BA (Hons) Fashion Media Practice and Criticism is a radical trans-disciplinary course that will prepare socially, culturally, politically and environmentally engaged students with critical communication skills to take up positions that drive change within fashion and related industries.
This practice-led, research driven course enables you to interrogate and employ fashion communication as a means to identify, confront and intervene in the pressing challenges of our times. Working across a variety of media and formats including print, digital and experimental spaces, you will explore fashion communication practices in order to create compelling critical narratives. As a result, you will develop an individual voice that can be applied in both organisational and speculative contexts.
On the course you will use practice and theory to push the boundaries of what fashion communication can be and can do. By working within existing frameworks and inventing new ones, you will explore curation, moving-image, image-making, strategic and speculative design, activism and collaborative practice as a means of addressing and affecting change within fashion and contemporary society at large.
|Duration & Attendance||Qualification||Tuition fees||Fee type|
|Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)||£9,250||Home Fees|