Nottingham, United Kingdom

Photography and Heritage

when 18 July 2022 - 29 July 2022
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 10 EC
fee GBP 1100

Through practical sessions and trips out to areas in and around Nottingham this course will introduce you to exploring and experiencing the world through photography.

You will explore photographic processes and techniques for capturing and sharing your experience of the world.

This practical course will introduce you to discovering and experiencing the world through photography. Nottingham and its surrounding areas will be explored visually and historically. Local sites of cultural and visual importance will be visited and photographed. We will explore ways of communicating our experience of these places through making pictures.

We will explore a variety techniques and methods for making photographs, and then sequence them to express a personal experience.

• Explore Nottingham and the history and heritage of its surrounding areas through photography
• Learn how to edit and sequence your photographs
• Make a short ‘zine of your work using InDesign

Target group

This course is ideal for students interested in photography, design, design history and art and with an inquisitive mind. You do not need to have the best camera – your phone will do!

Course aim

After studying on this course, you should be able to:

• Communicate a visual response to places and histories
• Evaluate your own work and that of others
• Demonstrate relevant technical skills
• Create photographs that explore ideas

At the end of the course, you will present your project work.

Credits info

10 EC
10 UK Credits / 5 ECTS

Fee info

GBP 1100: Early-bird discount available for students who pay the tuition fee by 31st March - £990!

Tuition fee includes course materials, our exciting social and cultural programme, support from our friendly team of student buddies, use of our GSS Hub with free drinks, and a trip to the beautiful city of Oxford.
GBP 370: Choose from on-campus or off-campus accommodation. Both offer single en-suite rooms on a self-catering basis with shared kitchen and living spaces, kitchen and bedding packs and 24 hour security/reception cover.