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You’ll work at the forefront of the discipline, embracing the latest digital and technological advancements while developing a clear understanding of the market and the commercial potential of your work.
Entrants should normally have achieved a BA (Hons) / BSc Degree of 2:1 or above (or its equivalent), in a subject related to your proposed course of study.
Applicants who hold a Degree from another discipline may also be considered for entry, subject to the submission of a satisfactory portfolio of art, design or media-related work in support of their application.
The offer of entry onto a Masters Degree (MA) is based on an expectation that you have the potential to fulfil the aims of the course of study and achieve the standard required to successfully complete the award.
Postgraduate UK/EU (Full-Time): £8,500
Postgraduate UK/EU (Part-time; 2 years): £5,310
Postgraduate International (Full-Time): £15,900
There is an emphasis on the context and understanding where your work fits into the field. This really helps your work to develop.
There have been several memorable lectures from industry guests including Karen Nicol, an embroidery and mixed media artist; Guy Hills, the Co-founder of Dashing Tweeds; Louise Richardson, a textile artist; Sarah Angold, an innovative designer specialising in laser cutting; and Sam Wingate, a NUA graduate who founded Mr Wingate.
I’ve enjoyed having the time to focus on research, develop ideas and bring these to my practice. We’re encouraged to follow our own interests and I’ve enjoyed bringing my love of walking and being in the natural landscape to my work.
I’ve also enjoyed the sense of community on the MA course. We work alongside students from different disciplines which is really valuable as it offers a different perspective and can lead to exciting collaborations.
I feel very fortunate to be one of the Dubery and Brogden East Anglian Art Fund Scholarship recipients and have really valued EAAF’s support and encouragement. A highlight was having the opportunity to exhibit my work at the ‘Two Lives in Colour’ exhibition at East Gallery earlier this year.
The Dubery and Brogden scholarship was established in September 2016, following a substantial bequest made to the East Anglia Art Fund (EAAF) from the Estate of artists Fred Dubery and Joanne Brogden.
This money has enabled EAAF to provide scholarships worth £2,500 per year of study to one postgraduate student on the following courses: MA Fashion, MA Fine Art and MA Textile Design.
Richard Jewson, Chairman of Trustees, East Anglia Art Fund said: “In 2016 East Anglia Art Fund celebrates 25 years of supporting art exhibitions in the region. This bequest represents an immensely exciting opportunity to extend our work with artists, supporting their study at the Norwich University of the Arts”.
This scholarship is open to all full time and part time students studying on either MA Fashion, MA Fine Art or MA Textile Design. All eligible students will be invited to apply in September of their starting year.
All eligible students will be invited to apply in September of their starting year, after enrolment. They will be required to submit a written artist statement along with images of work directly to Norwich University of the Arts. All applications are reviewed by the East Anglia Art Fund who will select a winner.