Applicants normally hold a 2:1 undergraduate degree or equivalent or appropriate experience for mature candidates (over 25).
Months of entry
The digital revolution has not only challenged most of our assumptions about photography and its social functions, but has also enabled contemporary dialogues between the medium itself and other interactive creative practices such as writing, performance, situation-specific interventions and contemporary philosophical perspectives. The programme has an emphasis on creativity and experimental insight aimed at nurturing truly innovative future-oriented photographic practices. The student is encouraged to form a new relationship with the concept and practice of photography in order to create new photographic discourses engendering novel modes of expression. Applicants are welcomed from any creative background if they have an interest in the photographic, as well as photographers with specific training who wish to expand their practice.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Catrin Webster
- 01792 481285
- 01792 470385