MA Fine Art
Our MA Fine Art reflects the diversity and rich complexity of international contemporary art practice within a clear theoretical and critical context. We facilitate art and ideas across the full range of media including; painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, installation, photography, video, web, temporary site-specific or time-based work, and performance art. Contemporary art practice is increasingly interdisciplinary and many artists work both independently and collaboratively at the boundaries of their disciplines.
Projects may involve either a specialist pursuit of a single medium or a broader, multidisciplinary approach that draws on the skills and opportunities provided by our staff and facilities. We will encourage you to take advantage of the many opportunities for collaboration with Schools across the University.
Modules in Entrepreneurship and Contemporary issues will support the development of your practice. Professional development is an integral part of the course and is facilitated by the artists and art world professionals who visit the School.
University application form with transcripts and CV. A personal statement, portfolio of your current art practice should outline your engagement with contemporary art and your interest in the MA Fine Art at WSA.
You will have access to specialist staff, visiting tutors and facilities relevant to all the disciplines facilitated in this programme.
Core modules: studio-based modules and research skills
Optional module: from a range designed to complement specialist areas and enhance employability
The MA Fine Art encompasses all aspects of contemporary practice, including:
- Temporary Site-Specific / Time-based Work
- Performance Art