Master of Visual Art (by Coursework)

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  • Objectives
    The objectives of the Master of Visual Art are to: * provide the opportunity for the consolidation of experimental activity into an emerging visual art practice; * encourage the development of technical and manipulative skills of a high order and facility for their application in spheres of individual, industrial and social concern; * encourage sound work practices; * promote critical reflection on the work produced, contemporary art practice and the artist's role in society; * encourage in students the professional capacities required to conduct themselves as producers of culture within our society.
  • Course description
    A one year Master of Visual Art degree, with assessment by coursework. Students focus on their studio practice, as well as on the theoretical background of art and culture.

    This professional development course is an intensive studio-based program supported by regular formal seminars and offers the opportunity for emerging artists to consolidate skills and knowledge.

    Subjects by Year
    Year 1

        * 755-830 - Theories of Art and Culture 11A
        * 755-831 - Studio Practice 11A
        * 755-832 - Theories of Art and Culture 11B
        * 755-833 - Studio Practice 11B

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