Photography and Media MACoventry University
£ 5.799 - (6.474 €)
- Scarborough (Grossbritannien)
Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?
Learning and Development
Learning and Development
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The course provides a live mentored environment from which the student can draw on the expertise and guidance of an international roster of specialists and collaborators. Our innovative approaches to teaching and learning leverage the benefits of an extensive and globally distributed community which place you at its centre.
A rolling programme of entry points and multiple versions enable you to tailor a bespoke approach to learning and development suiting individual needs, both onsite in Coventry and/or online.
PLEASE NOTE: when making your application please select Communication, Culture and Media MA and then state clearly your chosen routeway (specialism) within the personal statement (e.g. Photography and Media MA).WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE?
Learn from people who are 'shaking up photographic education’ (WIRED Magazine).
Work with innovators: 'breaking new ground for photographers' (EU Parliament TV).
Be part of our networked and distributed approaches: 'amazing', 'opens up the whole process of how you teach photography at a university' (P2PU Exec. Dir. Philipp Schmidt).WHAT WILL I LEARN?
Our students are taken seriously as motivated and committed media-producers and peers. We have built a creative environment in which experimental and innovative ways of working are encouraged and supported. You’ll be a part of an approach to teaching and learning that values collaboration and live practical engagement over broadcast instruction and rote-learning.
Our explicit aim is to foster innovative and sustainable responses to the seismic shifts currently redefining the post-digital photographic landscape.
The Photographic Artefact: Print, File and Ephemera
Engendering informed and empowered artisans, able to realise the medium as artefact thereby leveraging its unique and inherent value.
The Post-Photographer: Storytelling, Curation and Collaboration
Transiting from traditional photographic supplier into an informed post-photographic storytelle.
The Photo-publisher: Platforms, Hubs and the Pamphleteers
Developing the knowledge and skills to transit from the traditional role of content supplier, to one of post-photographic publisher.
Hyper-photography: The Medium, the Media and the Mediated
Informed ownership of your practice, foregrounding the knowledge and skills necessary to realise a photographic concept - from pre-visualisation to 'publication-ready' artefact.
Masters Photographic Practice
A self-directed major project and opportunity develop a body of work with a distinct authorial identity, underpinned by intellectual engagement at Masters level.