Study fine art or photography at London Met

By studying to become an artist or photographer at London Metropolitan University, you’ll be joining our School of Art, Architecture and Design’s proud list of students, which includes famous artists such as Sam Taylor-Wood, John Cecil Stephenson and Professor Gerard Hemsworth.

Our fine art and photography courses can equip you for a career in the arts – as an artist, illustrator, photographer or in many other creative roles. Our graduates have gone on to be successful in a wide range of mediums including painting, sculpture, design, film and photography. Many have also won prestigious awards including the Royal Academy’s British Institution Award, the John Ruskin Drawing Prize and the ARTIQ Graduate Art Prize.

As well as having many opportunities to exhibit their work during their course, our graduates have gone on to exhibit in galleries all over the world including in Paris, Barcelona, Rome, Amsterdam, New York, Milan and Singapore. Many of our graduates have also seen their work on display in the UK – at the Royal College of Art, Ashmolean Museum, V&A, British Library and as part of the Government Art Collection.

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Our undergraduate art and photography courses

Belly pipe
2. Adam Wallace, 'Belly pipe' Studio 5 - BA Fine Art

Work by Adam Wallace

Installation by Kimberly Hang
Installation by Kimberly Hang

Fine Art

The Secret Garden
The Secret Garden by Marcin Jozefiak

By Marcin Jozefiak

1983, 16.2.14, 12.16pm
1983, 16.2.14, 12.16pm by Lee-Ann Archer

By Lee-Ann Archer

Photography by Laila Halilova

By Laila Halilova

The summer show
Installation by M. Peltonen and photography by K. Sobolciakova

By M Peltonen and K Sobolciakova

News and success stories from our art and photography courses