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Fine Art at UEL. Fine Art is housed in the AVA building on the UEL Docklands Campus. The School of Architecture and the Visual Arts includes five Subject Areas: Architecture, Digital Arts and Visual communication, Fashion/Textiles, Fine Art, Visual Theories.

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The School of Architecture and the Visual Arts includes five Subject Areas: Architecture, Digital Arts and Visual communication, Fashion/Textiles, Fine Art, Visual Theories

Waterside student accommodation on the Docklands Campus



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Fine Art Studios as his alter-ego, ‘Claire’.

Installing a Degree Show May 05


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Painting Studio, February 06 as his alter-ego, ‘Claire’.


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Print Workshop February 06 as his alter-ego, ‘Claire’.

Fine Art students have access to a complete range of workshops within the AVA building


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The Virtual Space as his alter-ego, ‘Claire’.

Preparing a video conference with art schools in the Czech Republic, Georgia and Maine. February 06


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Bronze Casting as his alter-ego, ‘Claire’.



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T opposite the Millennium Domehe view from the Trinity Buoy Wharf studios


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The Trinity Buoy Wharf Studios opposite the Millennium Dome


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Fine Art is taught by practicing artists opposite the Millennium Dome

Many of the artists teaching Fine Art have international exhibiting profiles

Faisal Abdu’Allah Tim Allen Geoff Brunell Pete Cobb Ann Course

Grenville Davey Marilyn Hallam Alexis Harding Elaine Johnson Gereon Krebber Sophie Newell Karen Raney Jane Riches Si Sapsford John Smith Ed Whittaker Alison Winckle Richard Wilson

Technical Associates- Gary Doherty Zoe Hodgson John Holder Paul Manners Glenn Marston Mark Sowden Chris Strong Dean Todd Gaynor Zealy


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Richard Wilson is Visiting Professor of Fine Art opposite the Millennium Dome

Richard Wilson with ’20:50’ Saatchi Gallery


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Students helped Richard Wilson produce ‘Butterfly’ opposite the Millennium DomeA light aircraft was crushed on campus, and then gradually stretched back into shape while suspended in the Wapping Pumphouse


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Grenville Davey with Faisal Abdu’Allah opposite the Millennium Dome

Grenville Davey is a Turner Prize-winner




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Si Sapsford 2004Keynote Speaker and exhibitor International Drawing Symposium Melbourne 2005. ‘Self Portrait as Doubting Thomas’ bic biro, lifesize


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John Smith: still from ‘Museum Piece’ 2004 2004

'Best International Short Film'  50th Cork International Film Festival, Ireland 2005

'Prix du Centre pour l¹image contemporaine, Saint-Gervais Genève'  11th Biennial of Moving Images, Geneva, Switzerland 2005.



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Student Exhibition: Jerwood Sculpture Prize 2003Students exhibition is an important part of Fine Art at UEL

Ada Street Project Third Year Show Nov 05


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Ada Street Project November 2005 Jerwood Sculpture Prize 2003


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Ada Street Project November 05 Jerwood Sculpture Prize 2003


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‘Extrusions’ November 05 Jerwood Sculpture Prize 2003



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Trinity Buoy Wharf Basement November 05 Artwork ‘Slice of Reality’


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First Year Show AVA Gallery December 05 Artwork ‘Slice of Reality’


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The Coningsby Gallery November 05 Artwork ‘Slice of Reality’


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Coningsby Gallery Artwork ‘Slice of Reality’


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‘Not in the Gallery Space’ November 05 Artwork ‘Slice of Reality’ student initiated show installed in a student flat in Shadwell

‘Not in the Gallery space’ November 05Student initiated show installed in a flat in Shadwell


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‘Not in the Gallery space’ Artwork ‘Slice of Reality’



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‘Shoeshine’ Artwork ‘Slice of Reality’ AVA Gallery February 06


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‘Shoeshine’ Artwork ‘Slice of Reality’





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Fine Art Subject Area University students March 06

The Fine Art Subject Area offers Programmes at three levels

BA Hons Fine Art

MA Fine Art

Professional Doctorate in Fine Art

Subject Director: Pete Cobb

email [email protected]

www.uel.ac.uk/ava

The School of Architecture and the Visual Arts also offers ‘Year Zero’ an introductory pre-Level 1 programme

Contact Christine Wade [email protected]


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BA Hons Fine Art University students March 06

Programme Leader: Tim Allen

Admissions Tutor: Alison Winckle

Administrator: Jeanette Ioannou

Tel 020 8223

Email [email protected]

Three years Full time

Or five years part time

Students should normally have completed a foundation course, access course, or equivalent before entry.

For students who do not fulfil this there is a four year route offering entry via Year Zero


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MA Fine Art University students March 06

Programme Leader: Pete Cobb

Administrator: Beryl Watson

Tel 020 8223 3400

Email [email protected]

One year full time (45 weeks)

Two years part time

Applicants should normally have completed a first degree in Fine Art or another associated discipline before entry.


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Professional Doctorate in Fine Art University students March 06

Programme Leader: Geoff Brunell

Administrator: Beryl Watson

Tel 020 8223 3400

Email [email protected]

Three years full time

Five years part time

Applicants should normally have completed an MA in Fine Art or a related discipline before entry.


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Fine Art Study Abroad Programmes University students March 06

Fine Art Study Abroad Programmes begin in September 2006

Overseas students may study Fine Art at UEL for one or two semester programmes, which start in September or February

Subject Director: Pete Cobb

Email: [email protected]


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Fine Art students and staff University students March 06

Trinity Buoy Wharf Studios Opening Ceremony


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