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MA Graphic Design Communication “Dot the i’s and Cross the t’s” in MA Show

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Published date 05 September 2013


MA Graphic Design Communication Course Leader Sadhna Jain has led her merry band of creative followers into a wonderful MA Show aptly named “Dot the i’s and Cross the t’s”.

Exhibits include: Interactive Installations with Audio, Kinect, Animation; Exploration of book forms; Mapping Systems; Storytelling and Moving Image; Image making and publications.

In a new short film clip, Sadhna Jain, Course Leader of MA Graphic Design Communication at Chelsea College of Art and Design talks about what the course offers.


Our MA Graphic Design Communication provides the perfect opportunity to explore and develop your professional practice. We will teach you how to use design thinking in highly individual ways, focusing on theoretical research and design practice. The course is studio based and practice led with individual and group tutorials, including workshops with external writers, designers, and artists. Postgraduate talks introduce students to a range of visiting speakers whilst the in-house Graphic Design Communication lecture series offers the chance to hear current practitioners discussing their work.


Our Alumni have gone on to exhibit at Waterman’s New Media Gallery, London, gain employment at The Mill international design agency, set up their own studios, secure freelance work and much more.


There are a range of bursaries and scholarships which could support you whilst you study. Check out our current opportunities for you to gain funding.

Read more about the course and if you would like to apply to the course starting this October, feel free to give us a call on +44 (0)207 514 7751 to speak to one of the team here at Chelsea College of Art and Design and we’ll be happy to help with any questions you may have.