MA Inclusive Arts Practice

University of Brighton

 

This course is designed for artists who want to work with diverse groups and for people with an arts background working in the health, education or community sector. The part-time structure is designed to support and enhance students practice in their current place/s of work and/or towards the development of new work and opportunities. More about the course

 

Areas of study

The course curriculum focuses on practical application of theory and research from the key areas of studying the course curriculum including modules in ethics, health, project management, learning disability, disability and the built environment.

The MA Inclusive Arts Practice enables students to carry out practice-based arts research. The course offers the following benefits:

  • The opportunity to work on real life arts projects such as Access to Art, Rocket Artists group and Inside Out.

  • Support for working collaboratively with diverse groups will be provided by specialist arts practitioners and other professionals.

  • Students will explore key issues and debates around disability and the arts. 

  • Professional skills will be developed to independently initiate, seek funding for, and deliver collaborative and inclusive arts projects. 

 

The course will be delivered over one full day teaching/practical sessions with additional commitment to independent study and delivery of projects.

 

Length of course: 2 years part-time.

 

For more course details and how to apply, please contact course leader Alice Fox Tel 01273 643059
Email a.v.fox@brighton.ac.uk

 

Start date of September 2008 is subject to validation