The MA Fine Arts degree programme will enable you to develop and locate your practice in relation to current bodies of knowledge and practice in the fine arts. You will build a strong and increasingly confident practice through awareness and interaction with current contexts of professional practice and research. There will be opportunities to consider and engage with a diverse range of disciplines, methodologies and practices - including collaborative practice - both within and beyond current fine arts practice.
As part of York St John University’s Creative Practice hub, this MA programme shares some of its modules with companion MA awards in Performance and Applied Theatre. Whilst your focus will be on Fine Arts, there will also be opportunities for exciting cross-disciplinary study across these programmes.
The programme will provide you with the opportunity to develop your creative practice and thinking and provide you with a platform from which to disseminate your work.
We seek capable, questioning and dedicated practitioners from a diversity of fine arts practices whether in the UK, Europe or beyond to join us in York and make the most of the opportunities our programme offers.
Graduates with an honours degree usually at 2ii or above in a related subject or branch of Fine Arts or Visual Arts practice (particularly, but not exclusively, Digital Arts, Drawing, Environmental Art, Media, Painting, Performance Art, Photography, Sculpture, Time-Based Art, Video Arts) as Single or Joint Honours or potentially in a Major/Minor combination will normally register for the MA or Graduates with an honours degree from another discipline and working in a professional arts environment or with extensive experience of arts practice. Academic tutors will consider such applications on an individual basis.
Recipient: York St John University
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