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MA Art & Design is a single course with many pathways

This course gives you the flexibility to study any art & design pathway within one Master's course.

You will be able to specialise in one of these popular subject areas.

Click on the pathways below to find out more


Fashion Design | Fashion Promotion

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The Fashion Design pathway.....

encourages you to develop your own profile as a professional designer. There will be an emphasis on research, range development and garment construction. You will be guided by industry professionals in producing a portfolio of work and, aided by technical staff you will present a directional final collection.

The Fashion Promotion pathway....

investigates the areas of the Fashion industry that support all areas of design. With the support and guidance from industry professionals, you will develop your own personal portfolio of work within an area that could include Fashion Styling, Fashion Photography, Fashion Illustration, Fashion Promotion or Fashion Film.
 

Communication Design

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The Communication Design pathway supports the exploration of ideas and processes where the student has a specialist interest in graphic design, illustration, typography, interactive design or branding.

Photography | Animation

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Aimed at lens based students, this pathway will allow you to select from photography, film making, animation and photojournalism. The pathway is concerned with the exploration, development and synthesis of conceptual, theoretical and practical skills to create compelling image based solutions.

Interior Design

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This pathway covers all 3D areas both the design and making aspects, model making and the creation of final objects, using resistant and non-resistant materials.  You can explore, landscape architecture, exhibition design, interior design, product design, furniture design, design for the stage, jewellery, ceramics and glass.

Product Design | Craft

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This pathway covers all 3D areas both the design and making aspects, model making and the creation of final objects, using resistant and non-resistant materials.  You can explore product design, furniture design, design for the stage, jewellery, ceramics and glass.

Fine Art

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Students following this pathway can explore many areas of creative practice for example: painting, sculpture, film/video, performance, instillation and photography. The fine art pathway makes full use of the opportunities born out of the multi-disciplinary conversations that result from teaching and learning in the home hub.


 

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