You are welcome to apply if you hold an honours degree in a subject related to art and/or design. Applications are also welcome from those with equivalent or relevant experience. We are also happy to consider applications from diverse backgrounds.
Months of entry
The department is a centre of diverse creative and academic activity in the form of artist access, skills programmes and research. There are a number of research students working in Ceramics as well as artists in residence, including a Crafts Council 'Next Move' placement.
All staff associated with the programme are engaged in professional practice or research. Students on this programme will work alongside MA Glass students, providing a lively and diverse peer group.
The department has a proven track record of attracting a broad range of students in terms of age, nationality, and background. Students have joined the programme having studied or worked in diverse contexts. For example: Glass, Ceramics, Painting, Sculpture, Jewellery, Architecture, Interior Design, Engineering, and Photography.
Students on this programme will develop a synergy of both creative ideas and technical skills to a professional level.
Facilities for this course include:
- 13 ceramic kilns and two large gas kilns
- Ceramics mould-making and glaze workshops
- Printing facility for ceramics, glass and other surfaces
- Decal printer
- Project and exhibition space
- Multi-function creative and social space
- Lampworking and future light workshop
- Computer suite and project space
- Arts and Design Library
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
|Assessment||What kind of work will I be doing? (proportionally)|
|Written coursework / continuous assessment||20|
Course contact details
- Professor Kevin Petrie
- +44 (0)191 515 3000