The MA Art & Ecology is a fifteen-month studio-based post-graduate programme for emerging artists who want to engage in meaningful and transformative ways with the most pressing ecological questions of our time.

This is a unique programme located in the urban environment of South East London that seeks to develop new ways in which contemporary art practice can make interventions in a wide range of ecological contexts and extend the ways in which ecology is understood. During this MA we support artists to develop art practices in diverse sites and scales dedicated to imagining and shaping liveable futures.

Study Details:

MA 15 months full-time

Module Details:

Core Modules

Over the course of this programme, you will take the following core modules.

  • Methodologies of Art and Ecology
  • Experimental Laboratory
  • Histories and Theories of Art and Ecology
  • Professional development

You will also complete an Artistic Project and Critical Studies dissertation, and participate in an Experimental Laboratory.

Programme Funding

Goldsmiths offers a range of financial support including postgraduate scholarships, bursaries and fee waivers. These are awarded based on a variety of criteria, for example academic achievements or personal circumstances.


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Entry Requirements

You will need to hold a BA in Fine Art or other relevant discipline, or equivalent experience (e.g. photography, architecture, performance, creative writing, and environmental humanities and sciences), if there is sufficient evidence of a strong artistic practice.

Applicants will also be asked to propose a project. Admission is by interview only.

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