MA in Fine Art_Contemporary Art Practices

Qualification Awarded MA in Fine Art: Contemporary Art Practices
Level Of Qualification Masters in Arts
Offered by Department of Arts and Communication
Mode of Study Full Time or Part Time


Overview

The MA in Fine Art: Contemporary Art Practices program encourages students to challenge and explore contemporary art practices in and across the Fine Art field, working in a variety of methods and approaches that may range from an in-depth investigation of a research area within a specific art discipline to exploring issues of interest in an interdisciplinary manner. The program, therefore, respects, encourages and promotes critical theory as well as in depth understanding of material, concept and subject matter regarding the practices of fine art making. Furthermore it offers a close relation with the professional industry and provides opportunities for collaboration on real life local and international projects. 

The program is anchored in the wide area of Fine Art, allowing each individual student to indicate and follow a specific research area of personal interest within and across the various art disciplines, building upon and demonstrating a strong personal vocabulary and contextualization of the core research area.

Occupational Profiles of the Graduates
Alongside a continued professional art practice graduates from the MA Fine Arts course will be able to pursue opportunities in art education, curatorial practices, art counseling and other areas within the local and international creative industries. These may include involvement in theatre, television and advertising. Graduates can also pursue opportunities to initiate artist led, community based projects.