Video produced by the Edinburgh College Granton Learning Resources Video Production Unit.
Thanks to David McLachlan & Mike Chalmers
ContemporaryArtETC.com in association with Edinburgh’s Telford College are delighted to announce the opening of XX – Collective at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop this evening.
XX – Collective is the first ever HND Contemporary Art Practice Grad Show anywhere in the world and is the culmination of the collective efforts of the qualification development team, teaching staff and most importantly students over the past 4 years.
The exhibition features , painting, video, sculpture, drawing and performance by 9 artists each of whom present their unique view of the world.
Opening at 6pm this evening the exhibition will run daily from 10 – 6 until Wednesday the 3rd June
Contemporary Art Practice students inundated with offers:
At the time of publication the 2009 UCAS stats for HND Contemporary Art Practice Year 2 candidates at Edinburgh’s Telford College are as follows:
- 100% received 1 or more HE Degree offer.
- 78% received 2 or more HE Degree offers.
- 33% received 3 or more HE Degree offers.
- 90% received offers @ SCQF Level 9 (equivalent to entry level 3 in Scotland)
- 67% received offers @ SCQF Level 8 (equivalent to entry level 2 in Scotland)
Every year thousands of Art & Design students from hundreds of schools and FE colleges throughout the country apply for Fine Art and Design degree courses in the UK. Competitions for places is extremely high; Edinburgh College of Art for example receives more applications than Oxford and Cambridge. Successfully gaining a place on these courses is a significant achievement for any applicant.
Although such achievements are predominantly down to the hard work, dedication and creative output of the applicants themselves there can be no doubt that the influence of a highly creative, well resourced and supportive art dept along with the input of highly qualified and professional artists / lecturers can have a significant and lasting influence on the future success of students whether they choose to go on to Higher Education or directly into the Creative Industries.
The HND in Contemporary Art Practice at Edinburgh’s Telford College has a growing reputation as one of the most successful courses in the country. Our progression rates continue to be amongst the highest in the FE sector.
This year places have been offered on the following courses:
Edinburgh College of Art:
- BA(hons) Intermedia
- BA(hons) Painting
- BA(hons) Sculpture
Glasgow School of Art:
- BA(hons) Sculpture and Environmental Art
University of Cumbria:
University of Newcastle:
If you would like to study on one of the most innovative and successful Fine Art HND courses in the UK then why not APPLY NOW.
Despite record numbers of applications there are still a number of places left on all of the FineArtETC courses for next session.
If you would like to be part of one of Scotland’s largest, most highly regarded and well equipped Creative Art Schools with record progression rates into Higher Education Diploma / Degree courses and into work then APPLY NOW!