MFA Fine Art

The MFA Fine Art programme is aimed at artists and Fine Art graduates who are interested in advancing their art practices, engaging with contemporary art and theory and considering what art might be in relation to today’s social, cultural and political worlds. The MFA Fine Art is a practice-based course, structured through key pathways of contemporary art such as media, painting, print, sculpture whilst also supporting practices that emerge from transdisciplinary spaces like performance, moving image, archival, text-based and other expanded practices. There is an emphasis on interdisciplinary dialogue and debate while supporting specialized practice in the above areas.

MFA Fine Art  - AD426.
A two-year taught studio programme with pathways in Fine Print, Digital Art, Painting, Sculpture and Expanded Practice, Ceramics / Glass, and Textile Art & Artefact.
Programme commences - date TBC.

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