The MA Arts Practice Arts, Health and Wellbeing course will be of value to artists, arts or health managers, therapists, counsellors, community workers and teachers, plus others with an interest in the relationship between arts and health and wellbeing.
A key element of this postgraduate art course is the wide range of projects undertaken by students with the NHS, arts organisations, social services, local authorities, charitable trusts, schools, colleges and commercial companies.
The course will enable you to develop professional skills and experience within relevant critical and contextual frameworks. It encompasses a broad spectrum of creativity form participation and socially engaged practice to site-specific art works aimed at enhancing wellbeing.
What you will study
You will develop new ways of looking at your own practice within the field of arts, health and wellbeing. You will explore distinct areas of practice and research while reviewing your own and fellow students’ work-in-progress. Through negotiation, you will develop a proposal for new work that will form the framework for further development. The course is structured to enable you to fully realise your ambitions for your practice.
The MA Arts Practice Arts, Health and Wellbeing course begins in October each year and runs over 18 months.
Part One: October – March
- Artist Practitioner 1
- Research and Practice in the Creative and Cultural Industries
Part Two: April – September
- Artist Practitioner 2
- Professional Practice in the Arts
Part Three: October – March
- Artist Practitioner 3 Major Project
You will study over a number of designated weekend sessions, held at approximately monthly intervals at our Cardiff campus, allowing you to study alongside other personal and work commitments you may have.
Weekends will include lectures, guest speakers, workshops, tutorials, field trips and visits*; your study will be further supported via on-line tutorials. This blended approach to teaching will enable you to develop as an independent, enterprising artist.
The MA Arts Practice Arts, Health and Wellbeing course makes use of a blended learning approach to delivery, which combines face to face teaching with on -line support for study.
Teaching, which consists of lectures, guest speakers, workshops, tutorials, field trips and visits*, takes place during a series of weekends held at approximately monthly intervals.
Students are further supported in their learning via on-line tutorials. You will be expected to develop your area of practice independently.
Modules are largely assessed via practical outcomes, project proposals and research folios. Some modules make use of presentations and discussion of working methods and final outcomes. We will give you regular verbal feedback to help you develop your understanding during each module.
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