Welcome to the Department of Digital Arts, where the captivating world of digital creativity awaits you. Our department offers a diverse array of meticulously designed courses that will furnish you with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in this dynamic field.
Our curriculum, featuring courses such as BA (Hons) Digital Arts - Graphic Design, Digital Arts - Photography, and Digital Arts, has been thoughtfully developed to provide a comprehensive understanding of digital arts. These courses cater to individuals who are passionate about visual communication and digital photography, as well as those intrigued by the broader aspects of digital media.
Our dedicated faculty members, experts in their respective fields, are committed to guiding you at every step of your creative journey. Leveraging their wealth of industry experience and knowledge, they strive to inspire you to reach new heights and unlock your full potential in this exciting and ever-evolving discipline. Welcome to a world of technological artistry – your creative exploration starts here.
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In the digital environment traditional design skills alone are no longer enough and this course will teach you how to make take traditional skills and practices and integrate them into the digital world. We will provide you with the skills and support to launch your career as a creative practitioner in one of the many occupations available in the creative and digital industries.
The course is aimed at students who want to build an integrated approach to their practice. This photography degree has an industry focus, exploring the contemporary aspects of digital photographic technique, and providing a route into the digital and creative industries.
This core Digital Arts degree is an industry-driven three-year course providing routes into the digital and creative industries. This course is aimed at students with creative talents seeking to develop professional-standard skills to work in the creative and digital sectors.
The students tasked themselves, along with other creatives, to explore the relationship between visual art and music, with the main aim of the brief being ‘to discover what your favourite song means to you’, and to use their skills to visually portray this.