Master the art of 3D Animation
This postgraduate qualification is designed for students that want to take their computer animation skills to the highest level.
The first 18 weeks will be studio-based...Read more
The Communication Design Illustration MA course is structured to challenge you and your preconceptions about both illustration and design. The course places an emphasis on the patterns of research you...Read more
The course will prepare you for working with innovative new materials and applications. Our Ma Printmaking is a highly practical course that enables you to explore your interests and enhance your skills...Read more
On MA Graphic Branding and Identity, you’ll explore the strategic thinking underlying brands and look at how that strategy can drive creative expression.
MA Graphic Branding and Identity is a course...Read more
Children's Book Illustration and Graphic Novels MA
This practice and research-based course will enable you to explore and develop your interest and skill in all forms of narrative and sequential illustration. You will produce a childrens book, graphic...Read more
The course focuses on the creation of original work, individual agency and the continued development of a personally defined visual language. The aim is to encourage visual thinking, research skills and...Read more
The course explores both the theory and practice of contemporary image making. A self-authored, practice-led investigation will drive your programme of study over the four terms of the course. ...Read more
MA Animation explores both the theory and practice of animation across a broad range of experimental visual media.
Animation at LCC is taught as a broad and experimental visual practice in the context...Read more
The course sees drawing as a tool that has a wide range of applications from architecture and design through to dance and archaeology. It is a discipline that is responsive to physical, spatial and digital environments. ...Read more
MA Fine Art Printmaking roots itself within a historical debate around technology, media and materials. It looks at physical, mechanical and digital methods of production.
What you can expect
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The course is for students who have a BA but perhaps not necessarily in this subject area and wish to progress to MA level. It is designed to help support the development of your illustration knowledge and skills. ...Read more
Why study MA Children’s Literature: Children’s Illustration?
• Refine your practical illustration skills and ideas by working on projects that focus on materials and their combination, colour, tone,...Read more
The need for visualisation, visual narratives and the articulation of concepts is growing across the creative industries. At the same time, the role of the illustrator is in constant flux and open to...Read more
A critical environment in which to discuss contemporary issues for making sculpture. The study of sculpture is ever-expanding and includes object-making, public art and social practices, site and space,...Read more
In this expanded field, the histories of media, craft, mechanical and digital (re)production are all open to question. Embracing very different ways of thinking and making, we engage with the digital...Read more
The Painting MA programme approaches the practice of painting as a self-reflexive, critical activity that draws on a wealth of varied historical, material and conceptual accomplishments related to the...Read more
Our Animation programme is world-renowned for artistic practice and innovative risk-taking. We encourage our students to deal creatively and sensitively with contemporary issues across a range of technologies...Read more