MFA Creative Practice: Transdisciplinary at Trinity Laban - UCAS

Trinity Laban

Degree level: Postgraduate
UCAS Conservatoires

MFA Creative Practice: Transdisciplinary (Taught)

Course summary

The MA/MFA Creative Practice: Transdisciplinary offers a unique opportunity to place your interdisciplinary practice in transformative dialogue with leading dance and movement practitioners. The programme is designed to provide a flexible and bespoke programme of study, enabling you to choose from a range of modules delivered by Trinity Laban. MA/MFA Creative Practice supports both emergent and professional (dance) artists in the further development of their practice. Key Features

  • Flexible curriculum lets you develop existing specialisms and pursue new skills, such as performance making, embodied writing or film making.
  • Choreological Practice will provide a framework and terminology for investigation and analysis of human movement.
  • Practical investigations aim to enhance observation skills and develop movement literacy.
  • The Transdisciplinary pathway offers a bespoke and supported space to challenge your assumptions, bring clarity, and articulate your values and priorities as an artist and creative practitioner.
  • An interdisciplinary approach allows development and articulation of your individual research.
The MFA Creative Practice is a two year full time programme. It shares the first year taught programme with the MA. An extended independent project forms the second year, providing time for in-depth research and realisation of a substantial body of work. The Transdisciplinary pathway welcomes artists and creative practitioners at varying stages of their career. Applicants may have backgrounds in physical theatre, design, film, visual and live art, contemporary performance or circus. The programme is particularly suited to multi-faceted artists wishing to pursue portfolio careers that might include performance and performance-making, teaching, movement direction, and multimedia and cross art practice. As part of the application process, you’ll be asked to tell us about your current practice, where you envision it going and how postgraduate study at Trinity Laban will help you get there.

Course details

Principal study options

During the application and audition process, you must select which instrument(s) you wish to specialise in for the duration of your course. On this course, you can choose from the following options:

Single specialism

Only one instrument is studied. It may be possible to study a further instrument formatively, but this will not contribute towards the qualification.

Instrument/specialisms

For all courses, you must select at least one specialism from the 'primary' list. For those studying primary/secondary pathways, two instruments may be selected – one from the 'primary' list and one from the 'secondary' list. Joint pathway students may select any two instruments from either list.

Primary instrument/specialism

  • Dance

How to apply

This course is closed for the 2023 academic cycle. Please contact the provider or view the 2024 courses.

*If you are an international applicant, or you are applying for a postgraduate course, or are choosing certain assessment locations, the 'on time' deadline may be later in the year - please contact the conservatoire directly.

Application codes

Course code:
802F
Institution code:
T75
Campus name:
Main Site
Campus code:
-

Points of entry

The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1

International applicants

We welcome applications from across the world and accept a wide range of international qualifications. For more information please see www.trinitylaban.ac.uk/student-life/international-students

Entry requirements

Applicants are expected to have an appropriate first degree (or an equivalent qualification) or 5 years’ professional experience in a relevant discipline. Applicants without formal qualification are subject to the Institution’s Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process.


Assessment locations

In the event of a successful assessment, applicants may be invited for a further interview prior to being made an offer.

Remote assessment recordings may be accepted in the event that you cannot attend an assessment in person.

Single specialism assessment

LocationOn-time FeeLate Fee
OnlineNo fee charged

Joint principal specialism assessment

LocationOn-time FeeLate Fee
OnlineNo fee charged

Additional information

Applicants will also be required to submit an initial project proposal, outlining the following: *The reasons they wish to carry out an independent project over one academic year *Their suitability for extended independent research in the context of an MFA Creative Practice *The nature of their intended research and a draft projected timeline with indicated outputs of research (which is understandably subject to change) *An interview (phone/Skype interview is acceptable) will also be required.


Fees and funding

Tuition fees

No fee information has been provided for this course

Additional fee information

No additional fees or cost information has been supplied for this course, please contact the provider directly.
MFA Creative Practice: Transdisciplinary at Trinity Laban - UCAS