One year full-time/two years part-time
MA Art and Social Practice at Middlesex University is aimed at fostering dialogue, commoning or critical intervention in cultural process and production through experiential learning and social inquiry. We are interested in artistic practices and modes of cultural production centred on human interaction and social discourse that actively seek the company of others in the making of the work.
This masters course is open to practitioners in any creative medium who want their work to make a difference.
MA Art and Social Practice at Middlesex University offers:
- Experienced practitioner-led teaching.
- Off-site project work based on your own interests, contacts and communities.
- A programme of lectures, seminars, external visits and events to inform and enhance your practice.
- Studio space for both full- and part-time students.
- State of the art facilities and workshops with contemporary and traditional equipment, archives and a full range of digital tools including software labs, 3D printing and media studios.
- An active research context with staff specialism in social practice.
- A wider university context to support interdisciplinary working.
- Access to London’s thriving scene of social engagement, cultural activism and urban renewal.
- International university partnerships offering opportunity for exchange and placements.
- Collaborative events such as the Art and Social Practice virtual symposia and seminars with University of Highlands and Islands to share ideas and work in progress with peers across institutions.