Our Creative Arts Practice MA has been suspended for 2021 entry. This means that we won’t be able to accept applications for 2021 entry.
Depending on your background, you can apply for other courses for 2021 entry related to your subject of interest, such as:
Join a community of professional artists, designers, musicians and performers. We work together to develop and diversify our work.
This creative arts degree is based in Culture Lab, our home for creative digital practice. We're a research community at the forefront of thinking about how creative practice can generate new kinds of knowledge.
You'll be situated in the heart of Newcastle's city-centre campus, close to the city's vibrant art scene. This makes it a great place to study digital creative arts.
The course is designed for graduates from any form of creative practice. Your chosen creative practice could be:
- live electronic performance
- digital art practice
- film making
- creative writing
- experimental music
- creative enterprise
The Newcastle University Institute for Creative Arts Practice brings together the creativity from within our world-class research-intensive University. We'll encourage you to collaborate and create work that has a global significance. We offer a supportive environment where collaborative and interdisciplinary creative projects can thrive.
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Given the changing nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, the commitments outlined are subject to guidelines that may be in place from time to time.
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