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BA (Hons) Fine Art — Overview

Our BA (Hons) Fine Art programme explores contemporary art-making in its broadest sense, encouraging ambitious, pro-active and critically engaged approaches to creative practice.

Fine Art at Plymouth College of Art is characterised by its focus on the development of individual practice-based study, within the supportive context of an independent specialist art college.

Students exhibit at contemporary arts space KARST.

With access to dedicated studio space, you will be supported in developing your emerging practice, that includes a framework of professional practice opportunities, including a programme of artist lectures, exposure to public exhibitions in our onsite exhibition space, The Gallery, and opportunities to exhibit your practice in the public domain. 

Students take their projects to Tate Modern for a three-day event in London.

You will join a dynamic community of creative practitioners, supported by an academic team of experienced artists, all of whom are active makers and researchers in contemporary fine art practice.

Our Fine Art programme encourages diversity in thinking and making, based on the potential in material exploration, collaborative working, cross-fertilisation of ideas, and the exploration of new concepts and materials.

We provide a dynamic and stimulating learning environment from which to test new models of practice, while investing in the rich relationship between practice and theory.

Students exhibit work throughout the year – including at the college's annual Degree Shows.

The programme is multidisciplinary, enabling you to engage with a range of processes including 2D, 3D, 4D and hybrid practices.

This includes workshops in drawing, painting, sculpture, performance, video, sound, printmaking and critical writing, amongst others.

We are committed to encouraging studio and post-studio practices, creating artwork that can inhabit a range of settings including galleries, artist-run spaces, and site-specific or event-based projects.

What will I achieve?

As well as gaining a high level of practical skill in your chosen field of art practice, you will learn how to work to a brief, explore creative ideas singularly and with peers, and manage independent projects to conclusion.

You will develop a professional understanding of the creative activity of external partners, including galleries, museums, creative organisations and practising artists.

You will be able to place your work within the wider context of contemporary fine art practice, helping to prepare you for your artistic career or continue your journey through postgraduate study.

Graduates from our Fine Art programme regularly go on to land residences and exhibition opportunities at some of the UK’s most exciting contemporary art spaces – including KARST, Spike Island, and Ocean Studios.


Our high-contact time sets us miles apart from other arts institutions.

BA (Hons) Fine Art — Highlights:

  • Investigate fine art practice, creatively and practically.
  • Develop a critically engaged individual practice.
  • Approach art production from a professional and multidisciplinary perspective in all its forms.
  • Gain knowledge and understanding of the creative sector and the potential for future employment within it.
  • Benefit from expert staff, national and international events throughout the year, impressive industry links, and an inspiring programme of visiting artists and guest speakers.

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BA (Hons) Fine Art — Modules

Year One

BAFA101 – Defining Practice

This module provides essential induction and orientation for the programme. A series of short projects stimulate creative ideas through introductions to fundamental techniques in key mediums that ready the students for the start of their progression to BAFA102 & 103.

BAFA102 – Thinking Through Practice

This module supports development in advancing students’ practice through a body of work focused around a chosen artistic, socio-cultural or process-based theme. The theme is negotiated with tutors via tutorials and group critiques and will involve a response to achievements and feedback from module BAFA101, subsequently developed through self-evaluation.

Students will develop further depth of enquiry and breadth of practice. Increased interaction with peers will support development of skills in communication, reflection and analysis.

BAFA103 – Personal Practice Project

This module consolidates the development and production of a body of work that tests and demonstrates the culmination of the sustained direction of the students’ research, defining a series of key areas to continue to explore and take into Level 5 of the programme. Working closely with tutors, via personal tutorials and group critiques, students will discuss aptitudes and ambitions, and will develop and sustain a personally-defined project testing both their evolving practical and critical skills.

BAFA104 – Production & Professional Practice 1

The students will be introduced to the field of creative practice as a professional proposition. This builds on the focus of personal and professional practice in the preceding modules in Level 4 by providing opportunities for working with others - whether it is peers, the creative industry, or institutions. In order to develop knowledge of the critical thinking around dissemination of art practice, this module questions the social and ethical implications of the collaborative roles of artists, audiences, and institutions, subsequently encouraging students to become critically astute practitioners. 

It is linked to other modules by providing an arena where students are introduced to the opportunities for synthesis between individual practice and its contextualisation.

