You have a chance to book a place on a weekend with a difference... thanks to the Geography Collective.
Are you playful and creative, with a conceptual interest in space?
Develop new perspectives on the philosophy, production, exploration and representation of space by attending our Master In Space course and gaining a Master In Space qualification.
The Master in Space course is carefully (un)planned around a series of semi-structured units. All units are ‘unknown’ before the course begins, but are likely to include free, thinking, restricted, open, public, child-like, bound, exciting, eventful and other forms of space. While no specific skills are needed you can expect to immerse yourself ‘in space’ by working with paint, ink, typewriters, string, projection, sound and many other tools, mediums and approaches. You must successfully complete three units to become aMaster in Space.
Take this course to:
· immerse yourself in space and spatial thinking
· be awarded a unique qualification
· earn the right to wear (MiS) after your name
· meet like-minded people from different fields and backgrounds
· be playful, creative and explorative.
The course takes place over a Master in Residence all-inclusive residential weekend, from 6pm on Friday 18 November to midday on Sunday 20 November 2011.
The course costs £150 and includes:
· 2 nights in shared accommodation
· Fabulous meals
· Beer, wine and soft drinks
· All equipment and resources
· Official certificate of award
· Master in Residence Membership for one year.
Where is this course taking place?
Join us, at YHA Medway, a traditional Kentish Oast House in a country park setting, close to historic Rochester, Chatham Dockyard and the Kent Downs. Chatham railway station is two miles away. Trains from London take 40 minutes from St Pancras and one hour from Victoria.
Terms & Conditions
The course fee is non-refundable.
You must be aged 18 or more to take part.
We reserve the right to change or cancel this course. If the course is cancelled we will provide a full refund.
All participants will be asked to sign a damage waiver on arrival
Labels: Masters in Space, The Geography Collective