Richmond University’s MA in Visual Arts Management and Curating prepares students in the professional knowledge, skills and experience required for career placement in visual arts institutions and the creative cultural industries. The program builds on the success of the MA in Art History and MA in Art History and Visual Culture, and offers sustained engagement, from an intercultural perspective, with professional practice in both non-profit and public institutions, and the commercial sector of private galleries and auction houses, with a strong emphasis on curating.
7 important facts about the Programme
- One-year program based in London
- Dually recognised degree in the US & UK
- A global perspective on the visual arts
- Professional training for work in the arts and creative cultural industries
- Accredited internship
- International, research and professionally active faculty
- Small class sizes and faculty supervision
Students will take courses in: arts management and marketing; arts policy; arts education, social inclusion and urban renewal; the international art market; and curating, taken alongside an internship. To review the modules, visit Course Structure.