Core programme content
- Analysing the Cultural and Creative Industries
- Contested Culture: Formations
- Research Approaches for the Cultural and Creative Industries.
Indicative non-core content
- The Aesthetic Economy and Aethetic Markets
- Art of Management: Management of Art
- Contextualising Creativity
- The Creative City
- "Creatives": Working in the Cultural Industries
- Culture and Commerce
- Cultural Markets
- Cultural Policy
- Digital Industries and Internet Culture
- Fashion, Culture and Society
- Film and American Culture
- Inside Today's Museum (taught at Tate Modern)
- Internship in the Cultural and Creative Industries
- Music and American Culture
- Towards Tomorrow's Museum (taught at Tate Modern)
- Visual Culture
- Youth Subcultures.
The Department will be introducing more optional modules over the 2012-13 academic year, please check the webpages for information.
FORMAT AND ASSESSMENT
Exams; essays; dissertation.
Professor Andy Pratt, Dr Richard Howells
King's College London
Credit value (UK/ECTS equivalent)
UK 180/ECTS 90
One year FT, two years PT, September to September.
Strand Campus; occasionally other London locations.
Our graduates have gone on to a wide range of roles in the cultural and creative industries including arts administration in local government, art marketing for a major cultural institution in London, editing a lifestyle magazine in the US, and researching for China's broadcasting industry regulator. Further career paths have included performing arts management, museum and gallery management, arts funding, cultural industries development, film distribution, freelance research and creative business development. A number of our students have gone on to do further academic research.
Year of entry 2013