Fine Art (Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture)
The ISCA Fine Art programme provides students with an engaging learning experience and a thorough grounding in the essential principles of Art and Design. There is a particular focus on drawing, design, colour and composition to improve visual understanding and support learning throughout the creative subjects. A range of skills and techniques are taught to support each student in developing their ideas, aesthetic understanding and personal visual language.
Students are given the opportunity to work in a wide variety of media. It offers the more buy klonopin cheap online traditional mediums of painting, drawing, collage and sculpture, as well as encouraging students to explore different approaches, including mixed media, digital technologies and installation.
The focus for the short term in Fine Art is to consolidate what has already been achieved through seeking even more opportunity to advance individual student creativity in order to enhance their confidence in their own output and artistic worth.
The main disciplines are as follows:
- Digital Technologies and Photography