Fine Art

Artists such as Patrick Brill (Bob and Roberta Smith), who was awarded an OBE in the 2017 New Year's Honours List feature amongst the fine art lecturers at The Cass. Learn from established practitioners in our inspiring studio spaces and workshops where creativity and innovation are encouraged – and flourish! You'll have access to specialist facilities including wood, metal, plastic and ceramics workshops, in addition to a photography studio and darkrooms. 

Our students also benefit from regular industry talks, events and exhibitions, and are able to observe and assist our expert artists-in-residence and have the opportunity to exhibit their work in major student exhibitions attended by art professionals.  

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"This is an enjoyable and rewarding course which provides exciting engagement with current art practice. It allowed me to develop my own approach to the discipline of painting, equipping me with both discipline-specific skills, and a range of transferable ones, too. It provided me with the experience and confidence to go on to my MA."
Elizabeth Vicary

"I was surprised that I took so much from my time at The Cass; the lecturers are incredibly engaged, the weeks are very focused and the studio sizes are fantastic."
Samuel Eyles, Fine Art BA (Hons) graduate recently featured in The Guardian 

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More about our fine art courses

Does your passion lie in expressing your creativity through art design? Are you most at home in a workshop or studio setting, getting to work on your own creations?

Study fine art at The Cass and your work could one day be displayed alongside the greats, as is the case with many of our fine art graduates. There is an impressive line-up of organisations that host work by our graduates including: the Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Venice Biennale, Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim, Art Basel, Frieze, The English Arts Council and the Pompidou Centre, to name but a few.

Industry and workplace links

We maintain strong relationships with industry professionals, practitioners and organisations in London and beyond. We offer an extensive programme of lectures from guest artists, giving you access to professionals with industry expertise. The course also prepares you for working in the art industry, by enabling you to participate not only in field trips abroad but also student-led exhibitions, where you can display your work.

Many career paths to choose from

Our graduates have gone on to work as artists, curators, art critics and art journalists, art technicians, art educators, gallery administrators, art event organisers, auctioneers, print technicians, photographers, video producers and studio managers. Some graduates have even pursued rewarding roles as art therapists, working in hospitals, day care, rehabilitation, prisons and the probation service.

Our employability record

Employability is at the heart of what we do. Here at London Met we are immensely proud of our employability record, with 97.19% of graduates from The Cass in work or further study within six months of graduating (Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey 2016–17, released July 2018).

The London Met environment

Studying at London Met you’ll be supported throughout your entire time with us in a welcoming environment, renowned for its diverse community of staff and students. You will get to study in the heart of the capital in high-quality teaching spaces, with access to state-of-the art facilities.