Throughout the course, you’ll work with a range of digital and interactive media tools and platforms in our purpose-built production facilities at the Newton Park Campus in Bath and at Artswork Media in Bristol. You’ll nurture and extend your creative thinking and digital making skills, learning techniques such as image manipulation, sound and video recording, non-linear audiovisual editing, and interaction design.
You’ll bring together your skills, working on a variety of projects involving the production of video and sound, web-based media, mobile apps, experimental and site-specific interventions, or physical computing.
Typical offer range for UK / EU applicants
280–320 UCAS Tariff points. Offers may be subject to interview and portfolio.
This Creative Media Practice course is for individuals who are passionate about making media, who want to become media professionals. Fulfil your creative potential; you’ll have opportunities to develop your production skills across different digital and interactive media. We’ll help you understand the contemporary media business landscape and develop your identity as a media professional.
Develop your skills. You’ll be introduced to ways of nurturing your creative thinking and problem-solving skills individually and in teams. You’ll develop your skills in audiovisual editing, interaction design and image manipulation. In your core module, we introduce you to ways of thinking about media texts and forms, audiences, and the industries and institutions in the media and creative sector. Brief-led projects bring together and showcase your skills and knowledge.
Begin to specialise. Your core module introduces the practices and processes of commissioning work in the media industries. You’ll learn about employment opportunities and start to think about yourself as a budding media professional. Optional modules give you opportunities to explore specialisms including digital and interactive media production, experimental media and activism, short-form filmmaking, visual design, and media writing. All students work together to plan, budget and stage a media event.
Join Artswork Media. Supported by tutors and media practitioners, you’ll work on a variety of independent projects and develop your professional identity and portfolio. An important part of Artswork Media is working with clients on live projects. In 2015-16, clients included: Bristol Old Vic; Bath Film Festival; Dickies; Bridport ´From Page to Screen´ Film Festival; Somerset Football Association; and Glastonbury Music Festival.
Creative Media Practice graduates have a range of professions including Production Assistant, Freelance Camera Operator, Director of Photography. Graduates have been employed by companies including Aardman, The Farm Group and ESPN.
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