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BA Criticism, Communication and Curation

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  • Objectives
    The creative industries are one of the powerhouses of the new economy. In London alone they are one of the biggest employment sectors and the second biggest source of job growth. This pioneering new degree course offers a unique opportunity to study and become involved with this exciting creative world. This pioneering new degree course offers a unique opportunity to study and become involved in the exciting world of the creative and cultural industries. In London alone, these powerhouses in the new economy are among the biggest employment sectors and sources of job growth. You will study alongside future artists and designers and be able to take advantage of Central Saint Martins' unparalleled links with the creative and cultural industries. Through lectures and seminars, group projects and independent research, you will be introduced to the last 200 years of visual and material culture.
  • Entry requirements
    For entry on the course you will be expected to have achieved either: * an educational level equivalent to passes in 3 subjects at GCE A-level, 2 of which are in essay-based humanities based subjects, supported by passes in 3 other subjects at GCSE Grade C or above * or successful completion of a Foundation course in Art and Design supplemented by the equivalent of 5 GCSE passes at Grade C or above, including 3 passes in academic subjects, and 2 passes at GCE A-level, one of which is an essay-based humanities subject. We also have 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 equivalent to the required formal qualifications.
  • Academic Title
    BA Criticism, Communication and Curation
  • Course description
    BA Criticism, Communication and Curation

    Programme

    The approach will not be chronological, instead we will explore this material through themes and special projects:

        * London and its history, buildings, streets, people; its collections, museums and galleries; its politics, from imperialism to multiculturalism and globalisation; its creation and presentation of the arts (from theatres to clubs and creative consultancies)
        * the impact of technology on the arts from the invention of photography, and the moving image to the internet and beyond
        * the relationship between the arts and government from censorship in time of war to issues of heritage and preservation
        * the impact of celebrity culture on the arts
        * theories of art and design including the analysis of object, image and text

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