Compare MA Programs in Fine Arts Studies in Europe 2019
The area of fine arts studies is made up of a variety of disciplines. Students often choose to study one particular area such as photography, graphic design, animation, screenwriting, illustration, painting, sculpting, acting, dance, filmmaking or music.
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The international MA Programme at the Iceland Academy of the Arts supports your individual and progressive art practice. There is an emphasis on art practice and research
The international MA Programme at the Iceland Academy of the Arts supports your individual and progressive art practice. There is an emphasis on art practice and research with a view to strengthening insight into the complexities of contemporary art contexts. We look for flexibility and specialization in materials and methods requiring you to be able to position yourself, to critique and challenge problems and situations within the field.
You will be joining an artistic and intellectual community committed to contemporary art and art education. You will be placed in the city of Reykjavik in proximity to a growing but vibrant art-scene across a variety of art disciplines. One of the unique features of the Iceland Academy of the Arts is the students’ proximity to other disciplines in the arts. Collaboration is encouraged across various arts disciplines on an individual basis as well as through workshops and specific projects....
The Master of Fine Art (MFA) programme caters for students who wish to develop their professional practice or knowledge within the discipline of Fine Art. Typically this
The Master of Fine Art (MFA) programme caters for students who wish to develop their professional practice or knowledge within the discipline of Fine Art. Typically this might include teachers, practising artists, community workers, arts administrators, or recent graduates in Fine Art who wish to further their professional practice.
The MFA is designed to respond to students who already have a practice and who are able to readily determine where they are in relation to a field and its histories of practices and ways of working. It is the role of the MFA to work outwards, as it were, towards a context for the students practice.
The student focus will be on their development of Art Practice relevant to the CSAD Subjects of: Fine Art; Textiles; Ceramics; Artist Designer Maker; and Illustration....
EKA offers a well-rounded and multifaceted approach to learning. Contemporary art, criticism and theory, author-based architecture, innovative and skill-based design, ani
The two-year Contemporary Art MA programme offers:
Author-focused tutoring for contemporary artists
Local and visiting artists, curators, philosophers, theorists and gallerists working with students
Individual freedom to design one’s own curriculum, within a diverse programme that offers theoretical tools and practical training
The option to develop one’s art practice through the studios of sound art, lens-based art, installation, and sculpture, graphic art, and painting
Individual and group tutorials, cross-faculty group critique sessions
Commitment to developing and profounding conceptual and social ideas in an individual art practice
A critical discursive environment for discussions about making, displaying and thinking about contemporary art and contemporary society
Flexible studio spaces and workshops in a new building of the Academy
Access to technical workshops across the Academy, with specialists to assist all students projects: virtual prototyping and 3D printing studios, traditional and digital print workshops, analog and digital darkrooms, photo studio, sound recording and filming studios, wood and metal workshops, modern black box, and the monumental sculpture studio
A continuous programme of off-site events, study trips, exhibitions
Opportunities for exhibitions in galleries, museums, study trips and collaboration with different art institutions and universities and exchange programs (KUNO, DAMA, ERASMUS)
What makes Estonian Academy of Art (EKA) special?
This interdisciplinary, visual theory-based course is established around the belief that visual literacy and the impact of visual forms of thinking and working play signi
This interdisciplinary, visual theory-based course is established around the belief that visual literacy and the impact of visual forms of thinking and working play significant roles in our society. On the course, we interrogate visual perception and representation in high and popular culture, explore how these produce meanings, and how such meanings shape societies and individuals.
The course introduces you to a wide range of historical and contemporary debates that inform the theories and practices of visual culture and supports you in developing a conceptual framework within which to evaluate the role of the visual arts, and other forms of visual production, in contemporary society and culture.