Art and Design

City of Glasgow College offers an extensive range of Art and Design courses including our increasingly popular interior design courses and jewellery design courses. 

Whether you want to learn something completely new or improve upon existing qualifications we’re sure we’ll have a course that’s right for you. For example, if you are interested in interior design courses you can choose from our beginners class ‘Introduction to 3D Design’ to our HND course ‘HND 3D Design: Interior Design’.

We have a wide range of courses available on a full time, part time, evening or weekend basis to fit around your existing commitments.

While all course information is correct at the time of publication, we are currently reviewing our full time course offering which may lead to changes. City of Glasgow College reserves the right to amend or update this information at any time.

Courses run subject to viable numbers and at the discretion of the college. In the event of a place not being available on a course, the college will take all reasonable measures to offer a place on a similar course.

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This exciting creative degree is delivered by City of Glasgow College and validated by University of the West of Scotland. We seek to foster a high level of artistic exploration and personal development in students and deliver...
This is a challenging course where you take part in an exciting and comprehensive programme of design and specialist craft studies.  The course is project-based, and you’ll explore your own creativity and prepare for...
This contemporary course includes traditional and innovative practices. It gives you a broad visual education in contemporary art practice. You will develops your skills in a range of specialist disciplines and increase your...
The course encourages you to develop practical skills through manufacture, and to express yourself through design. You’ll be encouraged to study in depth the construction of furniture, to develop and build designs, and...
This SQA Group Award in Interior Design is about designing spaces & places for people – creating interior schemes and solving problems to improve the world around us. It enables you to develop the creative, analytical...
This course is an introduction to creating a portfolio for a career in creative art and design industries. It’s also useful for developing your artistic interest, hobby or craft in a more structured way. The course is...
On the first morning all students should come along to the College at North Hanover Street, before 9:30 am where the class will meet inside the foyer, at the ground floor reception, before heading to the studio. The emphasis of...
Ever wondered how to paint a rose? This ten week course is ideal for people without prior drawing experience who want to learn how to draw flowers, fruit and vegetables with ease. Through tutor demonstrations you will learn how...
This course is designed to introduce you to the art of beautiful writing. You should bring a calligraphy fountain pen on the first evening. A Manuscript pen with a 3B or 4B nib is ideal. If you’re left-handed bring the...
This course introduces you to the various techniques involved in ceramic art including hand building, slip–casting, throwing, mould making and glazing. It also includes an introduction to stacking and firing bisque and...
This course is an introduction to creating a portfolio for a career in creative art and design industries. It’s also useful for developing your artistic interest, hobby or craft in a more structured way. The course is...
On the first morning all students should come along to the College at North Hanover Street, before 9:30 am where the class will meet inside the foyer, at the ground floor reception, before heading to the studio. The emphasis of...
Ever wondered how to paint a rose? This ten week course is ideal for people without prior drawing experience who want to learn how to draw flowers, fruit and vegetables with ease. Through tutor demonstrations you will learn how...
This course is designed to introduce you to the art of beautiful writing. You should bring a calligraphy fountain pen on the first evening. A Manuscript pen with a 3B or 4B nib is ideal. If you’re left-handed bring the...
This course introduces you to the various techniques involved in ceramic art including hand building, slip–casting, throwing, mould making and glazing. It also includes an introduction to stacking and firing bisque and...
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