Normally an honours degree in a related discipline, a recognised equivalent qualification or professional experience.
Months of entry
Learn to think about your craft in new ways, understand research as a craftsperson and become expert in your chosen practice and profession.
On this specialist MA you will develop both your creative skills and your ways of thinking, working with tutors who understand craft both as a profession and as personal expression. Module options can include extensive practical work with a wide range of materials including metal, ceramics, polymers, wood and more.
You will learn from experienced professionals in a welcoming atmosphere that allows craftspeople to discuss and develop their ideas as a community.
Our MA strives to help you towards exemplary creative output. Through exploration of the traditional discipline categories, to the evolution of future interpretations and directions, you will be encouraged to fully engage with what the craft scene is today.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- College of Arts and Humanities
- 01273 644644