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Our pioneering MA Arts and Education Practices course focuses on the exploration of educational models at the intersection of practice, teaching and pedagogic theory.
The only Arts Education MA in the UK based in a School of Art, we provide a unique platform for the art educator. This setting helps to facilitate an innovative community of experienced and aspiring art educators, welcoming those willing to critique current practices to ask not only how we should teach art, but also how art can teach us.
What's covered in the course?
Our students come from diverse phases and sectors in the field of art and design education and the expanded fields of gallery, community and self organised educational practices. Through the course individual perspectives and
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Normally a first degree or its equivalent in an appropriate subject, and/or previous or concurrent experience in the arts and/or education.
We also welcome applications from those mature applicants who may not satisfy the normal entry requirements.
Please see course website for further details.
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Studying on MA Arts and Education Practices was a great privilege as the course allowed me time and space to reflect upon and revisit my art practice, as well as research my developing interest in faith schools and alternative arts education. Over the course of the year, I experimented with various materials and processes and felt the independence of the course was integral to achieving success.
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