BA (Hons) Interactive Arts is a dynamic, interdisciplinary course with students engaged in working across a wide range of creative practices.
The course is outward looking and encourages interactions between students, ideas, the University, the city and beyond. Students are encouraged and supported in exploring their ideas through learning by doing, whilst challenging conventional approaches and viewpoints. Through experimentation and research, students learn a range of practical skills, which are supported by the diverse workshop facilities. They will work on individual, collaborative and work relevant projects, and develop networks with those in their chosen field.
BA (Hons) Interactive Arts is no longer recruiting.
Visit our online Degree Show galleries to view work by final year Interactive Arts students.
Professor Keith Brown's 'GeoThicket' work goes on display at the Lightwaves Festival
Exhibition takes place until Wednesday, June 19
Jon Biddulph and Dave Griffiths from Manchester School of Art show their work
Part of our Degree Show series
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Interactive Arts graduates work and exhibit internationally, with many progressing to postgraduate study. They form strong networks, staying connected as artists, designers, makers, curators and educators. Recent graduates have worked in fields that value creativity and resourcefulness as diverse as, media, community arts, the music industry and science communication.
Some web sites of Interactive Arts Graduates. Please note that MMU is not responsible for the content on these sites.