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|Jenny||STELLA||20 Apr 2022||Visual Arts||Stella helped me so much for my CS and PP and I believe it’s a lot more better now after all her her help and input. Before my classes with her my work was in a really bad condition. I believe my grades will be better now because of her. She’s extremely sweet, understanding and professional and helped me with anything I asked for and helped me a lot before my submission deadlines. I would highly recommend her!!|
|Aileen||STELLA||12 Apr 2022||Visual Arts||Stella's advice for my written works is very timely and useful. I believe my comparative study and portfolio will score better now with her help :)|
|Francesca||janet||28 Mar 2022||Visual Arts||Janet is a great tutor!|
|Maryam||janet||17 Mar 2022||Visual Arts||The class was super helpful! The feedback was specific, clear and really helped me understand what I need to improve on!|
|Noor||Dr Steve||13 Mar 2022||Visual Arts||Dr. Steve helped me unpack the issues with my process portfolio and gave an in-depth analysis as to how I can improve it with the perspective only an examiner can provide.|
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Why study Visual Arts?
The arts are an eternal necessity of human culture, whether drawing an image on a page or sculpting a figure in three dimensions.
It teaches problem-solving and analytical skills, improves attention span and focus, and fosters creativeness. Arts professions are in demand in different industries, such as animation and website design. Everything we do then takes on meaning if it's involved in art. On the other hand, established artists work as both teachers and students simultaneously--and need to explore both old-school and new technologies to do it well.
There is so much to learn about the person behind the painting and how art can be so many things at once. And through art, we find expression of our ineffable feelings, thoughts, ideas and obsessions, of theme meaning that's difficult to articulate in words.
Art offers an entry point into history - for example, by interpreting a particular architectural style or period costume design- it can prompt discussions about events and confrontations from 100 years ago or 50 centuries ago. Art provokes responses- whether positive or negative- which allow us to understand what we love and loathe in ourselves as human beings who live together on this planet."
If you're interested in pursuing a career that will allow you to express yourself through your creativity, then studying Visual Arts is perfect for you!
What university degrees is Visual Arts useful for?
In the UK, there are actually many different types of degrees that Visual Arts can be studied as, or would be useful for entry to. Some examples would be interior design, graphic design, animation, and film production.
Fine Arts degree - this focuses primarily on visual art and its creation. Disciplines in the arts like painting, sculpture, photography and ceramics fall under this category.
A design degree encompasses several disciplines, including architecture and graphic design, which are technically classified as "fine arts." The difference is architects, and other designers may only focus on one or two areas within the broader spectrum of fine arts, whereas an artist would be more skilled in many disciplines.
Art History degree- Art history places visual art in context with other forms of art such as literature or music, so it's more of general knowledge about art rather than how to create it. It involves the study of past artists and their works, along with styles.
It's not limited to the above; other fields such as sculpture, fashion, textile, and photography provide enough skills that can then be used in almost any industry.
What careers can studying Visual Arts lead to?
The careers that can come out of studying Visual Arts are varied.
One could go into a profession such as design, engineering, teaching or even business.
A career in Visual arts includes writing, drawing or designing books, magazines, movie screens, as well as cartoons and comics.
Typical careers in film include directors, editors, producers of movies or television advertisements, cinematographers and cameramen. Illustrators and Cartoonists create images for newspaper articles. Graphic designers work in many fields, including advertising agencies, stock photography, textbooks for education sciences, textile printing plants, and websites, often with a specific readership type.
Visual arts is one of the most diverse subjects as far as careers go since it can encompass all sorts of industries by now.
Science helps with colour theory, optical illusions, symbolism and other things we don't typically think "science" plays a part.
With degree courses including Physics, Geology and Chemistry at their core, they also include artistic elements like sculpture or drawing. Visualizing an object scientifically helps with understanding how it works. Studying "Visual Arts" at A-Level can be an excellent way to open up one's creativity and imagination, which can in turn help develop scientific thinking.
History teaches us that notable scientists of the past were interested in artmaking as well as or even instead of practising Science (e.g., Galileo, Newton, Leonardo da Vinci). This fascination with the arts often leads to discoveries outside their core competency area; using their artistic abilities, they noticed patterns in their own scientific work that they might not have otherwise seen.
How expert Visual Arts tutoring can help you
Teachers will take the time to assess your starting point then develop a personalised syllabus to work towards your objectives. Online visual arts lessons will focus on your areas of weakness and on developing the confidence you need to achieve your goals. Lessons will also push students in areas that they are already comfortable in, encouraging constant improvement and developing positive learning habits.
Why Choose Spires’ Tutoring?
We only hire 4% of the teachers that apply to Spires and they are all professional and experienced school and university level educators. Many have qualifications from top universities and institutions in the UK, USA, and around the world. All have a Ph.D., MSc, Ma, BSc, or Ba in their chosen field.
We have a lot of repeat students and you can check out the high star ratings our clients leave.
Because tutors set their rates via an auction system, our prices are more competitive than many other companies. Our online visual arts lessons classroom is stable and fun to learn through. It has an interactive whiteboard and students can access recordings of lessons at any time. They use online webcam video chat when being taught.
Spires deals with all of the matching, scheduling, payments, and administration, we take all of the hassles out of organising support and allow students to focus purely on learning.
How does Spires’ online tutoring work?
You can find a professional tutor in four easy steps:
1. Use the Find A Tutor feature to create a post outlining your needs and requirements. You can choose from subject, level, price, and expertise.
2. Find your perfect tutor from our wide variety of skilled professors and educators. After you filter your search results using the Find A Tutor feature you can choose to ‘view profile’ of the best choices for your needs.
