The School of Architecture and the Visual Arts includes five Subject Areas: Architecture, Digital Arts and Visual communication, Fashion/Textiles, Fine Art, Visual Theories Waterside student accommodation on the Docklands Campus
The AVA Building was opened by Grayson Perry, who appeared as his alter-ego, ‘Claire’.
Fine Art Studios Installing a Degree Show May 05
Print Workshop February 06 Fine Art students have access to a complete range of workshops within the AVA building
The Virtual Space Preparing a video conference with art schools in the Czech Republic, Georgia and Maine. February 06
There are additional riverside studios at Trinity Buoy Wharf opposite the Millennium Dome
Fine Art is taught by practicing artists Many of the artists teaching Fine Art have international exhibiting profiles Faisal Abdu’Allah Tim Allen Geoff Brunell Pete Cobb Ann Course Grenville Davey Marilyn Hallam Alexis Harding Elaine Johnson Gereon Krebber Sophie Newell Karen Raney Jane Riches Si Sapsford John Smith Ed Whittaker Alison Winckle Richard Wilson Technical Associates- Gary Doherty Zoe Hodgson John Holder Paul Manners Glenn Marston Mark Sowden Chris Strong Dean Todd Gaynor Zealy
Richard Wilson is Visiting Professor of Fine Art Richard Wilson with ’20:50’ Saatchi Gallery
Students helped Richard Wilson produce ‘Butterfly’A light aircraft was crushed on campus, and then gradually stretched back into shape while suspended in the Wapping Pumphouse
Grenville Davey with Faisal Abdu’Allah Grenville Davey is a Turner Prize-winner
Si SapsfordKeynote Speaker and exhibitor International Drawing Symposium Melbourne 2005. ‘Self Portrait as Doubting Thomas’ bic biro, lifesize
John Smith: still from ‘Museum Piece’ 2004 'Best International Short Film' 50th Cork International Film Festival, Ireland 2005 'Prix du Centre pour l¹image contemporaine, Saint-Gervais Genève' 11th Biennial of Moving Images, Geneva, Switzerland 2005.
Gereon Krebber, winner of the Phoenix Prize 2005 and the Jerwood Sculpture Prize 2003
Student Exhibition:Students exhibition is an important part of Fine Art at UEL Ada Street Project Third Year Show Nov 05
Student installation on Richard Wilson’s Millennium Artwork ‘Slice of Reality’
‘Not in the Gallery Space’ November 05 student initiated show installed in a student flat in Shadwell ‘Not in the Gallery space’ November 05Student initiated show installed in a flat in Shadwell
‘Shoeshine’ AVA Gallery February 06
Collaborative Show at Trinity Buoy Wharf with students from Kingston University March 06
Collaborative Show at Trinity Buoy Wharf with Kingston University students March 06
Fine Art Subject Area The Fine Art Subject Area offers Programmes at three levels BA Hons Fine Art MA Fine Art Professional Doctorate in Fine Art Subject Director: Pete Cobb email firstname.lastname@example.org www.uel.ac.uk/ava The School of Architecture and the Visual Arts also offers ‘Year Zero’ an introductory pre-Level 1 programme Contact Christine Wade email@example.com
BA Hons Fine Art Programme Leader: Tim Allen Admissions Tutor: Alison Winckle Administrator: Jeanette Ioannou Tel 020 8223 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Three years Full time Or five years part time Students should normally have completed a foundation course, access course, or equivalent before entry. For students who do not fulfil this there is a four year route offering entry via Year Zero
MA Fine Art Programme Leader: Pete Cobb Administrator: Beryl Watson Tel 020 8223 3400 Email email@example.com One year full time (45 weeks) Two years part time Applicants should normally have completed a first degree in Fine Art or another associated discipline before entry.
Professional Doctorate in Fine Art Programme Leader: Geoff Brunell Administrator: Beryl Watson Tel 020 8223 3400 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Three years full time Five years part time Applicants should normally have completed an MA in Fine Art or a related discipline before entry.
Fine Art Study Abroad Programmes Fine Art Study Abroad Programmes begin in September 2006 Overseas students may study Fine Art at UEL for one or two semester programmes, which start in September or February Subject Director: Pete Cobb Email: email@example.com
Fine Art students and staff Trinity Buoy Wharf Studios Opening Ceremony