This180-credit modular course places emphasis on autonomous learning and innovative research whilst also offering transferable skills for professional engagement. Learning is achieved through a sustained self-directed body of practice supported by one-to-one tutorials, lectures, seminars and peer group presentations.
Our emphasis on professional practice contributes to regular student success in major national and international competitions and an active student engagement with live professional exhibition projects and exhibitions. In Cambridge, the course has developed particularly strong links with art organisations including Aid & Abet, Changing Spaces, Wysing Arts and Cambridge Artworks, with many alumni actively involved in these and with projects further afield. New developments include the programming of a specialist Fine Art Professional Practice day, aimed at both students and alumni.
- Process and Practice as Research (30 Credits)
- Acts and Discourses (30 Credits)
- Fine Art: Critical Practice (30 Credits)
- Masters Dissertation: Art and Design (30 credits)
- Masters Project: Art and Design