Illustration and Book Arts MAAnglia Ruskin University
£ 7,100 - (Rs 5,83,532)
- Cambridge (England)
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What you'll learn on the course
Book layout and design
- Process and Practice as ResearchYou will engage with the relationship between research and production. In particular you will explore the process of designing a research project for Art and Design students at Masters level. Lectures and seminars will introduce you to methodology, ethics and exemplars of research methods from a broad range of art and design disciplines.
- Visual TextThrough self-directed visual projects you will explore the relationships between text and image, words, authorship and the artist's voice. In lectures and seminars you will look at the role of text and typographic identity in the generation of meaning, and text and image relationships.
- Sequence and SeriesOn this studio-based module, you will develop your personal visual language visual work through a consideration of series and sequential imagery. In lectures and seminars you will explore contemporary theory and practice in relation to visual language, narratology, composition, structure and editing of sequential and serial visual work.
- Master's Dissertation Art and DesignThis module forms the major written element of the MA programme. On it, you will be invited to choose a topic related to your area of study, as the basis for a research essay of up to 8,000 words.
- Master's Project: Art and DesignThe Masters Project represents the culmination of your learning on the programme, and giving you the opportunity to develop and resolve a major area of enquiry. This is a self-directed visual project negotiated with the staff team and peers.
You’ll show your progress through your self-directed visual projects, which will include written project proposals, developmental and final visual work, and a reflective commentary. On the Master's Dissertation module, you’ll submit a 6,000-word essay. Finally, the Master's Project will allow you to build on all previous modules to design a visual project which shows mastery of your subject.
Teaching times: 9am-5pm Tuesdays and Wednesdays (full-time); 9am-5pm Wednesdays in Year 1, Tuesdays in Year 2 (part-time).
Course fees:UK & EU students, 2016/17 (per year) £7,100
UK & EU students, 2016/17 (per year part time) £3,550
International students, 2016/17 (per year) £11,900