MA Fine Art

Our alumni go on to develop successful portfolio careers, working as practising artists alongside work in the arts industries as curators, gallerists, tutors and in other related fields of practice such as design. The City & Guilds of London Art School network is strong and many of our alumni have gone on to work together to set up shared studios, galleries and projects such as the recent Dig Collective. The course is also an excellent preparation for further research and study at MPhil

So what is it really like to study Fine Art at the City & Guilds of London Art School? What can I do professionally after studying Fine Art?

Read what our alumni say..

What really stayed with you from your time at the Art School? The generosity and patience of the tutors really stood out for me. I remember several, very long tutorials which completely changed the way I thought about art. Because there were so many one to one tutorials, I felt that the tutors really understood what interested […]

- Flora Yukhnovich

I was seeking an environment that could facilitate my growth through critical and theoretical support, while also being respectful of the hand-made object

- Jelena Bulajic

The Art School doesn’t put anyone in a mould, it aims to bring the best out of its students.

- Adeline de Monseignat

It’s very unusual to have such a committed, generous staff who are all active in their own careers. There is a wealth of knowledge and experience to tap into.

- Zavier Ellis

Kate Dunn graduated from MA Fine Art in 2018 and is currently a tutor on the BA (Hons) Fine Art programme at the Art School. In this short film, Kate explains how the individual attention she received from her Fine Art tutors supported her to develop and extend her practice.      

- Kate Dunn

“The MA course was structured incredibly well, we were blitzed with information which was then cleverly filtered with help of the tutors to suit our individual needs […] I found the teaching to be supportive, kind and critical in equal measure and also well timed”

- Hugo Wilson

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