MA DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY AND PHOTOJOURNALISM
The course explores documentary practice and photojournalism as exciting and developing mediums, through a combination of practice-based teaching, discussion of critical contexts and engagements with live projects.
Our applicants include students of documentary photography/photojournalism or other photographers, artists who wish to focus their activities on a more social practice, and suitably experienced individuals from other disciplines, who wish to explore the subject area at Post Graduate level
The MA Documentary Photography and Photojournalism allows students to explore ideas of society through related practice and within informed ways that maintain connections with the issue, yet also consider fresh visual approaches to the subject matter. We explore the idea that documentary practice and photojournalism may take many forms in the 21st Century.
From your arrival, we emphasise the development of your own practice through experimentation and analysis of contemporary contexts
You will be taught by practising professional photographers, artists, curators and writers, within a supportive course atmosphere. Technically, the course resources are equipped to the highest professional standards for both analogue and digital production of still and moving image.
All modules involve classroom teaching, tutorials, seminars, workshops, group work and your own fieldwork and are designed to facilitate advanced ways of working, a wide range of technical skills and self development as a visual practitioners.
The course leads towards the Final Major Project, which is a consolidation of student learning and a high profile event in a central London exhibition space.
The course can be taken in full-time or part-time mode.
THURSDAY 21 JUNE, 6PM – 10PM
FRIDAY 22 – SUNDAY 24 JUNE, 10AM – 7PM
Monday 25 June, 10am – 4pm
T1, OLD TRUMAN BREWERY, 81 BRICK LANE, LONDON E1 6QL
MA Photojournalism alumnus Jason Larkin is now showing at Flowers Gallery
Jason Larkin Past Perfect
Centred around questions of authenticity and the representation of collective histories, Past Perfect (2008 – 2016), is a new series of photographs by British photographer Jason Larkin, highlighting the visual presentation of war and conflict within public museums around the world.