory Sculpture Jenny Howell University of Brighton
Emily Bath University of Brighton
Moving image editing desk, University of Brighton
Moving image BA(Hons) film making project
Moving image BA(Hons) digital project
Moving image BA(Hons) film making project Brighton beach
Moving image filming in the Old Market building
Graduate Show 2014

Fine Art Practices

Fine Art is a thriving subject area at the University of Brighton with courses at undergraduate, MA and doctoral level and a portfolio of acclaimed research. The creative, innovative and exploratory environment is fostered by dedicated academic and support staff.

Our undergraduate programme reflects contemporary notions of practice, dividing into specialisms for students to focus their work: Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture and Critical Fine Art Practice. This allows a depth and concentration not possible on many generic fine art courses. Recognising the constant change and redefinition of 'fine art' we encourage overlapping practices and disciplines, while context is provided by course teaching in art history and critical studies by established writers and researchers. Our aim is to help students working in all practices to become critical thinkers and highly proficient artists.

Post-graduate opportunities include the MA Fine Art, which allows different approaches to be tested and brought together under a common programme of study, also Inclusive Arts Practice and further postgraduate courses in related disciplines.

Research extends across many fields of fine art theory and practice and, as well as informing teaching, our staff research and innovative arts practice extends into community engagement projects.