BCOP100 – Contexts of Practice 1

This Level 4 module will introduce key ideas and theories and will provide a range of critical approaches supporting the investigation, interpretation and analysis of art, design and media. Students will study a range of ideas and concepts that have shaped the way that we engage with, produce and consume art, design and media. Students will develop core research and communication skills to help to articulate and contextualise understanding of the themes covered throughout this module.

BAIS300 – Interdisciplinary Studies

This module provides an opportunity to expand and develop skills and knowledge in fields beyond the immediate programme environment, in subject areas which are nonetheless relevant to personal career aspirations, and which have the potential to develop new horizons and feedback into future modules. Discussed with and counselled by staff, students will select and engage in an elective offered by a discipline outside of Fine Art. While not exhaustive, and will change from year to year, electives may include: drawing, costume accessories, live art, printmaking, curatorial practice, web design, interactive media, creative writing, studio or location photography, underwater imaging, film making, contemporary crafts, textiles, & fashion marketing and promotion.

Year Two

BAFA201 – Active/Reactive

This module continues to develop studio practice and integrated theory. Specifically developing a position informed by contemporary, cultural or current social concerns leading to a body of artwork that is critically engaged. It is expected that the students developing studio practice will be responsive to these discovered and researched themes. 

BAFA202 – Praxis

This module develops a sustained and substantial body of practice, supported by studio-based peer evaluation, workshops and by peer-led seminars. The working methods of the student (studio and non studio) will be tested to explore how these are extended and strengthened in relation to developing and generating a sustained practice. A variety of methods and ideas will be explored, encouraging the student to expand on their practical knowledge and examine how this can be articulated through diverse mediums, methods and creative languages. Recognised areas of focus for practice will be framed by emerging creative and critical interests. This builds on the focus of exploration, and positions the student to be able to map and plan their key areas to develop in the beginning of Level 6.

BAFA203 – Production & Professional Practice 2

This module builds on the route through Level 4 to inform students understanding of their own personal and professional development through action research looking within the creative industries and cultural environment.

Students will explore relevant examples of Fine Art professional practice, contextualising research and project development via seminars, presentations and through collaborative group work.  Students are to develop awareness of the relationship between artistic modes of making and exhibition. The module also requires a demonstration of critical and reflective thinking, planning, problem solving, task and interpersonal management.

Running concurrently with other Level 5 modules, it will inform students’ broader practical development, and will provide a theoretical and contextual understanding of the level of professionalism required to build a career beyond the educational institution. This developed research will inform their particular professional development for their level 6 modules in their final year of study. 

GCOP200 – Contexts of Practice 2

This Level 5 module extends and consolidates the Level 4 introduction to the investigation, interpretation and analysis of art, design and media. Through a series of themed lectures and seminars this module encourages students to make appropriate links between areas of practice and wider theoretical and contextual discourses. Students will continue to develop critical approaches to research, which will inform understanding of the relationship between context and practice.

Year Three

BAFA301 – Research and Experimentation

This Level 5 module extends and consolidates the Level 4 introduction to the investigation, interpretation and analysis of art, design and media. Through a series of themed lectures and seminars this module encourages students to make appropriate links between areas of practice and wider theoretical and contextual discourses. Students will continue to develop critical approaches to research, which will inform understanding of the relationship between context and practice.

BAFA301 – Research and Experimentation

Starting from the evaluation of previous Level 5 work, this first Level 6 module requires students to undertake a focused period of concentrated research, experimentation and development. The intention is to deconstruct preconceived ideas and work patterns, and to allow new creative formations to emerge through calculated risk taking and critical reflection. Throughout the module, the emphasis is on the exploration and development of concepts, media and methods, rather than finished outcomes. It is likely that this intense period of research and experimentation will underpin some of the critical choices made when students map out their aims in the subsequent Creative & Professional Development module. Resultant explorations feed directly into the practical development in BAFA302 & 303.

BAFA302 – Creative & Professional Development

Following on from the Research & Experimentation module, this module is intended to support the further development of ideas, processes and media, but with the purpose of developing these towards finished or presentable outcomes. At the start of this module students will have identified their own focus for investigation, and verified aims through a specific project plan that will be taken through to the completion of the programme. This will be consolidated though practical work via negotiation with the Module Leader and appropriate specialist staff. The module will therefore confirm aims and objectives of the work initiated within this module, and, continuing into the concluding of the completion of the programme.

