Programme Aims and Objectives
The Master of Arts in Creative Media (MACM) aims at shaping the future researchers, intellectuals and cultural engineers of the creative economy. This selective programme offers a humanities-oriented curriculum complementing the School’s mission to develop a range of aesthetic, theoretical and techno-scientific expertise in the fields of new media arts.
Provides comprehensive interdisciplinary grounding in the theory, history and criticism of new media arts
Provides a critical understanding of how current technological innovation and artistic practices reconfigure contemporary thought, aesthetics, technology, culture, law, environment and society
Core teachings in critical media theory, cultural studies, philosophy of technology and theories of world building
Electives include aesthetics, media ecology, media archeology, film studies, new cinema, media art theory and practice, visual studies, sound art, video game studies, art management, law and digital cultures, curation, gender studies and popular culture studies
Excellent preparation for future professional careers in media arts, creative media industries, art organisations, specialised journalism, private research, publishing industries, cultural policy and public administrations or for further doctoral studies