If you’re interested in design, fine arts, photography or media, studying here will open up a world of creativity and knowledge, enabling you to become part of a diverse community of students.

If you have the determination, enthusiasm and creativity, we can help you develop your professional ambitions, across disciplines such as web design, painting, film-making, illustration, graphic design and sculpture.

The creative sector continues as a key driver to the local and national economy, contributing richly and fundamentally to cultural identities, so with our help, you could be on your way to a successful career within one of the most rapidly growing sectors. The creative economy also contributes to the overall well-being of communities, individual self-esteem and quality of life.

We offer professional facilities including art studios and digital editing suites, industry standard software, expert staff and professional networks. We will provide clear pathways to becoming a creative professional – through multiple community collaborations, work placements, professional practice and extra-curricular opportunities with a variety of local and national industry partners.

Blog and News Articles

Art display at Perth Museum and Art Gallery

Contemporary Art Practice (CAP) HND students partnered up with Culture Perth and Kinross to create an exciting new display.

Student Spotlight - Daisy Taylor

We caught up with Creative Industries student - Daisy Taylor - to find out a bit more about her - and to see how she is enjoying her course.

A day in the life of a Creative Industries student

Contemporary Art Practice student, Anne-Marie, shares her story of why it’s never too late to follow your dreams and go back to studying.

Perth College UHI on tour: Amsterdam

We caught up with Deirdre Bennett, Creative Industries Lecturer, after a recent department trip to Amsterdam with some Creative Industries students.

Staff Spotlight: Alex Kershaw

Our Creative Industries staff members not only lecture here at Perth College UHI, they are also real life artists. We caught up with Alex Kershaw who told us about one of her recent exhibitions, ‘Incommunicado’.