BAFA303 – Creative & Professional Conclusion

This module represents the culmination of the students’ practical knowledge, skills and understanding acquired throughout the entirety of the study on the programme through the engagement that is the result of a self-initiated or self-selected brief.

This module builds upon previous achievements to culminate in a final body of work for exhibition, and as a platform for further advanced study or entry into the world of professional practice. Continuing from the Creative & Professional Development module, students will start this concluding module by completing areas of specific investigation. This final body of work will be consolidated through negotiation with the module leader and appropriate specialist staff.

This body of work will demonstrate depth of understanding, creative innovation, aesthetic, conceptual and technical skills, and will be supported by the production of a portfolio of self-promotional materials relating to personal professional aspirations.

BAFA304 – Contexts of Practice 3

This module provides two pathways. Each pathway supports the development of independent critical thinking and requires the student to consider and contextualise their practice by situating it within a wider set of discourses and contexts. Pathway One is an opportunity to conduct a substantive piece of independent research, which is focused on an area related to creative practice. Pathway Two is a practice-led research project, with critical commentary.


Module details listed above are indicative content only.

BA (Hons) Fine Art — Staff

Steven Paige, Programme Leader

Steven Paige is the Programme Leader on Plymouth College of Art's BA (Hons) Fine Art course and Subject Leader on the MA Fine Art programme.

He maintains his practice as an artist, incorporating installation, video, print, performance, drawing and artist publishing. He explores ideas around instruction, and how the body can engage with recent and historic artefacts to generate new knowledge. He attempts to reanimate historic sources through re-enactment strategies where repeating, rhythm, memory and failure test how and when we do and don't learn. Recent practice research has been in exploring moving image archives and their potential in art making - drawn both from analogue and digital sources.

He is keenly interested in the voice of the artist, and how this manifests in research, practice, writing, events, dialogues through commissions, online projects, residential exchanges, curatorial projects and artist-led activity. He has also worked and has strong relationships with galleries and cultural organisations across the South West, including Tate St Ives, Newlyn and Exchange Gallery, KARST,  Back Lane West, Plymouth Arts Centre, Exeter Phoenix, Arnolfini and Spike Island.

Recent projects & exhibitions include AHRC IPS Kluge Fellowship, Library of Congress, Washington DC, USA, 2017, We Lost Our Tails, Proto Gallery / M E N, Hoboken New Jersey, USA, 2016, Let's Go Bowling, Plymouth Arts Centre, UK, 2016, Plymouth Contemporary Open, Peninsula Arts, Plymouth University, UK, 2016, A Treatise on Beasts (after Physiologus), Forum, Exeter University, UK, 2015, Moral Development, Motorcade Flashparade, BV Studios, Bristol, UK, 2013.

Steven has a BA (Hons) and MA in Fine Art and a Postgraduate Certificate in Education. He currently sits on the AIR Council, an advisory committee to a-n's The Artist Information Company and will complete his AHRC 3D3 Practice Research PhD at Plymouth University in 2018.

Huma Mulji, Lecturer

Huma completed her BFA at the Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture, Karachi in 1995, and her MFA at Transart Institute, Berlin, in 2010.

Huma is a visual artist whose practice navigates the border of fact and fiction. She works with sculpture, photography, drawing, and painting, creating material juxtapositions which are attentive to the absurd, and question notions of ‘certainty’, and ‘truth’, through the use of digital imaging, reanimating objects through taxidermy, or creating clumsy, hybrid objects. The often awkward and scruffy artworks imbue a deliberate anti-heroism, playing out ironically, or sometimes comically, in her works, addressing perceptions of ageing and isolation, urban expansion and its related follies, and dust and geckos, as chronic domestic threats. Her participation in recent exhibitions includes “The Great Game”, Iranian Pavillion, Venice Biennale 2015, “Burning Down the House”, 10th Gwangju Biennale, South Korea, “Extra|Ordinary”, Dubai, 2013, “Twilight”, a solo show at Project 88, Mumbai, India, 2011, “The Rising Tide”, Mohatta Palace Museum, Karachi, 2010, “Where three Dreams Cross”. Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK, 2010, “The Empire Strikes Back”, The Saatchi Gallery, 2010 and “Hanging Fire: Contemporary Art from Pakistan, at Asia Society, NY, 2009.

