Academic Schools

Gray's School of Art

Academic Schools

Gray's School of Art

Our School comprises of a vibrant mix of students studying undergraduate, postgraduate, doctoral and short courses across a range of Fine Art and Design disciplines.


The Graduate in Residence scheme enables Gray’s graduate fine artists and designers with recognised expertise and experience to participate in the delivery of the fine art/design curriculum.

Capturing the talents and achievements of our final year students at Gray’s School of Art.

At Gray’s School of Art, our students gain valuable professional skills through project work and interaction with industry.

Graduates of Gray’s School of Art go on to have exciting and inspiring careers. Read their stories to learn more about their journeys once graduating.

Download our Open Day presentations for further insight into each of our undergraduate course curriculums and our application process.

Mobile Art School is an outreach project, aimed at engaging and connecting schools across Aberdeen and beyond, to improve the awareness and understanding of the creative industries.

Engage is a new creative development programme designed at Gray’s School of Art and delivered in our purpose-built studios and workshops.

Look Again Aberdeen is based at Gray's School of Art and delivers exhibitions, talks, design markets and the Look Again festival, as well as programmes and events to support and grow the art and design community in the North East of Scotland, developing employability and encouraging retention of creative talent in the region.

Can't visit in person? Take a virtual tour of Gray's School of Art and its facilities.

Latest News and Events for Gray's School of Art


Starts: Thursday 23 February 2023

The Scottish Modern Universities' Tour is returning to Northern Ireland in 2023! Come along to our Information Evening to meet with representatives from 8 of Scotland’s Modern Universities.


Published: Thursday 26 January 2023

Gray’s School of Art’s Look Again team is launching a new project to shed light on Aberdeen’s changing LGBTQIA+ community. The project highlights lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex and asexual (LGBTQIA+) people from across the North East.


Published: Wednesday 18 January 2023

Gray’s School of Art at Robert Gordon University (RGU), is launching a new creative development programme called ‘Engage’ with weekend workshops, portfolio building courses and a new Young Art School, for 11–15-year-olds in the North East.

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