MA Graphic Communication Design at Central Saint Martins
The MA Graphic Communication Design course at Central Saint Martins encourages students and practitioners to co-define and re-define of the evolving discipline of graphic design.
School: Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London (UAL)
Course: MA Graphic Communication Design
Location: London, United Kingdom
Course dates: starts September 2023, with a duration of two years (full-time)
Application deadline: 5 Apr 2023
MA Graphic Communication Design explores how the production of knowledge is intertwined with its form, context and circulation.
The course takes an expanded approach to the idea of research, combining studio and writing practice to engage critically with graphic design as both a creative practice and a subject of study.
Through iterative and open-ended experimentation with visual media and tools of communication, students develop work that investigates existing knowledge, activates positions, and projects new forms of knowledge – within and beyond the discipline.
Engaging with studio and writing practice as a form of rigorous enquiry, students and staff together explore how graphic design is a situated and relational discipline that both reflects and reconfigures its cultural, social, and environmental conditions.
From this position, our community of practitioners critically interrogates the academic and professional contexts for practice as well as the very nature of the discipline itself, continually co-defining and re-defining the expanding field of graphic design.
MA Graphic Communication Design is part of the Graphic Communication Design programme.
In addition to sharing an academic team and studio spaces, the programme offers a range of extracurricular events, lectures, live briefs, and other activities.
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Top image: MA Graphic Communication Design student project by Lila Meyer.
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