The Fine Art MA will develop your artistic practice, contextual awareness and theoretical understanding within a stimulating and distinctive studio environment. Much more than consolidating existing knowledge, the course will introduce you to emerging trends in contemporary practice, and will enable you to find your voice in a fast evolving visual culture that is increasingly collaborative, networked and dispersed. As well as leaving with all of the necessary skills to produce and exhibit your work, you will leave equipped to deal with change, and able to negotiate your individual, critical and creative position.
The course is designed to give you the skills for continuous development throughout your artistic, professional, and academic life. You will be supported from the outset in developing research methods and aims that are pertinent to your creative practice and your professional ambitions. The course will develop your specialist knowledge to an advanced level, and give you hands-on experience of contemporary practice. You will be taught by exhibiting artists and research-active academics with expertise in drawing, painting, sculpture, analogue and digital photography, digital media, printmaking, public art, installation, and relational practice. Teaching is delivered in a combination of 1:1 tutorials, group seminars, lectures, workshops, and field-trips. You will be supported by a highly skilled team of technical demonstrators with access to a range of workshops including metal, wood, plaster, resin and other processes, as well as CAD facilities, photographic darkrooms, studios and editing suites. You will have your own individual studio space, and become part of a large and dynamic cohort of Fine Art students, studying from BA to PhD level. This approach gives you access to a wide range of visiting artists and critical input, with opportunities for you to lead discussion groups and seminars.
Fine Art MA
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Art, Design and Humanities Vice-Chancellor's 2020 Scholarship
The scholarship programme is based on academic achievement and merit, and applies automatically to all DMU Home/EU students who are graduating this year (2014) or have graduated within the last two years (2012 or 2013) who achieved 2:1 or above, and enrol onto one of our full-time Masters programmes.For terms and conditions and a full list of eligible courses, please visit dmu.ac.uk/adh2020
Value of Scholarship(s)
50% tuition fees discount
At De Montfort University (DMU) we are fully committed to supporting our students and graduates throughout their personal and career development, and that is why we would like to introduce the Vice-Chancellor’s 2020 Scholarship scheme for DMU alumnus, which will cover 50% of the tuition fee on a postgraduate taught course at DMU.
The scholarship will be awarded automatically (subject to the eligibility criteria). There is no separate application process or deadline.
You should have the equivalent of a 2:2 or above UK bachelor’s honours degree in Fine Art or a related subject. If you have other professional qualificationsand industry experience we will consider your application on an individual basis. Evidence of recent work in a digital/portfolio format, plus a statement about past and proposed work is required.If English is not your first language, you must have an IELTS score of 6.0 or equivalent. English Language tuition, delivered by our British Council accreditedCentre for English Language Learning, is available both before and throughout the course if you need it.
Recipient: De Montfort University
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