NTU's Fine Art course is the perfect way to develop your art practice into a sustainable career.
Pursue Your Passion
If you're an ambitious designer and want to experiment with a variety of materials such as glass, textiles, plaster, clay, fine metals, plastics, resin and wood, then read on to find out more about our BA (Hons) Fine Art course. Here at Nottingham Trent University, we're ranked 12th best University for Art and Design in the UK (Complete University Guide 2021).
BA (Hons) Fine Art
As a fine art student at NTU, you'll be encouraged to explore with a sense of curiosity, creating work quickly and developing your ideas into more focused, self-negotiated fine art practice. Through a series of workshops, you'll experiment with different media before focusing on what is right for your own practice. There's no better place to study a creative degree than in Nottingham - its vibrant art scene is home to a thriving network of galleries and art spaces - which our students regularly exhibit at throughout their degree.
"As soon as I visited I knew I needed to be here; everything about NTU was so vibrant and invigorating, I remember walking through the studios and thinking I need to be a part of this." Chris Preece, BA (Hons) Fine Art
Our Fine Art students are based in the Bonington building, a dedicated art and design building.
As well as open plan workshop spaces, facilities and equipment include: metal workshops, woodworking workshop and equipment, glass kilns, rubber, resin and plastics development, a polymer 3D printer, hand screen printing, transfer printing and collograph printing, photography and video facilities and equipment, potters wheels, a digital printer, and casting and moulding equipment.
You can view examples of student work on the School of Art & Design's Showcase site.
As part of the course, you'll get the chance to exhibit your work as part of the Student Showcase and have the opportunity to exhibit externally in local, national or international spaces.
Join our community
We're part of the School of Art & Design at NTU, a community of creatives. Following us on social media is the best way to get an insight into the Art & Design community.
You can also read up on the latest award wins, projects, exhibitions and academic research from the School of Art & Design by browsing our news.
"Nottingham has a really incredible creative scene which nurtured my development during my studies. I have been involved with a number of galleries and art groups through the city, and have always been welcomed and encouraged to use my own voice, building my confidence greatly."