MA Design for Art Direction at London College of Communication enables visual communicators and designers develop the practical, conceptual and managerial skills to be at the forefront of their chosen professions.
Five reasons to apply
Produce campaigns that innovate and educate commercial, cultural and non-profit sectors. You'll be involved with creative collaborations, driven by practical skills and critical insight.
Use multi-disciplinary creative practices to produce dynamic and critical visual communications for audiences, users, brands and institutions.
Focus on the role of the Art Director/Creative Director – develop and realise ideas through leadership, management and commission individuals, teams of designers and specialists in the creative industries.
Explore the role of the creative studio as an instrument for augmenting public imagination and communication.
Set up creative partnerships and develop formats that provide nuanced and arresting experiences for multiple audiences – producing new visual languages for conceptual research and commercial innovation.