|Location||United Kingdom, Treforest Campus|
|Type||Master courses, part-time|
|Nominal duration||2 years|
|Tuition fee||To be confirmed|
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
In a world dominated by visual imagery, artists need the right
skills, reflexive approaches and attitudes of critical enquiry to work
as effective professionals. On this postgraduate art degree you can
either explore your own specialist area or develop your practice
across a broader range of disciplines, challenging genre and context
to realize an original body of work. You will develop the skills to
evaluate, critique and implement methodologies in textual and visual
analysis, gaining the ability to articulate sound arguments through
words and imagery. Through professional studies you will explore
entrepreneurial, marketing and management aspects of contemporary
practice within a framework of social, economic and cultural
In our supportive and challenging environment, you will be encouraged
to be independent and enterprising in promoting yourself and your art
This art degree can be taken over two years part time or one yearfull
time. Teaching is concentrated over two days but you will have access
to personal dedicated studio space is available seven days a week.
You will benefit from a programme of guest speakers, visits to
galleries and museums and the opportunity to gain practical exhibiting
and curatorial experience. The course is ideal for both recent
graduates and experienced professionals.
Glamorgan’s MA Art Practice is a well established art degree that
produces advanced practitioners who go on to develop challenging
bodies of work at the national and international level. Graduates can
also progress to careers in academia, arts administration, studio
practice, artists in residence, community arts, public art or
commissioned works, gallery administration and curatorship, and arts
education, community and youth work.
Possible Career Options
This Masters art course produces advanced art practitioners who will
go on to develop challenging bodies of work at a national and
international level. Graduates can also progress to careers in
academia, arts administration, studio practice, community arts, public
art, gallery curatorship, youth projects and arts in health.