Please prepare a portfolio of artwork which shows your interests and what you have done so far. We are not looking for perfection as we appreciate you may be still developing your practice.
Your portfolio should be a PowerPoint presentation (preferable for applicants interested in the photography route), ZIP file or links to websites or videos and can include:
We suggest between 10-20 slides/images would be sufficient.
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Re-evaluate, experiment and test new ideas to extend your contemporary practice. Benefit from a survey of critical concepts and frameworks in contemporary visual practice and be encouraged to consider how these relate to your own perspective of practice.
Build on your established practice and current interests, concerns and ideas, developing your personal project or body of work. This may take the form of an extension of existing ideas and approaches or the development of a new direction. Learn from and participate in a series of ‘Creative Lives’ talks given on a weekly basis, which will give an overview of current professional practice from professionals from different areas of the creative arts sector, including curators, cultural producers, designers and digital entrepreneurs as well as freelance artists.
Bring your visual practice up to a professional level of resolve and present it in an appropriate professional form (group exhibition). You will also be supported to produce a final Reflective Report as either:
Recent Sunderland graduates have set up their own creative businesses, undertaken commissions and exhibited their work regionally and nationally. During the course we encourage you to gain industry experience which will enhance your skills, build up a valuable network of contacts and boost your employability.
In the past this has included exhibition work in a range of public contexts such as galleries, schools and hospitals. A Masters degree will also enhance career opportunities within Higher Education and prepare you for further postgraduate studies.
Insurance-Single: 300 GBP/year