MA Drawing at Wimbledon College of Arts is aimed at students who want to explore and interrogate the practice of drawing.
What students can expect from the course:
- A course that promotes drawing for a purpose, focusing on process and cross-disciplinary dialogues that centre on communicating ideas to an audience, client or user
- To develop their drawing, discursive skills and agendas through a re-orientation of their practice
- Collaborations across and between diverse disciplines and courses at the College
- To have access to rich research sources such as Wimbledon’s Jocelyn Herbert Archive, the Stanley Kubrick Archives and University of the Arts London
Centre for Drawing
- To benefit from the College’s established relationships we have with Tate Britain, The British Museum, Ashmolean Museum, The Royal Academy, The Sir John Soane Museum and the V&A drawing collections
- To explore a range of practices and disciplines where new languages and methodologies can be developed, including: architecture,
art, cartography, dance, design, engineering, performance, the sciences and writing
This will comprise of input from a range of practitioners from diverse disciplines, encouraging discussion of drawings purpose, its currency and potential for communicating and problem solving. This may include input from scientists, architects, writers and performers exploring the boundaries of drawing.
This unit will focus on defining and developing themes from Unit One via individual or collaborative research questions. The unit will allow students to set up identifiable internal or external collaborations, and establish specific targets. The collaborative process can be used to resolve issues across and between disciplines.
Will allow students to further develop their individual research questions, and explore and define practical methodologies to articulate drawing for a purpose.
BA (Hons) degree in either art and design or drawing-related disciplines, including social and other sciences or engineering; AND a study proposal; AND a portfolio of work. Alternative qualifications and experience will also be taken into consideration. All classes are taught in English. The level required for this course is IELTS level 6.5 or above with at least 5.5 in reading, writing, listening and speaking.
Home/EU: £8,250. International: £17,230. Home/EU alumni receive a £1,000 discount.