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MA Degree Show

MA Degree Show

Open to the public with free admission, our annual MA Degree Show is a spectacular showcase of final work by students from postgraduate arts, design and media courses at NUA.

NUA MA Degree Show 2018 – 31 August to 5 September

Opening times

Friday 31 August 10 – 7pm Last entry 6.30pm
Saturday 1 September 10 – 6pm Last entry 5.30pm
Sunday 2 September 11 – 4pm Last entry 3.30pm
Monday 3 September 10 – 7pm Last entry 6.30pm
Tuesday 4 September 10 – 7pm Last entry 6.30pm
Wednesday 5 September 10 – 5pm Last entry 4.30pm

The 2018 MA Degree Show will take place from 31 August to 5 September 2018. Postgraduate students in arts, design and media courses will display their final works to the public featuring work from the following courses:

Find out more about the MA Degree Show

Students

Jeanette Bolton Martin at Norwich University of the Arts in the street

Jeanette Bolton Martin

"As an MA student, there’s a focus on students being able to follow their own path to develop their practice."

MA Photography

MA Fine Art graduate Joseph Doubtfire at Norwich University of the Arts

Joseph Doubtfire

"The really interesting thing about the MA is that it’s practice-led. Practice is absolutely your main focus and this exciting process is about shaping and reshaping what you do."

MA Fine Art

Lydia Bartlett MA Student in the Textile Design studio at Norwich University of the Arts

Lydia Bartlett

"The course balances material innovation and academic research, along with a contextual understanding of where your work fits into the field. There is an emphasis on pushing boundaries and challenging existing perspectives."

MA Textile Design

Emily Jane Morgan, Photography student at Norwich University of the Arts

Emily Jane Morgan

"The MA structure and the tight-knit community here has encouraged me to consider the ways in which my practice can be innovative in the broader context of the industry."

MA Photography

Joe Neeves, MA Games student at Norwich University of the Arts portrait picture

Joe Neeves

"The focus on both independent and collaborative work means that you get the opportunity to hone your personal craft, but also develop your understanding of team pipelines and established industry practices."

MA Games

Bradley Morgan Johnson of MA Moving Image and Sound

Bradley Morgan Johnson

"I truly found my niche at the very end of my BA course and realised I needed more time to fully develop my professional practice. The course was a great opportunity to fine tune my skillset for production art."

MA Moving Image and Sound

Naomi Wambugu MA Fashion student at sewing machine in Fashion Workshop

Naomi Wambugu

"As a designer, I now find myself thinking more creatively and, through the course, I am finding new artistic freedom in research and experimentation."

MA Fashion

Kate Cooper, MA Fashion student at NUA in black and white top.

Kate Cooper

"The MA is really about your professional development and not just whilst you are on the course but also where you are heading."

MA Fashion

Kazz Morohashi

"What I most loved about my experience, is that the MA teaching and support staff is incredibly hands on, generous and engaged with each of the students."

MA Communication Design

MA Degree Show 2017

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