Postgraduate Show 2015
Dates and details of the Wimbledon postgraduate show
MA Digital Theatre at Wimbledon College of Arts explores the boundaries of theatre making and design, focusing on contemporary ideas, innovations and experimentation.
Wimbledon College of Arts, Merton Hall Road
|Study Mode||Full time|
|Course Length||1 year|
|Start Date||October 2015|
|Autumn Term Dates||Monday 5 October - Friday 18 December 2015|
|Spring Term Dates||Monday 4 January - Friday 18 March 2016|
|Summer Term Dates||Monday 4 April - Friday 9 September 2016|
Direct to the Graduate School
|Application Deadline||Open for 2015/16 entry|
To examine a range of visual, digital performance and design concepts, including:
The first unit involves the student group making a piece of collective performance. The group will work collaboratively, under the guidance of a project leader, to investigate an area of digital performance. Previous projects have included; an interactive audience telematics performance and the use of internet streaming to broadcast a live performance.
The second unit is a series of personal research performances and projects, involving practical and professional enquiry. These will be a facilitated both in small grouping and through independent study. The work is assessed and supported through both peer, independent and tutorial review.
In the final unit, you will have worked towards situating an independent project and will develop your concept towards exhibition. The project is seen as a point of departure that will help to situate you as both a collaborator and independent artist within the your chosen area of performance.
Douglas is a video and projection designer who has worked with numerous productions and theatres, including The Royal Shakespeare Company, Filter Theatre, Soho Theatre, Lightwork and Bluemouth Inc.
He was the curating lead for New Technology and Performance at the World Stage Design Exhibition 2013 in Cardiff.
He is also part of a team of Wimbledon staff working with University of Hyderabad, India on a comparative study of the impact of new media on contemporary Indian and British performance practice. The project is funded by the UK India Education and Research Initiative (UKIERI).
Our graduates develop and define their individual practices to progress within Digital Theatre, which often leads them in different directions within the industry. Recent graduates have continued either as professionals or become leading creative innovators within theatre, while others have continued their studies with research degrees.
£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.
Wimbledon College of Arts
Merton Hall Road
Please note, completed forms should include your:
There are two ways international students can apply to a postgraduate course at Wimbledon 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 Wimbledon 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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