Animation / BA (Hons) Franchised Course, University for the Creative Arts (UK)
This flagship UCA animation course is one of the best in Europe. Established in 1972 by the British Oscar-winning animator Bob Godfrey, it was the first degree to specialise in the academic study of animation.
UCA BA Animatiion course alumni are second-to-none and include nine Oscar winners and nominees including Michael Dudok de Wit, Daniel Greaves and Suzie Templeton as well as numerous BAFTA and British Animation Award winners and nominees.
Many successful studios have been set up by our alumni including McKinnon & Saunders (Fantastic Mr. Fox, Corpse Bride etc.), Astley Baker Davies (Peppa Pig), Animade and the Moth Collective. This gives the course solid links to a wide range of creative talent, studios and potential employers.
The course itself is committed to the study and exploration of animated filmmaking. It encourages creativity and individuality through a broad definition of animation, which includes any technique that is created ‘frame by frame’.
We respect all well-established traditional approaches to animation whilst fully integrating all of the digital techniques and standards of a rapidly evolving industry.
Critical and Theoretical Studies (CTS) help develop an in depth understanding of animation, its practices and contexts, and support all of the studio practice.
Fine Art / BA (Hons) Franchised Course, University for the Creative Arts (UK)
The ethos of Fine Art at the Cyprus Academy of Art is founded on enabling students to develop a contemporary artistic practice over the course of a FT or PT programme, which culminates in them becoming a professional in the field.
The course starts in the studio. All tutors are practitioners. Our philosophy centers on making.
Learning and Teaching on the programme
• Is student-centered.
• Facilitates innovative approaches to working with materials.
• Tests habitual ways of seeing and depicting.
• Questions established hierarchies of knowledge.
• Develops professional expertise.
The staff members of the Cyprus Academy of Art Fine Art department reflect a diverse range of interests through their own established practices.
Their work is presented nationally and internationally, and covers Painting, Sculpture, Printmaking, Photography & Moving Image, Sound & Performance.
The diversity of the staff body and spatial resources of the Cyprus Academy of Art enables great multidisciplinary flexibility in the delivery of the course. Different technical skills can be pursued further in dedicated workshop areas, staffed by technicians whose valuable expertise is integral to the delivery of the course.
Fine Art / MA
Franchised Course, University for the Creative Arts (UK)
Our postgraduate Fine Art course is designed to provide a structured
context for the development of individual Masters projects. It does this through introducing and exploring various strategies for making art, and nurturing an understanding of the ideas that make such practices meaningful. Questioning and exploring personal strategies for making art, we offer a reflective environment in which to understand the ideas and contexts that make your practice meaningful.
The cross-disciplinary structure of the course encourages connections with other modes of thinking and working.
Guest lectures and professional practice seminars will help you develop your personal networks. You'll work closely with local and national galleries
and public arts organisations, including Turner Contemporary, Whitstable Biennale, The London Art Fair, Strange Cargo and the Folkestone Triennial, and be actively supported to develop and show work outside the context of the University.
With a well-established and strong history, our Master in Fine Art course is open to artists, designers, illustrators, architects and theorists (including graduates in the humanities). It's designed to foster new and innovative approaches to fine art study at an advanced level.
Building upon the practical and conceptual concerns of contemporary art practice, you'll develop an advanced ability to conceptualise and research in relation to your own practice.
We take great pride in ensuring that you have a fulfilling, engaging and inspirational experience. We're thrilled that this is reflected through our student satisfaction rates, which consistently reach almost 100%.
Working internationally with other universities, local and national galleries and museums, as well as specialist partners within industry, our course draws on a number of industrial links and expertise from a range of creative
Postgraduates are given immense freedom with their art, but we do maintain an emphasis on developing professional networks to better understand your craft. Guest lectures and professional practice seminars will help you develop these, and you'll work closely with local and national galleries and public arts organisations, including Turner Contemporary, Whitstable Biennale, The London Art Fair, Strange Cargo and the Folkestone Triennial, and be actively supported to develop and show work outside the context of the University. We continue to work internationally with other universities, local and national galleries and museums, as well as specialist partners within industry, our course draws on a number of industrial links and expertise from a range of creative fields.
Our course is supported by seminars, tutorials, workshops, work-in progress sessions, study visits and critiques. The progressive move from staff-directed to autonomous learning is an integral part of the structure of this course, too, as you identify, develop and manage your own Masters project.
With this programme you will be prepared for the exciting and creative journey of designing and developing Animated films using suitable tools, environments and techniques.
This course provides education and training in the theory and practice of Animation as required for careers in Animation or computer games design, and 2D & 3D computer animation. You will develop a range of skills and techniques and focus on the development of higher- level skills in an Animation context.
Created to promote an ethos of theory combined with practice the course gives students the opportunity to learn screenwriting, editing, camera techniques, post-production and production management skills. The course is designed to facilitate students’ entry into the industry, support their filmmaking and lay a strong foundation for progression to a career within the photography and film Industry
This exciting course will give you the crucial skills that you will need to become a professional artist working within the creative industries.
You will have the opportunity to explore practical and personal responses to ideas and concepts through a variety of creative approaches and disciplines including drawing, painting, photography, mixed media, installation, sculpture, digital artwork and printmaking.
Throughout your studies you’ll strengthen your own fine art identity and enjoy applying your own creativity in modules that cover site specific art and specialist studio practice.
The BA Art, Media and Design Degree in Graphic Design aims to offer you a unique opportunity to develop your own signature style and visual language in the creation of a professional Graphic Design portfolio.
The course is aimed at students wanting to develop a career in various areas of the Graphic Design industry such as magazine design, publishing, branding and design agencies, art direction and advertising, website design, creating their own design studio, further study and research.
The Diploma in Art & Design Foundation Studies prepares you for the progression from diploma to degree.
At The CAA you’ll spend the year exploring a range of creative subjects, giving you the time and creative inspiration to decide which area of art and design you’d like to specialise in when you come to choose your undergraduate degree.
As a foundation student at CAA, you’ll be working on campus with your own dedicated studio space.
You’ll have access to the facilities at CAA and will be supported by teams of subject specialist lecturers / most lecturers are active within their own fields as professional designers, artists and researchers.
Working in and amongst our undergraduate and postgraduate students as part of our uniquely creative community, you’ll be able to observe first-hand the range of degree options available to you.