Art progression routes
This section explores progression routes related to art.
Progression routes related to art include a variety of subjects and courses in a variety of different settings. For example, you could study art and design, illustration, or design and technology as a college course. Or you could study fine art, textiles, or art and design at A Level.
In terms of higher education there are a range of art university courses:
- University of Cumbria: BA (Hons) Illustration, BA (Hons) Fine Art
- Lancaster University: BSc (Hons) Marketing and Design, BA (Hons) Art
- Edge Hill: BA (Hons) Animation
There also exists apprenticeships across all levels such as
- Intermediate or advanced apprenticeships like: Junior 2D artists, fashion, studio assistants, and community arts administrators.
- Higher and degree apprenticeships like: Arts Council England Apprenticeship Scheme.
Arts based progression routes also might involve going to specific institution like Colleges of Art. These are higher education institutions that offer specialised art-based courses. These are practical based courses with opportunities to showcase your art in galleries.
Example institutions include:
- Manchester School of Art
- The City of Liverpool College
- Leeds University of Art.
Transferable skills you might gain from arts related progression routes include creativity, good judgement, and adaptability.