MA in the Herefordshire in the United Kingdom

Top Masters of Arts in the Herefordshire in the United Kingdom 2017

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Masters degrees, commonly known as MA, are postgraduate degrees lasting at least one year and sometimes two years, they are taught degrees normally requiring some actual research. MA is the most common name for a Masters degree and is often used.

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Masters of Arts (M.A) in the Herefordshire in the United Kingdom

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MA Contemporary Crafts

Hereford College of Arts
Campus Full time Part time 15  August 2017 United Kingdom Hereford + 1 more

This Masters Level course in Contemporary Craft focuses on developing and extending individual creative practice and underpinning and empowering it with critical thinking. The course is project-led and studio-based supported by close tutorial guidance, lectures, seminars and open access to a wide range of craft workshops. The course supports the practical and theoretical engagement with craft both as a profession and as a personal expression. [+]

Top Masters of Arts (M.A) in the Herefordshire in the United Kingdom. A quick summary of this course This Masters Level course in Contemporary Craft focuses on developing and extending individual creative practice and underpinning and empowering it with critical thinking. The course is project-led and studio-based supported by close tutorial guidance, lectures, seminars and open access to a wide range of craft workshops. The course supports the practical and theoretical engagement with craft both as a profession and as a personal expression. It aims to support the student as a practitioner to identify their own working methodology and identify where they sit within the wider context of craft. Practice at all times is informed by in depth rigorous research, experimentation and exploration, fostering innovative thinking and approaches. The engagement in continuous reflective analysis allows students to assess their practice and move it forward. Workshop access and the development and refinement of technical making skills are also important in order to achieve exemplary and well finished creative objects. Communicating and presenting ideas and research through professional presentations and the exhibition of work encourages students to examine the context, reception, audience and end user. Features What you will experience The programme is, at its heart centred on the development of individual creative practice which is formalised through the writing of a research proposal. The course attracts ambitious students from a wide range of craft disciplines including textiles, small metals, jewellery, artist blacksmithing, ceramics, printmaking and multi-disciplinary approaches. The engagement with new... [-]