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Data de início
2020 - 2021
Master of Arts
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Drawing upon historical, cultural and professional contexts at a local, national and international level, this course aims to consider the role and value of creative practice in all its manifestations. Investigating attitudes to contemporary art, we will consider arts practice in the public domain, exploring how art works relate to the audience and place, how they can address social agendas and personal approaches. Throughout the course, you will be expected to engage in dialogue with your peers irrespective of your own preferred discipline. You may collaborate where appropriate through live art, phonic art and new media or may choose to engage with painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, moving image, lens-based art, photography, digital video or expanded cinema. You will engage with projects that will explore entrepreneurship and business development, as well as understanding the importance of social media platforms and promotion. We aim to help you develop and demonstrate an understanding of contemporary production and practice. We will cover practical, creative, intellectual, interpersonal and professional skills in both independent and collaborative creative practice. Why choose this course? We have successfully hosted students via the highly competitive US Fulbright scholarship program and since 1843 educated some of the worldâ??s leading artists, designers and creative thinkers, including BAFTA, Oscars and Turner Prize nominees. The Faculty of Arts and Humanities boasts a strong creative community of 3,500 students, with facilities including fully equipped digital production, sound recording and editing, film, photography, video, ceramics and print facilities and excellent technical support. Youâ??ll be taught by experienced practitioners such as Darryl Georgiou, who have exhibited at the worldâ??s most prestigious art galleries, from the Victoria and Albert Museum in London to the Deste Foundation for Contemporary Art in Athens and New York. This practice-based course encourages diverse modes of interdisciplinary work across a range of media, including interactive and digital technologies, film and video, sound, painting, printmaking, photography, drawing, live performance and sculpture. You will innovate and experiment with a range of convergent media, materials and technologies. Professional practice is embedded throughout, helping to demonstrate knowledge and skills in the workplace and providing you with challenging and exciting â??liveâ?? collaborative projects, working in partnership with external organisations. Youâ??ll have opportunities to exhibit your work during the course thanks to our staff links with various local organisations, including The Custard Factory in Birmingham and Some Cities photography organisation, as well as our end-of-year annual MA Degree Show.
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