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The course combines study of the history, archaeology and art of all these classical world. It looks at the societies and cultures of the ancient Greel Mediterranean world through their written texts.
Fine Art is the making and study of visual art. It educates and prepares students to become artists and to follow other practices that are aligned to the making of art.
The Ruskin School of Art offers a three-year studio-based BFA course in which students work alongside each other in collaboratively organised studios.
Whereas many fine art courses run in an environment devoted exclusively to art and design, Ruskin students, as members of a collegiate university, have the advantage of contact.
Jack Stanton, who graduated in 2013 and now works as a professional artist, recalls: ‘I think the most important element of the Ruskin is the seriousness with which your work is considered by tutors.
The first year of the course is structured to introduce students to each other, to the resources of the school and to the staff involved in teaching and running the Ruskin.
The intimate working environment of the school, arranged in two buildings, allows art history, theory and criticism to be treated as integral to the development of studio work.
After graduation, most students go on to work in fine art as practising artists, teachers and art writers, or as curators in public and private galleries and for arts councils and organisations.
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