You mentioned about the importance of creative thinking before, Can you give us some suggestion about how to improve it?
Students could really learn to improve their creative thinking ,and their imagination skills trough working in their sketch books ,testing experiment, learning to take risks, sometimes failing getting things wrong, and that's all really important skills in learning to develop their imagination .So I suggest the students really improve their skills, working all the time with their sketch books .I can know recording their ideas, recording what they think about the work their doing, and learning also to ask questions, ask question about why ,and why you asking to doing something. So question and writing in sketch books reflecting all of those are really good skills to improve creative thinking.
Falmouth has a high reputation in the major of Fine Art. Can you give us a brief introduction about its advantage in this major ?
Falmouth University is renowned worldwide for art, design, media, performance and writing. Built on over 100 years of experience, our student community is rich and diverse.Fine Art at Falmouth has a long and distinguished reputation for excellence and continues to help students meet the challenges and opportunities of the contemporary art world. Our studios at Falmouth's leafy campus provide the ideal place to develop your creative practice.
The course provides a rich and diverse creative environment and welcomes students with vision, ambition and curiosity. Our students are keen to develop their skills and abilities to create visual work of real quality and significance.
You'll be challenged to develop your practical skills, and articulate your work through presentations, exhibitions and written assignments. We'll also prepare you for career opportunities in the creative arts, through professional practice lectures and workshops.
The studio is at the centre of your learning and teaching. Teaching consists of individual tutorials, group discussions, critiques, technical workshops and student-led initiatives in exhibitions and presentations of work. The course is practice-led, with students taking increasing responsibility for self-directed study.