- 1 October 2018 - 21 December 2018
- Location: University-wide
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MA Photography Portfolio Surgery
Thursday 15 November 2018
4.15pm - 5.00pm: Tour (optional)
5.00pm - 7.00pm: Portfolio Surgery
If you are unsure whether MA Photography at LCC is the right course for you, come along to our informal portfolio surgery. This session is an ideal opportunity for you to receive practical advice about your application from course tutors, see our facilities and find out more about the course.
Booking is essential for the MA Photography Portfolio Surgery. Please arrive 15 minutes before the session begins.
Tour starts at 4.15pm
This is your opportunity to explore LCC's photography studios, digital suites, finishing and processing areas, as well as our extensive library and creative IT hub, The Digital Space. The tour will be given by current LCC students and should last approximately 40 minutes.
Applying for MA Photography
MA Photography at LCC is based around the development of a single research-based and conceptually strong project. Applications to the course will need to include a promising project proposal, so our portfolio surgeries also offer a unique opportunity to run through some of your ideas with your potential future tutors and get some really valuable feedback.
Your study proposal should be a feasible, researched outline of a specific project that you plan to photograph. This should include how you plan to develop your project and also provide a sense of subject, style, approach, concept, research, and how much you know about contemporary fine art photography. Your portfolio should demonstrate that you have an understanding of project-based visual inquiry. Your application as a whole should give us a sense of how you locate yourself in your area of practice and how MA Photography will further your understanding of conceptual photographic practice.
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