This programme considers the relationships between various creative disciplines to provide a framework of advanced study where you can develop practical and academic interest in the visual arts and architectural and environmental practice.
The programme attracts a multidisciplinary group, primarily of artists, architects and designers, who wish to develop interdisciplinary skills in response to complex environmental issues.
A major objective of the programme is to expand your personal development by introducing new modes of practice through direct engagement with site-specific projects and installations. Its principal focus is site-informed spatial exploration and project development, where you will be provided with a project base from which to address varying scales of contemporary issues, from embodied and sensory values, site and place making and cultural landscapes, to carbon innovation and environmental change.
A UK 2:1 honours degree or its international equivalent. You must submit a portfolio of recent work as part of your application.
If you do not meet the academic entry requirements, your application may still be considered on the basis of your portfolio and/or relevant professional experience.
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Edinburgh College of Art