Visual Arts Courses
Contemporary Photographic Practice BA (Hons)
Study:Full Time, Duration:3 years , UCAS Code: W640 BA/CPP
This degree programme has been designed to provide students with an understanding of the techniques, theories and contemporary usage of photography, within a wide social and cultural context. Student are encouraged to carry out practical work with consideration for the devates and cultural history that surround photography and its relationship to history, art media and society. Previous students have been supported in a wide range of projects ranging from new approaches to documentary production through to digital, video and installation work.
Dance:Choregraphy BA (Hons)
Study:Full Time, Duration:3 years , UCAS Code: WWM5 BA/DCh
This programme is run by Northumbria University in collaboration with Dance City. The main aim of the programme is prepare reflective, creative and professionally skilled contemporary dance artists who have developed a critical understanding of dance and of themselves as artists in society and culture. The Internationally unique relationship with Dance City ensures that the curriculum and course content is in constant dialogue with professional performance practices and thus enables students to engage with current contemporary dance.
Film and Television Studies BA (Hons)
Study:Full Time, Duration:3 years , UCAS Code: P391 BA/FTVS
This programme will provide students with a wide-ranging knowledge of film and television and a sophisticated awareness of critical debates and issues associated with these media. The programme explores the historical development of cinema and television and the social context within this takes paces as well as analysing in detail particular films and television programmes. In addition to acquiring an understanding of the cultural, institutional and historical signicicance of film and television
Film Studies MA
Study:Full Time/Part-Time, Duration:1/2 years , UCAS Code:
The MA in Film Studies provides students with an opportunity to study cinema as a cultural medium with a rich and varied history. The programme explores aspects of this history as well as the critical and theoretical issues it raises. The MA in Film Studies provides students with an opportunity to study cinema as a cultural medium with a rich and varied history. The programme explores aspects of this history as well as the critical and theoretical issues it raises. In doing this, the programme draws upon a wide range of films from different countries and historical periods.