Two-year MFA programme in Fine Art
The Master of Fine Art in Art offers a two-year postgraduate programme with an international orientation. A select group of artists are admitted to produce work with support from our renowned staff to develop their individual work in our generous studio spaces.
The programme includes both supervision of studio pratice as well as theoretical input that focuses on the various aspects of artistic research.
MFA modules cover the areas of production, documentation, and presentation. We support the intertwining of practice and theory, production, presentation, distribution and documentation found in contemporary art. Our staff expertise in different fields of art practice, curation, publication and critical writing provide students with the resources to navigate the complex field of contemporary art. Weekly tutorials and seminars aims to provide you with the technical and conceptual tools with which to establish a sustainable professional art practice.
We welcome artists seeking to expand the research aspect of their artistic practice. Holders of Bachelor degrees in both fine arts and design or in other subjects with artistic practice can apply with a portfolio and a letter of motivation.
Faculty in Fine Art:
Dr Kate Allen, Professor Susanne Clausen, Christine Ellison, Dr Rachel Garfield, Dr. Pil & Dr. Galia Kollectiv ,Tina O'Connell, Tim Renshaw, Professor John Russell, Professor Alun Rowlands, Ciara Healy and Robert Garnett