Jake Grewal graduated from our Fine Art Painting BA(Hons) and went on to the Royal College – he’s now got his first solo institutional exhibition at Pallant House Gallery. In a longform interview with Studio International, he says “I don’t know where I make work from other than my experience and emotional response.”
Three Fine Art Painting BA(Hons) students are showing their work in an exhibition at Gallery 40 in Brighton’s city centre 19th – 22nd July.
“The specificity is the reason I chose this course over my other choices, and it was one of the best choices I have ever made.” Read More
“I don’t want it to stop but endings bloom into new beginnings and I’m excited about the future.” Read More
“The studio environment and the discussions that I have had with fellow painters on the course has been a significantly enjoyable part of the course.” Read More
“This course is perfect if you want to pursue your artistic expression whilst having no limits. I chose it because I knew I had enough passion and curiosity to carve my own path.”
“I chose my course (Fine Art: Painting) as it is a specialised course that priorities studio-based art making. Before coming to university, I knew I wanted to paint, so I needed time and space to be fully submerged in my practice.” Read More
Michael Clarence is the latest artist to receive a prestigious Freelands Fellowship to work for a year within University of Brighton’s School of Art and Media. Read More
The influential style magazine focuses on the work of painter Sola Olulode who graduated from our Fine Art Painting BA(Hons) in 2018 and is enjoying success in the UK and abroad. Read More
Fine Art Painting BA(Hons) graduate Sola Olulode has been named as one of 10 artists to watch at this year’s Contemporary African Art Fair in London.
Lydia Stonehouse and Megan Hack have won the annual prize which helps graduates kick-start their artistic career with free studio space in central Brighton.
“My professors, great artists as well, have been very supportive and dedicated to their students. Particularly, their tolerant attitudes towards my works have contributed to my achievement.” Read More
“Moving to Brighton has been an invaluable experience by placing me in a hub of creative people as well as the sea, the South Downs and the coastline as a constant inspiration for my practice.” Read More
“The tutors have always been welcoming and have definitely been a key part in the development of my work. Being in an environment which encourages you to explore and try out different mediums and ideas has allowed me to mould my practice into something which I am really proud of.”
“The fine art painting course at Brighton has been a great opportunity to develop my practice, meeting many painters and artists that have expanded my ideas and thoughts about painting. Brighton has been an exciting city to live in, with a strong community of artistic people.”
Will, a video installation artist, will be teaching on Brighton’s Fine Art Painting BA(Hons).
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