Associate Professor at the School of Visual Arts, BNU, Lahore from 2003-2015. Visiting artist on the BFA Program, at Goldsmiths College between 2015-17, Associate Lecturer UWE, Bristol during 2017, and currently Lecturer, BA (Hons) Fine Art, at Plymouth College of Art, UK.

Dr Antigoni Pasidi, Lecturer

Antigoni Pasidi is a visual artist and fine art lecturer. Her work and research examines the element of staging in contemporary sculptural practice. She works across diverse media and disciplines combining objects, installations and moving image into ad hoc stages; architectural models interplay with artificial landscapes, meticulous craft is in dialogue with makeshift, DIY structures.

Pasidi trained in Painting and Sculpture at the Athens School of Fine Arts in Greece (graduated 2003). She also holds a Master’s Degree in Fine Art from Central St Martins College in London (2004) funded by the Lilian Voudouri Foundation. In 2013 she obtained a PhD from the Department of Sculpture at the Royal College of Art in London for the doctoral project titled ‘Staging the Encounter: The Work of Art as a Stage,’ funded by the Hellenic Scholarship Foundation (IKY).

She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally (exhibitions include Disruption, RCA Research Biennial in London in 2013, Denkmal von Hampstead nach Bern at Fenster Gallery in Bern in 2013, Dermatographies at the Andreas Syggros Moulage Museum in Athens, 2007 and The Partisans of the Biedermeier at the Toihaus Theater in Salzburg in 2005). She has published several articles on artistic research. In 2010 she was sculptor in residence at the Andreas Syggros Moulage Museum in Athens and in 2013 she was artist in residence at the PROGR Zentrum in Bern, Switzerland. She has produced site-specific work for museums as well as commissioned projects for theatrical productions.

In her current role she teaches studio, professional practice and contextual modules across the BA and MA programmes.

Martin France, Technical Demonstrator

Martin France is a technician with a wide training to support students with the technical aspects of their work, amongst which paper making, use of laser cutter and working at heights.

His background is in 3D, working with glass, metals, wood, and ceramics with a BA (Hons) Applied Arts at Plymouth College of Art. He is interested in experimental photography such as pinhole, photograms and various darkroom techniques.

The staff listed on this programme are correct at the time of writing. Students will be notified if there are any changes to key staff (i.e. Programme Leaders and Lecturers).

BA (Hons) Fine Art — Student Work

'MUKTV' — Jale Sengul

'oceanqueer' — Benjamin Ansell

'real posthuman hours' — Katherine Hall

'Swimming Lessons' — Shannon Watson

Sam Turner

'Glue.Dot.Repeat' — Kelly-Marie Bates

'Appropriated Propaganda' — Liberty Pering

'You Can't Do Tokyo Without Karaoke' — Bartholomew Turner

'Rubys' — Kate Summerhayes

'Deforest-nation' — Olivia Perry

'RETRACE' — Ann Crowther

'I Remember When...' — Marie Wilcox

Charlie Wildy

Paul Hillon

'The Washing Machine is Working' — Elena Brake

Cal Blackburn

'Ou Topos Ferrier' — Andy Cluer

Will Anderson

Louise Riou-Djukic

Siobhan Fedden

Ashley Franceschi

'Between the body and the World' — Lisa Davison

Sophia Roddan

BA (Hons) Fine Art — Students Say

Angela Hilton, BA (Hons) Fine Art (Part Time Year 3)

I’ve been a mature part-time student on the BA (Hons) Fine Art course since 2009. Being part time allows me to fit in my other responsibilities – being a parent, working – and the college has also been very supportive when I’ve needed to take time out to be a carer too. The Fine Art programme has challenged my thinking and my practice in a very productive way. With the support of my tutors I’ve been able to take advantage of a whole range of facilities/workshops at the college and I’ve found the peer learning particularly helpful in widening my approaches to making art.

