Our Creative Practice MA is open to professionals and graduates who aspire to meet the evolving demands of contemporary creative practice. You will gain strong theoretical and cultural contextual knowledge and will hone your conceptual thinking and innovation. This course will enhance your career prospects in the creative industries and enable you to become an effective and confident practitioner.
- A stimulating opportunity to work alongside practitioners from a variety of disciplines - A broad-ranging course that expands your creative horizons - An impressive range of media resources and studios - Strong theoretical, experimental and professional practice strands - Tutors with strong industry experience and a proven professional track record
How will you be taught?
Learning, teaching and assessment within the programme has been designed to develop specialist knowledge, skills and attitudes relevant to your professional practice in creative media, as well as to enable you to develop academic and transferable skills that will support your creative practice. Your knowledge, skills and approaches will be developed through a variety of learning strategies, including lectures, written assignments, group work, seminars, practical work, and tutorial support.
The technical team run regular workshops in the use of resources, such as cameras and studios, to offer you the opportunity to acquire new skills. Please note that we do not teach software applications: you are expected already to have such knowledge relevant to your arena of practice.
On offer is our state of the art Digital Arts Centre with a dedicated MA Room with Macintosh computers running industry standard digital media software, and smaller studio spaces for digital media experimentation, research, production and development work. There is a 48 track digital sound recording studio, a digital video production studio with full lighting rig, blue screen technology and multi-camera studio facilities, as well as digital video editing facilities and web servers. We also have animation rostrums and a printmaking and ceramics studio.
In the environment of these facilities, you will be taught by a dedicated team of tutors who have considerable industry experience, and supported by an excellent technical team who can offer advice on practical applications.
Assessment is through coursework. This will usually be a practical project supported by a written reflective account of your concepts, research and critical approach.
Creative Media MA
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