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MA Fine Art Digital at Camberwell College of Arts focuses on art that engages with, uses and is impacted by the digital. This course doesn’t focus on technology but presents it as a tool to facilitate ideas, placing emphasis upon its creative and artistic use. Our MA in Fine Art Digital is offered both as a studio based course and an online course.
Camberwell College of Arts, Peckham Road
|Study Mode||Full time|
|Course Length||1 year (Full Time)|
2 years (Extended Full Time and Online)
£8,000 (Full Time)
£8,000 (Extended Full Time): £4,000 to be paid in the first year. £4,000 to be paid in the second year
£15,950 (Full Time)
£18,000 (Extended Full Time): £9,000 to be paid in the first year. £9,000 to be paid in the second year
|Start Date||September 2015|
|Autumn Term Dates||Full Time: Monday 7 September - Thursday 24 December 2015|
Extended Full Time: Monday 7 September - Friday 13 November 2015
|Spring Term Dates||Full Time: Monday Monday 4 January - Friday 22 July 2016|
Extended Full Time: Monday 11 January - Friday 18 March 2016
|Summer Term Dates||Extended Full Time: Monday 16 May - Friday 22 July 2016|
Direct to the Graduate School
|Application Deadline||Open for 2015/16 entry|
Unit One – Research, Development and Practice
Students will explore, experiment and research to further develop their Project Proposals. This unit introduces students to pathway specific issues and topics, research methodologies and techniques. It aims to orientate students and their practice within the course, and develop their contextual, critical and research skills at the onset of their MA learning.
Unit Two – Reflection and Presentation
Resolution and presentation of students' work according to their Project Proposal. A symposium will provide the opportunity to present their research and provide further peer feedback. Students' practice at this stage should synthesise their practical, conceptual and professional abilities and they will be expected to consider their future practice, audience and context of their work in contemporary practice.
The intention and context of students' work will inform their decisions they will take regarding a final exhibition. Students' will also be expected to work collaboratively with their peers to actively plan, organise and install an exhibition as part of their continued Personal and Professional Development.
This mode allows students to study MA Fine Art Digital wherever they are in the world. Weekly chat sessions create a highly effective group dynamic, and a supportive yet challenging community of practice quickly develops. This mode offers students a uniquely flexible way to study, as they’re able to combine studying with employment or any other commitments.
During the two-year course, students also have the option of taking up 3 two-week residencies that can include workshops, visits, discussions, lectures and access to our extensive facilities for the making and exhibiting of work.
Jonathan Kearney has extensive experience of exhibiting his work worldwide, with recent exhibitions having been seen in China, Brazil and London, as well as teaching in a variety of settings.
For nine years, Kearney has pioneered the opportunity to study a Fine Art masters course online. This innovative approach to learning is backed by his research and experimentation, which shows how digital tools can enhance both learning and art practice.
Camberwell’s MA Fine Art Digital graduates go on to work in a wide range of settings, with many now self employed and regularly exhibiting their work in galleries, festivals or running their own creative businesses.
Other alumni work in the wider creative industries as creative directors, designers, photographers, videographers or educationalists. The expanding role of the digital is transforming all creative work and creating new opportunities that could scarcely be imagined just a few years ago.
£1000 fee discount for University of the Arts London alumni.
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This course is open for applications for 2015/16 entry. For a full list of UAL courses open for 2015/16 entry, visit our Places Available page.
Download and complete our Postgraduate application form, which you can send to us at email@example.com or the address below.
Camberwell College of Arts
45-65 Peckham Road
Please note, completed forms should include your:
There are two ways international students can apply to a postgraduate course at Camberwell College of Arts:
To apply through the College, you’ll need to download and complete our international postgraduate application form.
You can send this to firstname.lastname@example.org or the address below, along with your portfolio and any supporting documents.
Chelsea College of Arts
16 John Islip Street
There is no deadline for international applications, but students are advised to apply as early as possible.
The study proposal is a statement of approximately 1,000 words describing your current practice. You should use referenced text or images where appropriate.
It should also describe how you will develop a self-directed programme of work and related research whilst at Camberwell College of Arts.
When writing your proposal you are not expected to have complete answers to all your questions.
However, you should be able to:
How to structure a study proposal
Each section should be approximately 250 words.
Describe specific areas, issues and critical ideas that are central to your area of interest.
Are there resources or equipment that you need to access in order for you to successfully engage in your research?
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