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MA Graphic Design

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The MA Graphic Design course encourages its students to challenge the established conventions of the creative disciplines to enhance their own ideas and concepts, exploring the relationship between traditional forms of communication and the emerging, evolving digital practices employed by contemporary practitioners in the field.

This year, students have taken the opportunity to explore a wide variety of practices, methods, and media through research-led practice, culminating in their Independent Studio Practice module. Outcomes include Virtual Reality experiences, interactive and video installations, books, type design, letterpress, maps, online media, and artificial intelligence driven printmaking.