Colouring of metal through an introduction to enameling on 3 dimensional forms will also be covered.
You will be encouraged to develop your understanding of design through a personal project, drawing from personal inspiration, exploring the potential of test pieces and aiming towards the production of one or more finished pieces.
You are encouraged to keep a visual diary, which reflects your personal practice, individual inspirations and research into artists within this field.
This becomes a personal journal of your development during the course.
You will be able to build on your knowledge and understanding of the design process through examples of sketchbook work/3D sketches/test pieces, class talks, group/individual discussion and studio-based practice.
Methods of delivery include: class talks, demonstrations, individual/group discussion and studio-based practice. You are taught by specialist staff who will offer practical advice and instruction together with personal encouragement in discovering individual creative skills. You will receive general instruction and one-to-one tuition tailored to suit your personal level of experience and ability.
A complete health and safety induction will take place on commencement of the course.
This course is not formally assessed.
Students are encouraged to inform us at the time of enrolment of information relating to a disability, medical condition or specific learning difficulty.
The Disability & Dyslexia Centre advises and supports students who disclose a sensory or mobility impairment, chronic medical condition, mental health issue, dyslexia and other specific learning differences. Applicants with profound physical or sensory disabilities are encouraged to arrange a pre-entry visit to discuss any concerns and to view the facilities.
The Study Support Team provides training and support to all students in academic writing, study skills, maths and statistics, English language and information technology.
Due to the exceptional demand for permits from current staff, undergraduate and postgraduate students, and the limited availability of parking facilities on campus RGU’s Transport department are unable to issue any temporary permits to Short Course students for Wednesday afternoon classes. For alternative parking information, see the ‘On Street Parking’ section at the following link.
This course is recommended if you have completed the Intermediate Jewellery course, or have equivalent experience. You must have existing knowledge and practice of working in the jewellery workshop.
All students are required to be at least 16 years of age on the commencement of course excluding the Young Artist programmes.
Course fee: £380
A refund is only applicable where there has been illness with a medical certificate to support it.
STUDENT ID CARDS
Students enrolled on a 40/60 hour Short Course are eligible for student discounted rates around the city and at our Gray’s School of Art Materials Shop. Find out more:
Gray's School of Art Materials Shop
Located within the Gray’s building, the Art Materials Shop stocks a wide range of specialist materials, papers and equipment for all kinds of creative ventures. Open to all, both student and non-student, with very competitive prices, the staff are on hand and happy to help. Open between 9am-3.30pm Monday to Friday and a selection of dates over each semester to accommodate the Short Course students.
Staff appreciate many Short Course students are busy through the day, so they are happy to take phone orders that can be collected from reception at a later/more convenient time for students.
For new intakes course fees are reviewed and published annually for each mode of delivery. Tuition fees are fixed for the duration of a course at the rate confirmed in the offer letter. For further information see:
Apply direct to the university using our online application form.
Successful enrolment will be confirmed by email.
Have a question about the course? Get in touch with the Gray's Short Course Team and we'll do our best to help.