Earning a Diploma is achieved by attending a study program offered by a technical or community college. An advanced diploma program typically takes one to two years to complete for most students. A diploma provides more job and education opportunities.
Applied arts refer to any form of art applied to design or decoration. This might include industrial, graphic, fashion and interior design. It also might include the decorative arts. Architecture and photography are sometimes included in the implied arts. This is distinct from the fine arts, which are aimed at providing aesthetically pleasing, intellectually stimulating forms of art.
Request Information Part time Diplomas in Applied Arts 2019/2020
STUDY FLEXIBLY ONLINE, COURSE FEES FROM £61.88 PER MONTH SUBSIDISED BY FUNDING. START ANY TIME OF YEAR.
Do you make curtains for your own home, family and friends?
STUDY FLEXIBLY ONLINE, COURSE FEES FROM £61.88 PER MONTH SUBSIDISED BY FUNDING.
Do you make curtains for your own home, family and friends? Do they encourage you to start your own curtain making business? Would you love a career change but lack the qualifications? Would you like to use this course as an entry onto a degree?
...then this is the course for you!
One course - two ways to study; choose from distance learning home study or in the studio at the academy (see our website for dates).
No previous qualifications are needed for this course; you will need just basic sewing skills and know how to make a basic, unlined curtain.
This Level 3 Diploma course is fully accredited by AIM Awards. It is flexible and can be studied via part-time distance learning, allowing you to continue with existing work and family commitments, or you may attend our in-studio courses for a ‘fast-track' to the qualification....
The diploma course is a one year option to cover the key elements of design and making mosaics for art students who want a broad knowledge of mosaic making, its history a
Learning Aims and Outcomes
The diploma course is a one year option to cover the key elements of design and making mosaics for art students who want a broad knowledge of mosaic making, its history and potential.
Mosaic Fabrication: Techniques and ApplicationIntroduction to tools, techniques and materials; studying surfaces and substrates; Term 1 Roman Mosaics working with hammer and hardie using marble; Term 2 Byzantine Mosaic working with hammer and hardie using smalti; working with other standard mosaic materials and nippers; Term 3 Individual project, making frames, documenting and marketing work (60 credits)
History of MosaicClassical and Roman Mosaics, Byzantine and Western Mosaics from the 4th Century (For the Diploma only students there are a couple of extra sessions to give them an overview into Modern and Contemporary Mosaics) (30 credits)...