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Photography Open Day Presentation 2013

  1. 1. Welcome to the University of Brighton’s Faculty of Arts Open day 2013 www.brighton.ac.uk/arts
  2. 2. Did you know? The University of Brighton •  You will graduate from a leading professional university •  You will be part of an institution that is innovative and relevant •  You will benefit from our career-focused approach •  You will study with facilities tailored to your needs •  You will be given excellent teaching and support •  You will live and study in an outstanding location We are the twelfth most applied for UK university, with 40,000 applicants for 4,000 places.
  3. 3. BA (Hons) Photography
  4. 4. The BA Photography Course aims to: •  encourage creative and intellectual development •  engage in contemporary debates about photography •  develop independence •  develop professional confidence and transferable skills
  5. 5. First Year (Level Four) Semester One – Study Modules Practice •  Photography and Identity •  Photography and Place Historical and Critical Studies •  Origins and Histories of Photography
  6. 6. First Year (Level Four) Semester Two – Study Modules Practice •  The Photograph as Fiction •  The Photograph as Document Historical and Critical Studies •  Documents and Fictions
  7. 7. Second Year (Level Five) Semester One – Study Modules Practice - project choice examples •  ‘Returning the Gaze’ / ‘Experimental Archaeology’ •  ‘Low Tide’ / ‘Orpheus’’ Historical and Critical Studies •  Concepts and Theories in Contemporary Photography
  8. 8. Second Year (Level Five) Semester Two – Study Modules Practice - project choice examples •  ‘Unlikely Places’ / ‘Journeys’ / ‘Looking at the Overlooked’ •  Independent Project •  Faculty Option Historical and Critical Studies •  Research Themes, Methodologies & Dissertation Proposal
  9. 9. Third Year (Level Six) Semester One – Study Modules Practice •  Minor Project Historical and Critical Studies •  Dissertation Professional Practice
  10. 10. Third Year (Level Six) Semester Two – Study Modules Practice •  Major Project Professional Practice
  11. 11. Recent Student Work
  12. 12. Olivia Poppy Coles
  13. 13. Harry Mitchell
  14. 14. Victoria Jenkins
  15. 15. Victoria Jenkins
  16. 16. Victoria Jenkins
  17. 17. William Richards
  18. 18. William Richards
  19. 19. Martin Seeds
  20. 20. Martin Seeds
  21. 21. Nicolas Mason
  22. 22. Degree Shows 2005 - 2013
  23. 23. Alumni
  24. 24. Clare Strand
  25. 25. Clare Strand
  26. 26. Clare Strand
  27. 27. Clare Strand
  28. 28. Danny Treacy
  29. 29. Danny Treacy
  30. 30. Danny Treacy
  31. 31. Tess Hurrell
  32. 32. Tess Hurrell
  33. 33. Tess Hurrell
  34. 34. Murray Ballard
  35. 35. Murray Ballard
  36. 36. Lisa Barnard
  37. 37. Alison Bettles
  38. 38. Alison Bettles
  39. 39. Alison Bettles
  40. 40. Laura Pannack
  41. 41. Graduates of our course have become; •  photographers •  artists working with photography •  teachers of photography •  photography publishers and editors •  picture librarians and researchers •  photographers assistants •  curators of art and photography in galleries and museums •  art and photography gallery administrators and managers •  photography agents •  photography studio managers •  postgraduate researchers in art, photography and related subjects •  art and photography buyers and consultants
  42. 42. Visiting Lecturers have included; John Stezaker, Eva Stenram, Bettina Von Zwehl, Indre Serpytyte, Clare Strand, Murray Ballard, Daniel Campbell Blight, Liam Devlin, Peter Ainsworth, Peter Bennett, Jonathan Baggaley, Neeta Madahar, Susan Trangmar, Simon Norfolk, Karen Knorr, Mitra Tabrizian, Helen Sear, Gareth McConnell, Brian Griffin, Hannah Collins, Steffi Klenz, David Spero, Thomas Joshua Cooper, Nadav Kander, Ori Gersht, Carl de Keyser, Grace Robertson
  43. 43. Photography Culture in Brighton
  44. 44. Research, Professional and Social Engagement
  45. 45. Teaching Staff
  46. 46. Jim Cooke
  47. 47. Denis Doran
  48. 48. Judith Katz
  49. 49. Fergus Heron
  50. 50. Aaron Schuman
  51. 51. Xavier Ribas
  52. 52. Julia Winckler
  53. 53. Simon Sandys
  54. 54. Mark Power
  55. 55. Dr. Sally Miller
  56. 56. Joanna Lowry
  57. 57. David Green
  58. 58. Admissions – How to Apply
  59. 59. Step One: Qualifications Successful applicants would normally have achieved a qualification in preparation for study at degree level: •  Art and Design Foundation Diploma or equivalent •  Three A levels at grades B,B,C (or A,B,B without Art and Design Foundation Diploma) •  At least five GCSEs (or equivalent) including English Language and Mathematics at grade C or above
  60. 60. Step Two: Portfolio •  personal website (Tumblr) •  up to 20 images organised into coherent projects •  exploring creative ideas •  demonstrating artistic interests and influences •  Include short critical essay
  61. 61. Step Three: Interview If invited for interview, please be prepared to demonstrate: •  knowledge of the course and its context •  awareness of current art and photographic practices •  ability to discuss your work and its development •  willingness to engage with photography through written work •  enthusiasm for working in groups and independently
  62. 62. Step Three: Interview (continued) •  involves discussion of printed work •  bring portfolio box or book •  project work coherently organised •  exploring and visualising ideas •  between 10 and 20 images
  63. 63. University of Brighton BA (Hons) Photography 2013
  64. 64. We hope you enjoy your day here. To find out more visit www.brighton.ac.uk/arts Contact us at: enquiries@brighton.ac.uk Follow us: @artsbrighton /artsbrighton To go direct to our website via your mobile phone scan the code above

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