You will be introduced to dramatic ambient visual displays and public projections that are supported by productive, applicable research. You will create a display which will be projected onto a prominent city building. This work will be accompanied by a rationale and a research folder.
Located in the University's Coventry campus, at the School of Art and Design, the course's emphasis is on producing solutions which are arresting and provocative, integrating time-based sound, movement and imagery. You will have access to state-of-the-art facilities and will be guided by experienced and dedicated members of staff who will take you through this journey. Sessions will be a mix of lecture-style presentations, discussions and practical workshops.
Course content will include:
- Current affairs debate: what are problems, what are crises, what can be done?
- Turning research into action: what's the point of research, what does it really do?
- The ambient, dramatic moment: how does this work, what does it achieve?
- Articulating and developing an approach
- Images, sound and words
- Software techniques
Please note: The prices listed relate only to applications made directly to the University and that the fees for applications made via agents or other third parties may be higher.
You must have spent a minimum of one year on a university course (or equivalent) studying an art and design course (such as fine art, illustration, advertising, media or graphic design).
As the programme is delivered in English, you will require a good level of English speaking, reading and writing skills. You must also be aged 18 or above.
Please note we are unable to provide flights or visas. You will be responsible for ensuring that these arrangements are made before the course starts.
Due to changes in visa requirements, visas may take slightly longer than anticipated so ensure that sufficient time is allowed to apply. Visa advice can be obtained through the UK government website.