MA Multi- Disciplinary Printmaking

Posted by on Sep 22, 2011 in MA, News

I have just started a 3 year part time MA in Multi Disciplinary Printmaking at The University of the West of England, Bristol, in order to further develop my work, do research and learn new print technologies.

The course description is:

Staff at the Centre for Fine Print Research lead the MA Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking; a postgraduate course from the Department of Art and Design, Faculty of Art, Creative Industries and Education (ACE). The MA is run by Senior Research Fellow Sarah Bodman, with Lecturer Ian Chamberlain and Research Fellow Tom Sowden. We also have regular contributions from CFPR staff including Paul Laidler, and visiting lecturers and alumni.

A mutually beneficial relationship exists between research staff at the CFPR and MA Printmaking students, with current student internships including 3D printing, artists’ books, laser cutting and digital print.
Known for its innovative approach to the production of artworks, artists books, artefacts and texts, MA Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking encourages creative practitioners to develop and explore their ideas through the production of works in multiple formats. The course concentrates on ‘making’ and the comprehension of a wide range of processes through a combination of contextual knowledge and understanding. It gives you a unique opportunity to develop a range of creative, conceptual, technical and professional skills.