The programme Master of Fine Art is a two-year course that aims to give the students a unique footing for their future advancement in research, theory and professional artistic practice. The programme is aimed at emerging artists who seek to deepen their practice in a context that is studio and workshop oriented and where they are encouraged to develop their own initiatives. To contribute to the programme provides a balanced insight between local and international issues of importance to contemporary society.
The objective of the programme Master of Fine Art is to develop the student's ability to work as a professional artist. The programme aims to reflect the contemporary conceptions of what it means to work as a professional artist and thereby offer students the opportunity to develop their individual ambitions to work professionally in the field of fine arts. As the main objective is to educate artists, the creation of works of art, exhibitions and other artistic expressions constitutes the most important aspects in the programme of study. The programme also provides a foundation for other professional roles in and relating to the field of art.
After passing the programme, the candidate has the following learning outcome:
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|First semester (autumn)|
|Second semester (spring)|
|Third semester (autumn)|
|Fourth semester (spring)|
Admission to the programme Master of Fine Art requires:
Admission will be determined by an overall assessment of the applicant's qualifications, the quality of previous artistic work demonstrated by submitted portfolio and an interview.
The application must include:
The teaching will provide the students with tools that enable them to acquaint themselves in the international art field, and to reflect on and competently discuss artistic work, produced by themselves or others, both textually and orally.The learning activities are centered on the student's studio practice and presentations of artistic work. The programme includes workshops, seminars, artist talks, studio discussions and supervision.The student must both attend group exhibitions and solo exhibitions, as well as participate in other learning activities.
The curriculum for work requirements and examinations can be found in the course descriptions.Examination and assessment methods: portfolio assessment, written coursework, oral presentations and exhibitions.The student must pass each subject in order to proceed to the next level.
|The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Visual Arts||Danmark|
|Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weissensee - Hochschule für Gestaltung||Tyskland|
|Vilnius Academy of Arts||Litauen|
|Jutland Art Academy||Danmark|
|Academy of Fine Arts||Finland|
|Estonian Academy of Arts||Estland|
|Art Academy of Latvia||Latvia|
|Funen Art Academy||Danmark|
|The Danish National School of Performing Arts||Danmark|
|Royal University College of Fine Arts||Sverige|
|University College of Arts, Crafts and Design||Sverige|
|Muthesius University of Fine Arts and Design||Tyskland|
|University of Gothenburg||Sverige|
|Iceland University of the Arts||Island|
|University of the Arts Helsinki||Finland|