|UCAS||MA: 702F (Full-time) / 700P (Part-time). MFA: 803F|
|Duration||MA: 1 year (Full-time) / 2 years (Part-time). MFA: 2 years (Full-time)|
|Start Date||September 2020|
Research Lab brings together all MA, MSc, MFA, Phil and PhD students from the Faculties of Music and Dance. It is a space for you to explore what practice might mean in the context of the programme of study you are pursuing at Trinity Laban.
You can find out more about our range of research programmes and facilities here:
The Creative Practice programmes offer artists at all stages of their career a unique chance to develop and advance their skills within a vibrant community of postgraduate researchers.
- 1 - Studio Work 2016. Image by Roswitha Cheshire.
- 2 - Studio Work 2016. Image by Roswitha Cheshire.
- 3 - Showcase 2019. Image by jk photography.
- 4 - Showcase 2018
- 5 - Studio Work 2016. Image by Roswitha Cheshire.
The course has really deepened, clarified and inspired my artistic practice. Surprisingly and gratifyingly, it seems to be leading me towards a practice that sits somewhere between movement and writing, addressing things such as education and environmental concerns through the connection between one’s own experiences and body.
Clare Brzezicki, MA Creative Practice student 2017
answers the question, 'What does Embodied Practice mean to you?'
Part of Lewisham’s Creative MomentTrinity Laban is a partner organisation of the Mayor of London’s new Creative Enterprise Zone SHAPESLewishamTue 21 May 2019
Introducing Fulbright Scholar Oluwaseun OlayiwolaTrinity Laban has welcomed a new Fulbright Scholar to the Faculty of Dance, choreographer and performer Oluwaseun Olayiwola.Fri 21 Sep 2018#Dance #Choreography