M.A Painting, Sculpture, Applied Arts-
Painting- The Master Course Painting stands for the challenging and innovative potentialities of painting. Those taking part in its study programme are visual artists seeking a deepening of insight into and a specialization of their artistic practice. They prefer to commence that specialization from a fascination for painting, generally using a variety of media at the same time and side by side.The course starts with a critical reflection on existing possibilities of the student's own artistic practice in relation to painting and the interdisciplinary character of present-day art.
Sculpture- The Sculpture programme encourages practices that are speculative and reflective, supporting work in a range of media. It is concerned with ways of learning that are experiential - embodied through and understood by the acquisition of a practice.
The ethos is based on developing a broad spatial, material and critical awareness through a range of approaches pertinent to the expanded field of sculpture in the context of contemporary art practice.
Applied Arts- Applied Arts offers specialisms within Fine Art, under the headings of painting, sculpture and printmaking. Specialism in ceramics is shown separately in the title of the MA since it may include a design component, according to student preference, but the course structure is the same.
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