“The opportunities for experimentation and the freedom to explore different mediums and techniques have been highlights of the course for me.” 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 always wanted to do my studies in Brighton as I knew that I liked the city and that it had a good arts department for a university outside of London. It is a great city to live in as a student.” Read More
“I would say to 16 year old Sara that university has been a rite of passage and has provided someone like me from a working class, mixed heritage background many opportunities in the creative field.” Read More
“I would tell my 16 year old self that pursuing an art career is not naïve. Go for it!” 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.
The University of Brighton’s second year Fine Art and Printmaking undergraduates present Gossamer, an exhibition of creative work from students at the mid-point of their degree course.
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
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.
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
“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
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
The studios are an open and friendly place, and once people get to know each other more and everyone comes out of their shells a little (especially after lockdown) you won’t want to leave. Read More
“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
“I have found my time at Brighton amazing; its an incredibly special place and I’ve found it attracts a very friendly and kind collection of people.” Read More
I am interested in the language between contrasting materials when situated in the same body. I prefer to work in a more intuitive, less regimented way. 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
Sculptor Liberty Cheverall, a graduating fine art student, is the recipient of this year’s Cass Art & Phoenix Studio Award and will enjoy a free studio space at Phoenix Art Space for one year from September! Well done Liberty.
Will, a video installation artist, will be teaching on Brighton’s Fine Art Painting BA(Hons).
Our fabulous Fine Art Painting BA(Hons) has a new Instagram feed – follow them for images of student work, studio shots, student takeovers and events and exhibitions news. Read More
The artist, television presenter and speaker who studied fine art at Brighton says she is “thrilled and excited”. Read More
Each of our four Fine Art courses has its own Instagram feed – find out more about studying Painting, Sculpture, Printmaking and Fine Art Critical Practice at Brighton. Read More