“The course has allowed me to really push the work further and develop ideas that have laid idle for some time with encouragement from staff and students.” Read More
I used to think that an MA was out of my reach, but on the contrary, has been accessible and achievable for me doing it part time.
“There are many but the main highlight is having a supportive group of like-minded creatives who make incredibly inspiring work. Having discussions about artists ideas and techniques with my peers has pushed my artwork forward.” Read More
“Finding a class that encourages exploration while improving my organization and ability to pinpoint my area of expertise was essential.” Read More
“The opportunity to exhibit in the university galleries and space has been wonderful. Seeing art in the context of a public space adds a new dimension to it.” Read More
The highlights of the course for me have been being lucky enough to have a studio space in Brighton to share with my peers and being inspired by working in the space with other like-minded artists. Read More
Yes, the works are challenging, cancer is a huge challenge that drives my practice on, but cancer really challenges all of us to talk about it and we have to. Read More
“I have learned so much and feel more confident about my practice and how to move forward.” Read More
The group exhibition in Dorset Place gallery, part of our Edward Street building on our city campus, is now open and continues until Thursday 16th February.
I enjoyed having conversations with my tutors. Individual Essay and Mentoring Module tutorials helped me to deepen my interest in the chosen subjects. Read More
Having been guided by my tutors and mentor to hone my research proposal, within the first couple of months I felt confident enough to steer away from my planned use of medium and experiment in new techniques. Read More
The course at Brighton has been amazing. It has completely given me the boost and redirection I felt I needed. Read More
“There have been so many perks to this course, I have surprisingly enjoyed aspects of it that I didn’t think I would, such as creating a presentation to discuss my practice. This was at first a worry for me but after talking to an audience about my work I felt confident about my presentation and public speaking skills that I may need in the future!” Read More
“I was attracted to the MA course in Brighton for two main reasons. Firstly, it has a strong reputation. And secondly, a number of friends have attended this university so I was very familiar with the campus and course.” Read More
Academic writing is not my forte, so I was glad when the teachers encouraged me to be creative with my critical essay. I started a graphic novel about fiction in art. Read More
For art students, it is like paradise, the most beautiful city makes me feel the urge to create! Read More
My mood was always in a creative state here, not only because of the help I received, also because our studios are located in a very good position of the city! Seeing the sea while working, is a great motivation booster! Read More
See work by four of our current students: Shirley Archibald, Oriana Yates-Butcher and Liz Schwarz. Open until 10 March 2022.
Brighton Rocks is a new exhibition at Pop Gallery in Brighton’s North Laines, a space run by Fine Art MA graduate Lucy Delano. Read More
Want to win a FREE studio space for a year in central Brighton? School of Art and Media final year students have the opportunity to apply for this award which sees Cass Art sponsoring a Phoenix Art Space studio for a 2023 graduate. Read More
The work of an artist is the ability to see and interpret reality. Read More
“Brighton’s Fine Art MAhas a very wide brief and it has been gratifying both for myself and other
students to witness the emergence of more nuanced and layered thinking realised in
new techniques and approaches to work.”
“I have been aware of this course for a while, visiting the summer show in 2019 convinced me to apply. I wanted to give my work some depth and surround myself with other artists.”
“I’ve met a brilliant group of like minded creatives that I know I will be in touch with regularly in the future. Amy Cunningham has been a great support and mentor to me and she really helped me to find my language as an artist.” Read More
School of Art final year students have the opportunity to apply for this award which sees Cass Art sponsoring a Phoenix Art Space studio for a 2021 graduate. Read More
Valerie is showing in Antisocial Isolation, a group exhibition at Saatchi Gallery, which brings together a collection of some of the most exciting early-career artists working today.
Visitors can now come and see work by students in our Dorset Place gallery, just off Edward Street in the centre of Brighton. Read More
Follow the course for student work, exhibitions and events, and graduate and staff news. Read More
Our art and media students always tell us our technicians are brilliant – and they’ve been rightly recognised in the One Brighton Staff Awards, winning the Team Contribution to Teaching and Learning award. Congratulations!
Artist Amy Cunningham is running an experimental workshop (Sat 6 March) in collaboration with the De La Warr Pavilion in which she invites participants to listen to and record sounds and images found around the home. Read More
Ventures into Perception featuring work by students Jo Bell, Amber Franks and Trisha Stone is now live. Read More
Visit the exhibition site and see work by eight of our talented postgraduate students, live until 5 March.
Alice Fox from the School of Art is among an interdisciplinary team of University of Brighton academics delivering pioneering research to help address the sanitation crisis across Asia and Africa. Read More
The University of Brighton has teamed up with insurance group Liberty Speciality Markets (LSM) to offer artists access to a valuable Art Award. Read More
The current global pandemic presents uncertainty for everyone looking for work, whether you’re about to graduate, or you’re looking for ways to develop your skills and experience over the summer. Read More
Brand new for academic year 2020-21 we are launching international scholarships available to new full-time international students on undergraduate and postgraduate taught degree courses holding an offer to start their course in academic year 2020. Read More
The School of Art has donated all of its existing personal protective equipment (PPE) to help social care workers during the coronavirus pandemic. Read More
Free and open to all Brighton CCA’s online events range from printing workshops to bespoke DJ playlists to brighten the long days of lockdown. Read More
If you are applying or have applied for a course in 2020 you’ll find advice on your application, virtual visits and much more.
Brighton Racecourse is running a competition for a University of Brighton student to showcase their work at the venue. Read More
The artist, television presenter and speaker who studied fine art at Brighton says she is “thrilled and excited”. Read More
Follow our feed for exciting art and art events! Read More
“I know you are but what am I” is a presentation of new work by Elizabeth Eade, winner of the 2018 HIX Award, at the Hix Gallery in London (17 January – 15 March 2020).
A Brighton student has won this year’s £10,000 Hix Award for her work exploring the human cost of the refugee crisis. Read More
Get your hands on an original artwork at a week-long auction in the Grand Parade foyer! Read More