Master of Arts in Fine Art
Fine Art opens windows on the visual world while mapping a broad spectrum of phenomena and attitudes connected to that visual world - and to life itself. Besides traditional fine art forms such as painting, sculpture, and photography, the programme focuses on many transmedial forms of visual expression. These include media art, the exploration of social/urban environments, and the construction of visual knowledge.
As a MA Fine Art student you will engage in:
• research-based work
• interdisciplinary seminars
• professional skills such as presentation of both visual an theoretical work
• a topical theoretical discourse relevant to the broad spectrum of the visual world
• studio-based practice
• seminars with international artists and curators
• seminars with students from art academies across Europe
• seminars in the context of international biennales
Fine Art course structure
If you are a resident of one of 61 selected countries in Asia, Africa, Latin America and Eastern Europe, you might be eligible for a NFP Fellowship.
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The MA Fine Art programme is primarily geared at the topical debate within the field of art and design and they aim to stimulate students to engage in this debate. This takes different skills than those taught in the bachelor phase (such as knowledge production, contextualization, communication).
MA Fine Art considers itself an experimental, dynamic testing ground for thought about the role and position of the graduate school as an education and research environment.
As a MA Fine Art student, you will reflect on your discipline, participate in interdisciplinary debates, and embark on the development of innovative insights for your own discipline and its professionals.