IMPORTANT NOTICE: We want all students to feel comfortable and fully able to participate in the Anteros Arts Diploma. This includes real time feedback from both tutors and peers within a classroom environment. We also want you to take full advantage of the shared studio space both as a workspace and meeting place. We have therefore decided to postpone the commencement of our next diploma until January 2021.
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Learn practical fine art skills in drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture and art theory.
Enjoy a city central studio space for the duration of your studies! Be part of the Anteros community and benefit from peer to peer support and learning within the space.
Exhibit your work in the Main Gallery: show your Final Major Piece and the preparatory work which led up to it.
Grow your CV and make connections through our community module.
Create a body of work: every student who completes the Anteros Arts Diploma will leave with a full and varied portfolio.
Learn the art of sketch-booking so you can document your journey.
Be appointed a personal tutor who will review your growing portfolio throughout the course and help you develop as an artist.
“I feel as though I am gaining a tremendous amount from the course. Thank you very much for the opportunity.”
PL Anteros Diploma student 2018/19
Modules & Tutors
At Anteros we recognise the importance of good drawing technique as fundamental to art-making.Tutors Elizabeth Monahan and Sarah Beare each teach five lessons on traditional life drawing, and five lessons on drawing from observation/abstract drawing.
Painting classes at Anteros encompass a good grounding in acrylic, mixed media and oil painting technique plus specialist skills in watercolour and spray painting. Some classes emphasis skills while others focus more on collecting ideas, finding inspiration and developing finished paintings.
Sculpture at Anteros offers technique-led classroom based skills, each one taught by an expert in their field. Our selection of techniques provides a wide-ranging insight into the possibilities afforded by this broad discipline.
Lecturer and researcher, Andrew Taylor, will introduce students to the most important theories of art as well as providing a brief history of the subject. Students will learn by looking at famous works of art before undertaking some research of their own in an area which they find of interest.
In conjunction with Anteros, students complete 12 hours of volunteering with an arts organisation in Norfolk. The aim of the module is to help students gain confidence in recommending themselves to local arts organisations whilst providing them with real experience to add to their artist's CVs.