|Field of Study:||Crafts/Craft Design, Folk Art and Artisanry
|Description:||The focus of the BA Artist, Designer: Maker degree is not only to develop you as a student and critical thinker, but to inspire your growth into a skilled and intellectual maker. These attributes, which are dependent on one another, combined with practical experience and an understanding of the making industry, will form the beginning of your career, and stand you in the strongest possible position to carry it forward.
The Artist, Designer: Maker programme is taught by a dedicated team of both academics and professional artists; staff interests and research areas range from sculpture, ceramics and textile art to sonic art, electronics, and installation and site-specific work. This course has making at its heart, enabling you to engage with practices drawn from a broad spectrum of creative disciplines including art, design and craft. Bridging the gap between traditional skills and new technologies, the course will enable you to work in a myriad of ways, including producing work for batch production, bespoke one-off pieces or manufacture.
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Please note that fees are approximate and for Canadian students.