Do you want to produce live performance? This postgraduate course is for producers at all stages of their career.

• Work on real-time projects with our in-house production company, led by the University’s Creative Producer.
• Extend your artistic community through the University’s industry partners, collaborators and guest speakers.
• Enhance your professional skills via productions, working with industry collaborators, and working with technical teams.
Want to get your creative ideas to an audience? Through this postgraduate course in Creative Producing, we’ll teach you the core skills you need to get your work to market, as well as helping you develop industry contacts.
Creative Producers are in demand more than ever, as they are vital to the innovation and sustainability of the cultural industries. This MA Creative Producing programme is for producers at all stages of their career.
If you’re a new or early career producer, you’ll learn and develop skills to enhance your creative vision, artistic judgement, business skills and acumen. If you’re an established producer, you’ll be able to develop, evaluate and reflect on your own practice. In addition, you’ll expand your artistic and market awareness by gaining insights into innovative artistic practices.

Study Details:

MA full-time (three trimesters - one calendar year).

Module Details:

Trimester one
The course begins by giving you a context of the cultural industry you’ll be preparing to enter, along with insights into its theoretical and practical landscape. You’ll gain core skills to enhance your academic practice. You’ll be given an overview of the economic and cultural landscape that a producer inhabits, allowing you to comprehend where you interact and engage with the industry. You’ll examine how the producer fits into a collaborative team, allowing you to reflect and explore your own professional identity and knowledge as a producer.

• Research Methodologies and Context
• Professional Collaboration
Trimester two
Trimester two gives you the collaborative model to explore your artistic ideas and begin planning for your own project or production. To underpin your preparation for the planning and delivery of your project or production, you’ll learn key skills that are essential for you – your "producer’s toolkit" – a range of core elements that enables your creative and business practice as a producer.
• Company and Collaboration
• The Role of the Producer
Trimester three
• Major Project


Entry Requirements

Entry requirements for our postgraduate courses vary. We are generally looking for a good honours degree or equivalent. Some courses also require an interview or the submission of a portfolio of work.

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