Ceramics is a medium in which the practitioner occupies very different positions and frequently has opposing priorities and values drawn from previous personal experiences, technical competence and tacit knowledge.
The MA Ceramics programme is for individuals seeking to extend and develop their practice as well as deepen their knowledge and understandings of the subject, as future practitioners, researchers or academics.
The MA programme allows each student to:
• develop their authorship of advanced studio work
• be analytically rigorous
• develop a greater capacity for reflection
‘This is a programme that encourages the highest level of self-criticism and independence’ David Whiting, External Examiner
Students are encouraged to challenge norms and question conventions through fusing materiality and concept. This approach is underpinned by a critical and historical approach discourse – a critical language for the both and fine and applied art and design.
At the conclusion of the programme, a very high percentage of MA graduates establish or continue their professional practice, enabled by the links they have made with galleries or organisations associated with the visual arts. Some elect to continue with ceramics at CSAD by undertaking a PhD.
Further information: CSADPostgradStudies@cardiffmet.ac.uk
Availability of facilities through 2013/14
As we near completion of our new and exciting home at Llandaff we would like to take this opportunity to inform you of disruption over the coming year.
Over Christmas 2013/14 Textiles will start the move into the new building on December the 16th. As a consequence no textile facilities will be accessible over the Christmas Holiday period. All work will be complete by the start of the new term.
As to our main move from Howard Gardens to Llandaff, postgraduate students will have full access to all workshops for the month of June. After that date it will be necessary to close all our workshops for packing as they will be moved and re-commissioned in our new home in time for the start of the academic year 2014/15. Please note, where possible CSAD will try to find alternative facilities during our move but no guarantee can be made on this.
It is intended for the final show of 2013/14 to be held in the new campus building at Llandaff.
/ More about CSAD
The School is based on two campuses, Llandaff and Howard Gardens. In Autumn 2014 our new School building on the Llandaff campus will be completed, and all School of Art & Design programmes will be based in the new building from this date. For more information on the new building, visit this page.
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Undergraduate Open Days
Wednesday 11th June 2014
Visit the Open Day web page for more information.
Undergraduate Interview Days
There are no further Undergraduate Interview Days planned for 2014 entry, however, courses continue to conduct interviews throughout the year.
Visit the undergraduate Interview Day web page for more information.
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Full details of current tuition fees at Undergraduate and Postgraduate level can be found on the Cardiff Metropolitan University tuition fees web pages.