University of Plymouth: Illustration

InstitutionUniversity of Plymouth View institution profile
Department School of Art, Design and Architecture View department profile
Web http://www.plymouth.ac.uk/your-university/about-us/university-structure/faculties/arts-humanities
Email admissions@plymouth.ac.uk
Telephone +44 (0) 1752 585858
Study type Taught

Summary

This course is designed to offer a professional incubation unit alongside a taught MA course. Students engage in a unique work, study and research environment, all under one roof, which promotes visual and critical thinking, research skills and storytelling ability, whilst developing entrepreneurial qualities, communication and professional skills.

The programme has its own dedicated studio spaces and access to a wide variety of traditional and cutting-edge resources including drawing studio, printmaking, ceramics, textiles, letterpress, animation, laser cutting, 3D printing, virtual reality sculpting and drawing.

Through a project-based curriculum, developing original visual illustrative languages and authorship using traditional media as well as emerging digital technologies, the programme focuses upon building individual visual practice whilst being informed by and collaborating with areas of research and links with disciplines / agencies from within the University and the outside world.

Sustainability and ethical dimensions aligned to UN Sustainability Goals to making work and communicating content to specified audiences are a particular feature.

The programme is tailored to enable your professional interests to emerge and consolidate through project-based, innovative work.

Career and entrepreneurial skills are developed through a structured programme of lectures on networking, copyright, licensing and bookkeeping as well as visiting practitioners offering alternate views on industry and their own practice.

Students are eligible to promote, publish and disseminate their outputs via the programme’s press; plymouthpress.club and take part in a key London graduate show.

The course is taught by award-winning illustrators, educators and researchers.

We expect graduate creative leaders with a high degree of illustration, design and technical awareness able to operate within industrial, multidisciplinary, creative and collaborative professional environments.

By completing this course, you will be prepared for the professional art and design marketplaces as an autonomous or collective practitioner or as a candidate for further study at MPhil/ PhD level.

MA

Plymouth University
Faculty of Arts and Humanities


Postgraduate Study
Plymouth University is the 15th largest higher education institution in the UK with more than 23,000 students and an alumni community consisting of 135,000 graduates spanning over 130 countries.

An essential aspect of the University's lively and enterprising culture is our large community of postgraduate students who join and study with likeminded graduates from all over the world.

The Faculty of Arts and Humanities offers a wide variety of taught and research-based postgraduate degrees, each one with a different emphasis. Some provide you with the essentials required ...

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