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The Course

MA Fine Art is a studio-based course that is aimed at those who wish to develop the critical, research, practical and professional aspects of their art practice at the highest level.

This interdisciplinary programme encourages creative risk-taking and intellectual inquiry. Alongside a strong emphasis on the richness and breadth of art from around the world, staff and students on the programme are encouraged to take an active role in Lincoln’s contemporary art community.

You will have access to individual studio space while benefiting from opportunities to collaborate with national and international artists, curators and designers working in a variety of media. There is an active visiting artist programme of talks and tutorials, which has previously included George Shaw, Jamie Shovlin, Yu Chen Wang, Fiona Curran and Joy Sleeman. Medium-specific specialist themes are available, recognising the increased material focus of advanced practice in fine art.

How You Study

MA Fine Art is based in a dedicated studio and the production of work through studio practice is central to the programme. The structure of the course is designed to be supportive, but geared towards independent research and practice. Teaching occurs through tutorials, critiques, seminars, lectures, visiting artists and curators, study visits and, importantly, through sharing of research and ideas among the peer group.

Full-time students will be taught on Tuesdays and Wednesdays (full day), as well as occasionally on other days. We expect all of our full-time students to work independently in addition to taught hours, to make up the full 5 days.

Part-time students will be taught on Tuesdays (full days) and some Wednesdays. Part-time students will be given a timetable upon enrolment in September for the whole academic year which will confirm which Wednesdays they will be in attendance. As a part-time student, there is an expectation of 2.5 days committed to studies which includes the teaching time.

Modules

Please visit the website for information on modules https://www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/course/FINARTMA/

How You Are Assessed

Students are assessed in a variety of ways, through spoken presentations, written submission and importantly the presentation of critically grounded art work.


Visit the MA Fine Art page on the University of Lincoln website for more details!

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