Master Fine Art (Specialism)

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  • Objectives
    The course is devised to instigate professional excellence and innovative art practice, providing students with the opportunity to select a specifically tailored programme of study. It has been designed to reflect the breadth of contemporary art and offers a wide range of different pathways including Painting, Sculpture, Installation, Printmaking, Drawing, Photography, Time-Based Media and Artists’ Writing. The course fosters the integration of contemporary theory and practice, allowing students to make informed judgements and choices regarding ideas and concepts, works of art, and exhibition or display. Students are offered studio space in the heart of Shoreditch along with well-equipped workshop facilities.
  • Entry requirements
    Normally an upper second class Honours degree in a relevant subject. Those with relevant professional qualifications or extensive professional experience will also be considered.
  • Academic title
    MA Fine Art (Specialism)
  • Course description
    Course structure
    You will take four core modules, and 3 optional modules and submit an evaluative report.

    Core modules:

    -Project Research & Strategies
    -Major Project Development & Professional Practice
    -Theoretical Studies
    -Major Project & Evaluative Report

    Optional modules include:

    -Time-based media
    -Artists’ Writing
    -A range of University-wide options

    You are assessed via individual project development, essays, individual and group presentation and a final project including an evaluative report.

    Career opportunities
    Opportunities are available include work as a visual artist or in fields such as community arts, curating, advertising, teaching, arts criticism and review, arts journalism, arts administration, video and web site production, theatre/stage design, music/light and sonic arts, festival design. There is also the opportunity for further study at PHD level.

    Attendance and duration
    Full-time: 1 year, day
    Part-time: 2 years, day

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