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  1. City Lit fine art: year 2
    Course start date:  Tue 15 Oct 2024

    Location on this date:  Keeley Street

    Tutors:  Rolina Elsje Blok, Kath Castillo, Alexandra Harley, Monika Kita, Amanda Knight, Joe Richardson, Steven Scott
    Year 2 of CLFA (VM552) will enable you to consolidate and focus the various creative experiences and ideas you will have gained in Year 1, or from equivalent external courses.



    This course enables you to identify, develop, produce, and exhibit a personal creative project.



    You will adopt simple research methods to help you develop and produce a body of new creative work that takes an individual, self-motivated direction. The necessary self-motivated approach to your work will result in the development of a cohesive set of new artwork that should reflect your own interests. There will be group critiques, one-to-one tutorials and weekly studio production sessions that will challenge and enable you to explore and refine your creative intentions, plus seminars and presentations in which you will learn and engage with new contextual information. These are delivered by experienced, practising artist / tutors.



    You should; be prepared to spend some of your own time developing your creative work, and enhancing your creative thinking by visiting exhibitions, reading, researching and planning your project.



    Basic materials are included but you will need to supplement these depending on the nature of your creative work.



    The course culminates in a group exhibition in the college gallery. This will be organised and marketed collaboratively by the student cohort with engagement and support from CLFA Tutors and City Lit technical staff.
    Full fee £2,249.00 Senior fee £1,799.00 Concession £1,574.00
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