Art and Design
Glasgow Clyde College offers a range of Art and Design courses, suitable for students taking their first steps in the art or design world, as well as those looking to progress in their artistic studies.
Employer and Industry Links
Our students benefit from meeting with internationally-acclaimed artists, such as Turner-nominated local artist Jim Lambie and Graham Fagen, who share their career paths and achievements with those studying Art and Design courses.
These visits inspire and motivate our students, giving them aspirations, ideas and insight into the reality of working as an artist and the opportunities it may offer.
Art and Design students have also taken part in creative residencies, such as at Glasgow's House For An Art Lover and Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.
Further Study Opportunities
Glasgow Clyde College Art and Design students often move on to a range of further study - last year, they received over 300 offers from art schools and universities across the country, including University for Creative Arts, Winchester School of Art, Manchester School of Art, Northumbria University, Gray's School of Art, Robert Gordon University, Glasgow School of Art and Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design.
Check out some of our students' work:
Glasgow Clyde College is joining in Scotland’s first ever national public art trail, with an Oor Wullie statue specially designed by a student.
Contemporary Art Practice alumni Jefferson Ferris has created amazing artwork at each campus, check out this timelapse film of it being created at our Anniesland Campus.
Creative Industry students at Glasgow Clyde College are set to enjoy their summer holidays after an outstanding year of achievements, awards, and acceptances.