The MA Fine Art course at London Metropolitan University is devised to instigate professional excellence and innovative art practice, providing students with the opportunity to select a specifically tailored programme of study. It has been designed to reflect the breadth of contemporary art and offers a wide range of different pathways including Painting, Sculpture, Installation, Printmaking, Drawing, Photography, Time-Based Media and Artists’ Writing. The course fosters the integration of contemporary theory and practice, allowing students to make informed judgements and choices regarding ideas and concepts, works of art, and exhibition or display.
The MFA qualification helps you establish yourself as an artist or designer, either self-employed or working professional. You can use the experience gained to self-organise and network to win contracts, commissions and shows. Our professional practice and networking module will help you learn how to do this.
You can also use the MFA qualification to help you to find work with major employers in the art and design sector such as:
- The Tate
- The Royal Academy
- Tom Dixon
- Arts Council England
- The Venice Biennale
You can also use the MFA to go on to study for an art and design PhD. A PhD can help you get into a higher education art or design career to teach or research at art universities all over the world.