The MA Fine Art is a professionally taught programme delivered through seminars, tutorials, peer reviews and guest lectures. You will be taught in a studio environment that facilitates and encourages rigorous creative enquiry. All of our work areas such as our workshops and studios are well resourced.
You will be taught by a group of highly trained, professional, research active staff that have a diversity of conceptual approaches and skills. And as part of the programme you will go on study visits to regional and national museums and galleries.
While on the MA Fine Art programme you will have the opportunity to study at the University of Porto.
Contemporary Fine Art practice embraces a wide and diverse spectrum of activity. The staff base reflects this broad range and we have expertise in the areas: Painting, Sculpture, Photography, Film and Video, Installation based work, Environmental Art, Public Art, Performance, Text based work and Artists Books, Curatorship and Exhibition Organisation. The staff team also have expertise in the areas of Critical Theory, Art History...
Applying for a postgraduate taught degree
You´ll normally be expected to have an appropriate undergraduate degree or equivalent qualification, a professional qualification of equal standing, or a substantive portfolio of work at an appropriate level.
Applying for a postgraduate research degree
For MPhil/PhD programmes, we normally expect you to have a first or second class honours degree, a Masters degree from a UK University or qualifications that we consider to be equivalent.
You´ll study theses modules
Art in Theory (20 Credits)
Reflective Processes in the Visual Arts (40 credits)
You´ll study these modules
Critical Study (20 Credits)
Negotiated Study and Optional Briefs (40 Credits)
You´ll study this module:
Independent Scholarship and Critical Reflection (60 Credits)
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