This course offers the opportunity for students to critically engage with artistic, political and philosophical ideas developed by individual thinkers and schools of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Students benefit from joining Brighton's thriving, creative community with access to world-class resources, including the university's Design Archives, an excellent art and design library, Screen Archives South East, the Dress and Textiles Teaching Collection, and research seminars from local and visiting academics. The course is primarily an academic experience but also prepares students for careers in arts and heritage administration, curatorship, critical writing, publishing, catalogue preparation and broadcasting.
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The University of Brighton has been part of the city of Brighton & Hove since 1859, starting as a school of art in the kitchens of the Royal Pavilion and growing to become the diverse and inclusive institution it is...
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