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  • Objectives
    In this new Foundation degree we will draw on our existing expertise in Community Theatre, Drama, Music and the Visual Arts to give students an opportunity to engage with a range of art media and to explore the application of these in different community settings with groups who traditionally have not had theopportunity to do so.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements You will usually need: Evidence of an arts qualification, normally at Level 3 - please call us for information * Evidence of an arts qualification, normally at Level 3 - please call us for information * Awareness of the professional/employment opportunities in the community arts * Satisfactory enhanced Criminal Records Bureau check
  • Academic Title
    FdA Community Arts
  • Course description
    FdA Community Arts

    Modules include

    Year 1

    In the first year, you will gain practical skills and knowledge and develop your understanding of related theories. Your studies will extend beyond the studio or workshop into the wider community where they will be encouraged to identify opportunities for creative engagement. Work-based and work-related activities will be an important aspect of the curriculum from the start.

    Year 2

    In the second year, you will apply your developing skills, knowledge and ideas in community settings. You will be encouraged to be increasingly independent but to maintain, where appropriate, a collaborative approach.

    Modules include:

        * What is Community?
        * Collaborating in Community Arts
        * Community Workshop
        * Skills Module
        * Work Based Learning
        * An Introduction to Professional Practice
        * The Entrepreneurial Community Artist
        * Contemporary Community Contexts
        * Personal Development
        * Business Studies
        * Professional Portfolio (Community)
        * Community Project

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