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Fine Art facilities

Our Fine Art students are based in the Bonington building, our dedicated art and design hub. With spacious and well-equipped studios and workshops, home to a broad range of industry-standard equipment, our students have access to everything they need in order to create innovative and industry-standard work.

Our dedicated studios and workshops are available for students from all year groups to use - creating a thriving and inspirational creative environment.

As part of the School of Art & Design, our Fine Art students have access to a diverse range of facilities and equipment including:

  • metal workshops adapted for specialist metal usage
  • woodworking workshop and equipment
  • rubber, resin and plastics development equipment
  • hand screen printing, transfer printing, and collograph printing
  • HOAF gas and electric kilns for glass work
  • a ceramic digital printer
  • casting and moulding equipment
  • vinyl cutter
  • potter's wheels
  • polymer 3D printer
  • video editing facilities
  • three full-size photographic studios with backgrounds and lighting
  • black-and-white and colour darkrooms, enlargers and processors
  • waterjet and laser cutting technology
  • digital fabric printers
  • embroidery machines
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Fine Art student Harry Freestone

"We have access to great facilities in moving image, sound, wood, clay, metal and more, which help us to build a contemporary art practice."
BA (Hons) Fine Art student, Harry Freestone

"The facilities at NTU are excellent! The Bonington building is like a mini creative universe - with its art shop for equipment, gallery for inspiration, and café for energy – it has everything a student might need."
BA (Hons) Fine Art student, Kristine Vaivode

Fine Art facilities

  • Subject area: Art and design
  • Category: Learning tools and spaces; Teaching facilities

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