Our diverse range of programmes offers you the chance to explore a broad suite of creative arts including fine art, graphic design, video art, animation, photography and crafts.
We have an excellent reputation for supporting students applying to university and former students have progressed to degree courses at renowned colleges of art and design such as St. Martin’s, Camberwell, Falmouth and Kingston. We have a range of well-equipped studios for practical and digital work.
There are a wide range of creative opportunities available at Bridgwater & Taunton College. Our facilities are excellent including a film studio, infinity cove, dark room, graphics and textiles room and much more. They will allow you to learn a new skill or career within an exciting professional environment.
If you have a passion for television and film, and a serious ambition to work in the thriving and creative media industries, we can offer you a range of unique practical courses.
Our staff are highly experienced and supportive, our facilities are outstanding, and all students get to work in our professional television studio and digital editing suites. Subjects covered include video production, storyboarding, shooting and editing. Students will have the chance to get involved in making TV studio programmes, documentaries and music videos.
With a two-camera television studio, digital cameras and digital editing suites the facilities available to our media students are fantastic. On top of this students participate in various visits and residential trips within the creative industry and may also have the opportunity to take part in relevant work experience. In the past students have worked closely and developed strong relationships with organisations such as the Engine Room and the Young Persons Film Council.
Develop and enjoy your creativity and benefit from our excellent facilities as well as support from our expert staff.
You might also like to visit our Fashion & Textiles section.
What our students say
“Photography has always been a passion of mine. Being able to capture a moment of someone’s life in a photograph without them knowing I am there is exciting and a great memory for me to treasure. I was finding it difficult photographing products and portraits; the one day course increased my knowledge and built my confidence in this area.”
Michelle completed the one day studio photography course, alongside her job as a retained fire-fighter and farmer; it has been a great help in setting up her own photography business.
“Since starting the course I have learned to see the world through different eyes and to express myself creatively. I am loving every minute of it, and a passion for art and design will remain a part of my life forever.”
After a life-long career in teaching and counselling, Gilly embarked on the one-year Foundation Diploma in Art, Design and Media. She is considering progressing to a BA (Hons) at a local college or university.