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Call for applications: MA Digital Arts and MA Media and Creative Cultures
University of Greenwich School of Design
Above: Stockwell Street Building, School of Design at University of Greenwich
Above: Stockwell Street Building, School of Design at University of Greenwich
University of Greenwich School of Design
Park Row
SE10 9LS London
England

www.gre.ac.uk/pg/ach/ma-digital-arts
www.gre.ac.uk/pg/ach/ma-media-and-creative-cultures

The School of Design at The University of Greenwich is pleased to announce that it is now accepting applications for its new postgraduate programmes in MA Digital Arts and MA Media and Creative Cultures. Both programmes run as a one calendar year programme (12 months) beginning September 2019. The deadline for applications is on a rolling basis, however applicants are encouraged to apply early so as to secure a place. We welcome applications from UK/EU and International students from a wide range of backgrounds.

MA Digital Arts
Housed within the University of Greenwich’s new state of the art Stockwell Street building, students will have access to cutting edge equipment, new digital technologies, and bespoke workshop areas for film, sound, photography, and sculptural/3D work. The degree seeks to prepare students for engagement with increasingly dynamic digital and creative arts sectors, and to facilitate creative projects that foreground the importance of practice-based research, expertise and experimentation. The programme includes courses consisting of research-led teaching that encourages students to strive towards producing innovative work that exemplifies the contemporary Digital Art fields. As the field of Digital Art is ever evolving and redefining itself, applicants from a variety of backgrounds are encouraged to apply. These include, but are not limited to, Digital Arts, Fine Arts, Sound Design, Film, Television, VFX, Animation, Performance, Graphic Design and Media and Communications. The structure of the programme focuses on independent and experimental practice guided by tutor led modules in Expanded Artforms, Research Methodologies, Aesthetics and Practice, and a Major Project that will take the form of an exhibition in September 2020. Led by a staff of professional practicing artists and published academic scholars, the course is also supplemented with visiting artists, an open lecture series, and cross overs with other Masters programmes including Architecture and Film. Throughout the course there will be opportunities to take part in professional projects that engage students with a public facing profile. Successful applicants will need to apply with a portfolio of relevant work from their subject area, and attend an interview to discuss their suitability for the course. 

For more details of the programme and the application process, please visit our website.

MA Media and Creative Cultures
MA Media and Creative Cultures offers a unique degree experience that encourages interrogations of media theories, cultural studies, artistic and political contexts in an expanded field. Students specialise in Research Methods and Cultural Context; Aesthetic Economy; Subcultures; Digital Activism; Race, Class, Gender and Media through exploring themes of identity, power, aesthetics and creation of meaning in contemporary media culturesEvery year the programme invites a new Theorist-in-Residence from leading international institutions and cultural organisations to present tailored workshops on recent and emerging developments in media studies. For more details on previous residencies see here.

For more details of the programme and the application process, please visit our website.

Candidates interested in PhD-level study in similar topics should consult Dr Maria Korolkova [email protected]

School of Design at The University of Greenwich
The new School of Design brings together a range of disciplines including Architecture, Landscape, Built Environment, Graphics, Film & TV, Animation, Sound and Media. Its key aim is to promote interdisciplinary enquiry across all of these areas and to ask timely and critical questions pertaining the impact of technology on contemporary aesthetic practices. Students in the School can expect to be supported by world class researchers, practitioners and theorists, and will also have the opportunity to work within an environment that offers the very highest standards in terms of technical facilities. Prospective students will be joining an established creative community working together to offer new insights into the burgeoning creative economy, and as such will be well qualified to take full advantage of the opportunities it provides.

February 7, 2019

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University of Greenwich School of Design, London