University of Plymouth: Photography
|Institution||University of Plymouth View institution profile|
|Department||School of Art, Design and Architecture View department profile|
|Telephone||+44 (0) 1752 585858|
Develop your creative practice, knowledge and understanding with our MA Photography. You'll gain a broad theoretical understanding of the medium of photography and establish a critically reflective practice through experimentation, creativity, risk-taking, research and authorship. Self-set projects and assignments, along with the collective breadth offered by our portfolio of exit awards, means you will graduate with an individually tailored award within a field of contemporary photography.
* Choose your exit award - the core MA Photography, or one of our specialist routes: MA Photography and the Land, MA Photography and the Book, or MA Photography and Writing. This programme is also available as a Research Masters (ResM).
* Engage in experimental practice and become part of a broad research environment, supported by our internationally renowned staff, including Professors David Chandler, Jem Southam and Liz Wells.
* Study the course one year full-time or two years part-time; you’ll attend the same sessions, collaborating and sharing skills and knowledge.
* Experience a dynamic research environment which includes an extensive visiting speaker programme – a number of whom contribute to small, directed seminars, workshops and tutorials. Recent visiting speakers include Martin Barnes, Kate Bush, Clare Grafik and Michael Mack, and Ron Jude. Upcoming speakers include Stephen Vaughan, Laura Pannack and Anna Fox.
* Special events that highlight the aspects of the taught programme are organised each semester including intensive study days and symposia. We have held study visits at the Victoria and Albert Museum, at Martin Parr’s studio and at Garry Fabian Miller’s studio.
* Interrogate the relationship between theory and practice, with opportunities for a residential field trip and study trips both in the UK and abroad - we have previously visited Paris, Amsterdam and Rotterdam.
* Benefit from a city centre campus with excellent library and photographic facilities including a bespoke daylight studio, analogue and digital imaging and printing resources, C41 processing, letterpress, printmaking and silkscreen workshops.
* Explore the rich urban and rural landscape offered by the South West peninsula – diverse towns and cities, industrial heritage and urban regeneration, coastal and marine environments, dramatic moorland and areas of outstanding natural beauty.
|Level||RQF Level 7|
A 2.1 degree or above in photography or a relevant subject.
Appropriate professional experience or prior experiential learning will also be assessed on an individual basis.
Applicants with an Honours degree in other disciplines, are welcome to apply with proposals that demonstrate an innovative approach to the use of their practice, in a critical context, within the field of their own specialism in relation to photography.
Applicants will be required to attend an interview, bringing a portfolio of work.
Accredited Prior Learning (APL) will not normally be considered as the programme is designed as a coherent whole.
* The Practice of Research
The modules shown for this course or programme are those being studied by current students, or expected new modules. Modules are subject to change depending on year of entry.
Master of Fine Arts - MFA (PG)
|Level||RQF Level 7|
A 2.1 degree or above in photography or a relevant subject. Appropriate professional experience or prior experiential learning will also be assessed on an individual basis. Applicants with an Honours degree in other disciplines, are welcome to apply with proposals that demonstrate an innovative approach to the use of their practice, in a critical context, within the field of their own specialism in relation to photography. Applicants will be required to attend an interview, bringing a portfolio of work. Accredited Prior Learning (APL) will not normally be considered as the programme is designed as a coherent whole.
Faculty of Arts and Humanities
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