The Public is pleased to host the University of
Wolverhampton's School of Art and Design MA Show.
Exhibits from the Fine Art, Design and Applied Arts and
Digital and Visual Communication courses will feature exciting new
work in painting, sculpture, photography, design, fashion and much
MA Fine Art
The course is an intensive studio programme, supported by
technical workshops, theoretical lectures and seminar critique. It
is taught by practising artists with strong research profiles and
highly specific subject knowledge across the broad range of
contemporary Fine Art Practice, to include painting, sculpture,
printmaking, expanded practice, installation, sonic and social art
forms. As the presented works show, the programme develops an
in-depth knowledge of the history, concepts and ideas aligned to
MA Art and Design
The course provides a creative platform for students to question
and develop their practice in preparation for their creative
futures. Our graduates are presenting exhibitions in Animation,
Visual Communication, Ceramics, Glass, Interior Design, Fashion and
Textiles. The work is the culmination of many months of
concentrated study, independent research and technical enquiry,
resulting in creative statements that inform current and future art
and design practice. It represents outstanding work in contemporary
art and design.
MA Design for Advertising
The course gives students the opportunity to develop their
creative design abilities but also equips them with marketing and
branding skills and knowledge essential for a career in the
competitive market place that is International Advertising. The
final submission for the graduates of Marketing, Branding, Design
and Advertising forms two parts: a dissertation that demonstrates
their academic competence and knowledge of the subject and a
practical project that illustrates their design credentials.
The projects of the PhD students at the School of Art and Design
are highly creative, innovative and diverse, some theory-based,
some practice-led, but all challenging in their unique approaches
to the contribution of new knowledge across art, craft and design.
This exhibition has an array of work from a number of the
practice-led research students who have outcomes ready to show.