Tuesday, 13 August 2013

Ugne Henriko's Major Project for her Photography BA at Anglia Ruskin is making waves in international media. See, for example, a recent piece on the Huffington Post

You can find more about Ugne here

Friday, 28 June 2013

Anglia Ruskin University now gives a £1000 scholarship for ALL alumni wanting to study at post graduate level.

Please feel free to contact us in case you want to find out more about the MA Photography.

Please find more info at the link below:

Scholarship Link

Monday, 24 June 2013

 I hope to see many of you tonight! It's a wonderful film by Tomas Leach about Saul Leiter who will be Kerstin Hacker's guest at the Q&A after the film!

Thursday, 6 June 2013

Degree Show opens tonight

Please come and visit us either tonight or in the next eight days. The show is on until the 14th June.

Saturday, 18 May 2013

Alumni Flyn Vibert features in HUNGER TV magazine

Flyn Vibert in Hunger TV magazine

Eaton Portrait Prize 2013


The winners of this year’s Eaton Portrait Prize are

First Prize: Wil Symons
Second Prize: Georgia Farmer
Third Prize: Ben Griggs

The prize is open to students enrolled on BA (Hons) Photography at Cambridge School of Art. ‘Portrait’ is interpreted in its widest sense – photography portraying an individual or group of individuals where the emphasis is upon their identity.
The Eaton Portrait Prize is generously sponsored by Andy Eaton. Andy is an alumni from the BA (Hons) Photography course and has kindly supported the event since 2006.

The exhibition of the ten short-listed photographers can be visited in
the Mumford Foyer Gallery at Anglia Ruskin University until the 15 September, 2013.

The short-listed photographers are:
Bruna Brandao , Poppy Dyer , Georgia Farmer , Ben Griggs , Antonia McDonnell , Chico Morais , Amy Notley , Wil Symons , Richard Tooley and Matthew Wright.

Judges were
Andy Eaton, Prize Sponsor
Beverley Carruthers, Course Director, BA (Hons) Photography, London College of Communication, London;
Kerstin Hacker, Course Leader, BA (Hons) and MA Photography, Cambridge School of Art;
Dr Sergio Fava, Senior Lecturers, BA (Hons) Photography
Christine Webster, Senior Lecturers, BA (Hons) Photography

Friday, 8 March 2013

Another prize won by a CSA Photography graduate !

Congratulations to Sophie Ellen Lachowycz who took 2nd prize at the Printspace fashion awards!
Photo by Sophie Ellen Lachowycz (all rights reserved)

Details @ http://www.theprintspace.co.uk/blog/fashion-winners-announced/

Sophie Ellen's website

Sunday, 3 March 2013

Work by Photography graduates

Photo by Ashley Davies (all rights reserved)

 Photo by Corynn Wilbur (all rights reserved)

Photo by Loren McCarthy (all rights reserved)

Photo by Siobhan Simpson (all rights reserved)

Photo by Vanessa Mills (all rights reserved)

Friday, 1 March 2013

Structure of MA Photography

The MA Photography is a full time 12 months programme with two entry points : September and January. There is also a part time option (which might not comply with some countries visa entry requirements) with a start date in September

Full time
September to December
January to May


- Photography: Experimental Practice

- Process and Practice as Research
- Photography: International Perspectives

- Dissertation
- Major Project
January Start
Year 1

- - Photography: International Perspectives

Process and Practice as Research

Year 2
- Photography: Experimental Practice

- Dissertation
- Major Project

Part Time
September to December
January to May
September   start

Year 1

- Process and Practice as Research

- Photography: International Perspectives

Year 2

- Photography: Experimental Practice

- Dissertation

- Major Project

Thursday, 21 February 2013

We are now inviting applications for the MA Photography at the Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge.

The MA Photography is an exciting new Post Graduate course with a distinct international outlook. The course invites applications fromphotographers with a range of practices and interests, who would like to work toward refining their practice and deepening their contextual understanding of their practice.

We are especially interested in applications from photographers wanting to explore international or cross-cultural, as well as cross disciplinary projects ( for example, photography and video, documentary and political ideology, digital installation and visual deconstruction, fashion photography and gender studies, post colonial archival research, etc.).

The MA will equip students with subject specific and transferable skills. The course will make students aware of international employment opportunities and networks. International students from countries, were the visual medium is still underdeveloped will be encouraged to contribute to the countries media development. All students will contribute to a conference at the end of the spring trimester.

The MA is one of seven postgraduate courses at the Cambridge School of Art with a range of complementing subjects like MA FineArt, MA Printmaking, MA Graphic Design and Typography, MA Illustration and Book Arts and MA TV Production. There will be opportunities to share practices.

The MA benefits from access to a whole range of specialist equipment. We cater for analogue and digital practices with a fully equipped b/w lab, colour lab, printmaking facilities, 3D workshops, Mac suites, CGI HDRi research lab, daylight and flash studio set ups and a media store with anything from 35mm to medium format digital back.

The MA is offered as a full time and part time delivery.

Further information on the MA Photography can be obtained by clicking on the following link: