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This MA provides a structured introduction to the postgraduate study of the history and philosophy of art. This programme allows you to spend your first term at our Canterbury campus with full access to its excellent facilities.
If you do not have the appropriate undergraduate preparation to embark on one of our MA courses, you may apply for our nine-month Graduate Diploma in Art History and Theory, which can constitute a qualifying year for the relevant MA course.
This MA provides a structured introduction to the postgraduate study of the history and philosophy of art. Particular focuses include contemporary art, photography, Renaissance art, medieval art, 18th-century British painting, 19th-century French painting, modernism, aesthetics and the philosophy of art and film.
The M.A. in Modern and Contemporary Art and the Market has trained students to be effective art world professionals since 1998. This program emphasizes the importance of direct contact with original works of art, and explores the history of art and the art market.
On the MFA Art, Society & Publics programme tutors work with students to develop their individual art practices. A rich and dynamic range of taught content is delivered through events and projects with partner organisations.
Find out more about this programme at the next. RCA Open Day. on Saturday 23 March. Led by Dr Mel Jordan, Reader in Art & the Public Sphere, the Contemporary Art Practice programme has specialist pathway leaders in order to facilitate a distinct engagement with specific areas of contemporary art practice.
The Master’s degree in Art Business was introduced in 1998 and has pioneered the study of art business and the art market as both an emerging academic discipline and a vocational bridge for art history students into the wider commercial art world.
This course is for you if you need to improve your English language skills and subject knowledge of art history before going on to a Masters course.