The process of art making demands the acquisition and development of strong knowledge and skills in materials, accompanied by a reflexive understanding of this knowledge that is then continually tested and extended through relevant practical application.


Steered with that belief, the teaching and learning approach for the Diploma programme is grounded primarily on a practice-based methodology, with an emphasis on the development of your creative processes and discoveries that are honed by community engagement projects and a strong understanding in Art History and ideas.


The programme offers very distinct specialisms in these disciplines: Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture, Drawing, Art Photography and Graphic Novel. Having selected one of the specialisms, you will be trained and equipped with the specific skills, techniques, aesthetics and historical issues associated with the chosen discipline.


The programme also emphasises an interdisciplinary approach to learning, which allows you to discover and establish cross-discipline methodologies in the development of your works. As it is the preliminary stage of your artistic journey, we consider these three years as crucial to allow you to search for a unique creative voice and to understand the use of materials and art processes confidently so that you can hone these skills at a higher level.


Upon graduation, you will be equipped with a clear understanding of your own artistic practice reflecting creative inquiry, commitment and self-discipline, and in some circumstances, the ability to work collaboratively with other artists from other fields of study.


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  • (Awarding University) LASALLE College of the Arts
  • (Local Institution) LASALLE College of the Arts
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