Ruth Brown BA (Hons) Fine Art (Year 1)

I am a mature student in my first year of the BA (Hons) Fine Art degree. I have had a love of art and expressing myself through various media for many years, so it is invaluable for me to have the chance to harness and develop my skills. Since starting at Plymouth College of Art I feel that my self-confidence has grown in leaps and bounds. I feel that the course is opening up new doors, and enhancing networks with other art practitioners, both locally and further afield. The teaching here is of a high standard, and we are encouraged as students to constantly ask questions and learn from each other.

Rob Percy BA (Hons) Fine Art (Year 3)

I am very happy to have ended up at Plymouth College of Art for the final two years of my Fine Art degree. Its relatively small size is a advantage, as my year group has been able to become more tight-knit and we have a sense of community. PCA has facilities to support any practice and for my work, which tends to use digital media, the Equipment Resource Centre is exceptional. The tutors here encourage you to and allow you to grow as an artist in whichever direction is right for you. I have gotten so much out of the Professional Practice module, which is part of the final year. It has pushed me to establish myself as an artist and apply for real-world opportunities, which has resulted in having my work exhibited around the UK, before I have even graduated. This has boosted my confidence and given me even more motivation to keep working towards a career as a practicing artist.

BA (Hons) Fine Art — Careers & Alumni

Essential to our programme are yearly projects that develop your understanding and relationships with regional and national organisations and practitioners.

The college’s onsite public exhibition space, The Gallery, draws a range of national and international artists and exhibitions and you will have opportunities to engage with them through related artists’ talks, workshops and screenings.

You will learn to develop public-facing work, and have opportunities to engage with regional and national galleries and museums including KARST, Ocean Studios, Plymouth Arts Centre, Plymouth Museum and Art Gallery, Spike Island Bristol, Tate Exchange at Tate Modern, Tate St Ives, Newlyn Art Gallery and The Exchange, Cornwall.

You also have opportunities to take part in regular visits and trips, including to national and international art fairs, galleries and artists’ studios and projects.

Recent international trips have included Berlin and the Venice Biennale. In addition, a visiting artist programme supports the progression and development of our students, creating strong regional and national links to professional partners and institutions, through residencies and exhibition projects that provide professional and graduate opportunities.

And there is also the possibility of studying abroad for a semester or a year at one of our Erasmus+ partner universities.

Students visit the Venice Biennale 2015

Past student achievements:

2011 graduate Ryan Curtis' achievements include Studio 4 residency, Chisenhale, London summer 2014; Artist Moving Image Commission, Exeter Phoenix, December 2014 and solo shows in Bristol, Birmingham and London. 

2014 graduate Charlie Wildy was selected for KARST's Graduate Residency programme.

2015 graduate Andy Cluer secured both a residency at KARST and a residency at Spike Island, he has also exhibited across the UK and Greece.

2016 graduate Elena Brake has held residencies at Batter Street Studio and The Devon Exchange, received the Redrow Joshua Reynolds RSA Fellowship Award and the Axminster Arts Award, as well as performing across the UK.

2018 graduate Katherine Hall was awarded the KARST Graduate Residency.

2018 graduate Shannon Watson was awarded the Spike Island Graduate Fellowship, during her studies she performed and gave a talk at Tate Modern, exhibited in a group show at KARST and contributed works to renowned artist's Noam Toran's 2017 exhibition 'The Jungle'.


Graduates become:

  • Professional Artists
  • Curators
  • Artists’ Assistants
  • Arts Facilitators
  • Exhibition Organisers
  • Arts Administrators
  • Lecturers / Teachers
  • Art Conservators and Framers
  • Art Handlers
  • Community Artists
  • Gallery Owners

Careers & Enterprise in the Curriculum’ at Plymouth College of Art 

Professional practice is embedded within all of our programmes.  Throughout your studies, you will have the opportunity to develop the key professional, transferable skills for employability in the creative industries and potentially work in partnership with other sectors locally, regionally, nationally or internationally.

From writing and making the most of your CV to gaining industry experience, the acquisition of professional skills has been written into the programmes of study by our staff teams, who have ‘real world’ experience. They are also supported by our Industry Liaison Groups, who help inform the development of the higher education curriculum.

BA (Hons) Fine Art — Entry Requirements

BA (Hons) Fine Art — Resources

You will be taught by our team of highly experienced academic staff, all of whom are active makers and researchers in contemporary fine art practice.

You will benefit from their knowledge and experience of professional practice and they will encourage you to explore and test materials, concepts, media and audiences.

