Art and Emerging Technologies MA


University of Westminster    Art, Design and Visual Culture

Full time & Part time September MA Full-time: 1 year; Part-time: 2 years
Creative Arts & Design (9)

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Unleash your creativity with the Art and Emerging Technologies MA programme at our Harrow Campus. This innovative course delves into the intersection of art and technology, equipping you with advanced digital skills and a deep understanding of their societal impact. Through studio practice and labs, you will explore cutting-edge technologies like virtual reality, creative coding, and artificial intelligence. The programme's Professional Practice module offers real-world projects to challenge and enhance your digital arts expertise. With a focus on industry demands, you will graduate ready for diverse roles in the creative and cultural sectors, from independent artist to arts management. The entry requirements include a 2:1 or 2:2 degree with a portfolio showcasing your creative journey. Benefit from our industry-level facilities, global network, and personalised career development support. Join us to embark on a transformative journey of artistic exploration and technological innovation.

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The Art and Emerging Technologies MA explores experimental applications of creative technologies in art practice, the development of advanced digital skills, and their impact on society, culture, and the environment.

You’ll be encouraged to consider technologies as an integral part of the creative process, embarking on a journey of exploration and seeking out innovative directions to expand and enrich your practice. This might include collaborating with technology, harnessing the potential of human-computer interactions, crafting narratives through transmedia techniques, fostering audience engagement and participatory cultures, creating interactive objects, and constructing and transforming physical and digital spaces.

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Entry Requirements

A minimum of an upper second class honours degree (2:1) or a lower second class honours degree (2:2) with relevant experience in related subject areas.

Applicants are required to submit a portfolio of recent practice projects. This should be presented in digital form and be annotated to demonstrate the progression from brief or inspiration through to completion. All images should be fully captioned with date of completion, size and medium used. Applicants will also need to identify in writing (maximum 500 words) a specific area of personal interest, which they envisage studying in depth whilst on the course.




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