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BA Ceramic Design

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  • Objectives
    The course includes interior, architectural and environmental ceramics; design for the vessel; lighting; tableware; hollow ware and giftware. Your knowledge and confidence as a ceramic designer will grow by studying the concepts and professional contexts of ceramic design.
  • Entry requirements
    For entry on to the course you will be expected to have successfully completed Foundation Studies in Art & Design and possess two A-levels and three GCSEs at grade C or above. We also welcome applicants with qualifications equivalent to these. As part of your application you will be asked to submit a portfolio of your art and design work. The University of the Arts London, of which Central Saint Martins is a part, has a commitment to improving access to education for those without formal qualifications. Therefore we also consider applicants who are able to show evidence of experiential learning, which is equivalent to the required formal qualifications.
  • Academic Title
    BA Ceramic Design
  • Course description
    BA Ceramic Design

    Programme

    Stage 1

    Design by Practice focuses on the making experience and the intrinsic qualities of objects and materials. You will develop a sensitivity to the processes, techniques and craft of ceramic design.

    Stage 2

    The projects are learnt within a professional context:
    Design by Project explores the notion of designing within distinct parameters; the process is often linear with specific points of delivery and outcomes.
    Design by Concept is a more flexible approach, highly reflective and research based and focuses on building a framework for design thinking.
    At the end of Stage 2 you will draw on these methodologies in your self initiated projects.

    Stage 3

    As at the end of Stage 2, you will continue to draw on the methodologies learnt in Stages 1 and 2 in your self initiated projects. Your final projects will confirm your chosen route to career development and your personal contribution to the future of ceramic design.

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