Your studio practice will also be supported by a studio technician and demonstrator, offering you a wealth of technical knowledge and experience for you to draw upon.

As a Fine Art student, you will have access to dedicated workspace within our studios, with further access to bookable ‘project spaces’, a Mac suite and presentation areas.

The college also has a wide range of outstanding art, design and media facilities including: drawing studio; workshops for fine art printmaking, ceramics, glass, wood and plastics; the Print Lab and Equipment Resource Centre; open access computer suites; and a well stocked library.

You’ll also have access to Fab Lab Plymouth, a digital ‘fabrication laboratory’ based in the heart of our Plymouth city centre campus.

Our Careers & Enterprise office provides support from a dedicated team who are focused on employability and developing creative opportunities for students.


Facilities at the college include:

Animation, Film and Photography Studios

Our students make full use of our industry-standard dedicated studio spaces – including our infinity cove, green screen, and specialist sound studio (with Foley pit and vocal recording booth) – plus our stop-motion suite, our darkrooms, and plenty of individual edit suites, all up-to-date with the latest industry-standard software.

Ceramics and Glass Workshops

With a glass furnace that works at 1,100 degrees, 10 potters wheels, resources for hot, warm and cold glass processes, a plaster room for mould making, 16 kilns, a well-stocked glaze mixing area and individual studio space, our Ceramics and Glass Workshops have a real ‘wow’ factor, rivalling any art school around the country.

Our Life Drawing Studio.

Drawing Studios

With north-facing windows, a ‘methods and process’ area, individual studio space and a specialist life-drawing studio, our impressive, open-plan, triple-height Drawing Studio is a huge space, perfect for many different activities and specialisms.

Fab Lab Plymouth

Our ‘fabrication laboratory’ is kitted-out with the latest in digital design technologies – from 3D printers to 3D scanners, a vinyl cutter, CNC milling machine, CNC router and laser cutter. It adds a whole new level of opportunity for students across all creative walks of life.

Fashion Studios

This large professional studio offers a real-life fashion experience in a fabulous space with sea views. Specialist industrial and domestic sewing machines, a range of knitting machines and a wide stock of fabrics and knitting yarns sit alongside a media and marketing Mac suite, a fully operational CAD cutting facility, and a library of designer garments to inspire.

Fine Art Printmaking Studios

A fantastic facility supporting fine art printmaking, our dedicated space caters for a wide range of programmes and processes. You’ll get access to a 150-year-old Columbian press, an Albion press, an historic and rare wallpaper press, and an automatic FAG proofing press, plus a broad selection of metal and wood type, vacuum screen-printing beds, and four etching presses.

Our Textile Studios.

Jewellery Design Studio

Housed in our fantastic new Craft, Design and Fabrication Workshops, this stunning space provides everything for contemporary and traditional techniques in jewellery design, including benches supplied with gas and oxygen, in-house metal casting resources, hand and machine-forming tools, facilities for vitreous enamelling, and a separate chemical room for etching, anodising and patternation. We also have larger metalwork equipment for welding, brazing, cutting and grinding.

Textile Studios

With views out to sea and 35 metres of print tables to encourage experimentation, our Printed Textile Design Studios also boast a fantastic Mimaki fabric printer, digital embroidery resources, industrial sewing machines, sublimation printers, a dye lab, heat presses, a tufting gun and a Mac suite. It’s got to be one of the best printed textile workshops in the UK.

The Print Lab and Equipment Resource Centre

The Print Lab offers affordable and quick print services for all our students who are looking for anything from large-format or solvent printing, to photo printing, scanning or vinyl cutting, and a wide range of finishing services. And our highly experienced Equipment Resource staff can advise you on which of our 6,000 pieces of industry-standard kit – from underwater cameras to traditional large format cameras and all free to hire – will best meet your needs.

Woods and Plastics Workshop

Alongside the latest in new technology, we value the long-standing traditions of making in wood and plastics – and have developed an excellently-resourced workshop that is open to all our students. It boasts a wide range of kit, including an impressive CNC router, plenty of saws and lathes, and strip-heaters, as well as greenwood-working facilities.

Our Photographic cove.

Our Fine Art Printmaking Studio.

BA (Hons) Fine Art — Interview

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