You can then see reviews and star rating, including total hours taught for Spires and the price per hr.
3. Have your face-to-face online lessons. This can be done whenever and wherever you are, it’s all online- neither you nor the tutor travels!
4. Replay the visual arts lessons afterward for any missed information at your own pace and convenience.
Private help is that easy!
Does it matter if the tutor is near me?
No, it doesn’t! It’s all done online whenever and wherever you are. All you have to do is pick your ideal mentor and speak to them to arrange the best time for you to have video lessons.It doesn’t matter at all if they are miles and miles (or kilometre and kilometre) away from you!
Who will my tutor be?
This is all up to you. You have a huge choice. You can look through our member tutor profiles, check student reviews and bids, their qualifications and backgrounds, hourly rates, hours taught, other subjects they teach - and even check out if they have many repeat students.
Then, communicate with your favourites to see if they are right for your needs and learning style. You can have a free video call by webcam, usually over zoom. Then you pick the person you’d like to help with your studies and schedule your first webcam lesson!
How much is a tutor per hour in London?
The average tutor price per hr is £40/$53/€45 per hour depending on a teachers’ experience and students’ level of study. This is higher than other areas in the UK due to the increased living costs that come with London life.
What happens when I send a message?
Once you’ve used the Find A Tutor feature to find your perfect Information and Communications Technology tutor, you can contact them with any questions you might an even meet in advance. A tutor should respond to you within 24 hrs with an answer and the hours they are available. If your selected teacher isn’t able to fit you into their schedule we will recommend others that fit your specifications. After a tutor replies, you can then schedule a free webcam meet and if you are satisfied you can go ahead and schedule your first lesson!
Can I get GCSE Arts help?
Yes, you can! We have a selection of professionals with GCSE tutoring experience with a background in AQA, CCEA, OCR, Edexcel and other awarding bodies.
Can I book a GCSE Arts tutor?
Yes, you can! We have a selection of professional tutors with primary and secondary school experience. All you need to do is login and send a message, and arrange your first video call. If they fit all your specifications and needs, go ahead and book your first lesson.
Do your tutors use Arts GCSE past papers?
Yes, they do! All our tutors prepare a bespoke syllabus tailored to the needs of the student. Using published past papers will allow you to perfect your exam technique and ensure that you give yourself a better chance of performing well when taking the exam.
Do your tutors use IB Arts books?
Yes, they do! Our teachers can help you with any published coursebook your school is using. They will also provide you with any extra materials you may need to focus on in your weaker areas.
Do your tutors prepare for Arts paper 1?
Yes, they do! After you find your perfect tutor you can meet with them before scheduling a lesson. This is your opportunity to outline exactly what you need, whether it is exam preparation or studying from published past exam papers. Your tutor will then tailor the lessons to your specific needs and wishes.
Do your tutors prepare for Arts paper 2?
Yes, they do! After you find your perfect tutor you can communicate with them before scheduling a lesson. This is your opportunity to outline exactly what you need, whether it is exam preparation for literature paper 1 and/or 2. Your tutor will then tailor the lessons to your specific needs and wishes.
Do your tutors offer A-level Arts tutoring?
Yes, they do! We have a selection of Arts tutors with A-level experience with a background in AQA, CCEA, OCR, Edexcel and other awarding bodies. Just use the filter to look for A-Level tutors and feel free to message the ones you like to ask if they provide the help that you need before scheduling a lesson.
Do your tutors use A-level Arts past papers?
Yes, they do! Your teacher will then tailor a syllabus based on your specific needs and provide any extra material, such as published past papers.
Can I book an A-level Arts tutor?
Yes, you can! We have a selection of professional tutors with A-level teaching experience as well as other further education courses such as BTECs and HNDs. All you need to do is pick your preferred educator, send them a message and arrange your first zoom meeting. If they fit all your specifications and needs, go ahead and book your first lesson.
Can I arrange Visual Arts lessons revision help?
Yes, you can! Our database of Visual Arts teachers offers a wide range of specialisations and expertise. Just use the filter to search for tutors for your level and browse through available candidates. You can read their description and reviews as well as communicate with them about your needs before you schedule a lesson.
Yes, you can! We have a huge selection of professionals with IB tutoring experience.
Do you offer Visual Arts admissions help?
Yes, we do! Our huge database of Visual Arts teachers offers a wide range of tutors offering admissions help at various levels such as UCAS, Oxbridge Entrance, and even IELTS and TOEFL preparation for non-native speakers.
Do you offer varsity tutors in Visual Arts?
Yes, we do! With Spires, you can find experienced teachers familiar with the US University system in a whole range of subjects. The same goes for the US high-school system as well as the Australian, South African, Canadian, and New Zealand University and school systems.
Do you offer Visual Arts lessons for adults?
Yes, we do! Our huge database of Visual Arts experts offers a wide range of specialisations and expertise. Just use the Find A Tutor feature to search for Visual Arts tutors for your level and browse through available candidates.
You can choose from a wide range of specialisations whether you are preparing for a university entrance exam, looking to advance your career or just to brush up on your analytical and writing skills. We are confident you will be able to find what you are looking for from over a hundred professional academics in our network.
Is 'Visual Arts tutor wanted' a suitable title for my advert?
Although this is maybe not the worst bad opening line, we strongly recommend that you give it some more thought. What do you need? What are you trying to achieve? Think about what level you are and what you need to improve on, whether you need help with GCSE level guidance, or help with a University admissions letter, put it in your advert.
For example, a great opening for many of our clients could be: ‘Support required to help with Oxbridge Admissions Test’. The more details, the better the match!
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