NUA Masters Class
March – May 2022 | Online event
Our 2022 Masters Class series has now finished. The online sessions showcased postgraduate-level study and spanned a range of disciplines – from fine art, film-making, through to fashion and textile design.
Recordings of our previous Masters Class workshops are available for you to download.Get Masters Class Recordings (opens in a new window)
Thursday 24 March | 5pm (BST)
How to position your practice conceptually and contextually. This workshop with MA Fine Art Subject Leader Desmond Brett will challenge participants to rethink the diagram as a way of articulating your work, your methodologies and the contextual field you are operating. It is also intended as a challenge to think more laterally around your particular line of creative enquiry.
Adapting to Survive
Thursday 31 March | 5pm (BST)
Join Akin Akinsiku, BAFTA award-winning Director and Creative Executive, for this talk about being a polymath and multi-specialist. Akin will discuss how essential the ability to adapt has been throughout his twenty years of broadcasting experience. This inspiring talk will provide an opportunity for participants to consider how postgraduate study can take their own creative practice in a new direction.
The Manifesto – Making with Intention
Thursday 7 April | 5pm (BST)
The artist’s manifesto as a declaration of intent, and a roadmap through the unknown. What is a manifesto, and how can you bring yours to life? Find out with MA Fashion graduate Emily Cannell and MA Textile Design graduate Ian Brownlie.
Thursday 28 April | 5pm (BST)
Anna Dumitriu will discuss the concepts and processes behind her artworks which explore infectious diseases, synthetic biology and robotics. Equally at home in both the laboratory and the art studio, Dumitriu is frequently inspired by the history behind research, situating contemporary issues within cultural contexts, weaving narratives and drawing threads across time.
Thursday 5 May | 5pm (BST)
Join MA Fine Art graduate, Doron Beuns, to hear about his own creative journey and practice, as well as an insight into the different directions your Masters can take you, to evolve your creativity. Doron currently works from his studio in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. His creative practice encompasses sculpture, photography, (video) performance, collage, essays and various design disciplines under the guise of Plant Based Gallery.
Research Methods all Creatives Need
Thursday 12 May | 5pm (BST)
Effective research should underpin and inform your creative practice, and is integral to postgraduate study at Norwich University of the Arts. Join Louize Harries to discuss how using the very latest methods can lead to innovation and give your design projects an edge. Louize is an inter-disciplinary designer with a background in Fashion and Textiles. Louize works with material research and innovation for a leading Architectural firm, alongside lecturing at Norwich University of the Arts and exploring local materials and sustainable systems within her own creative practice.Get Masters Class Recordings (opens in a new window)