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A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.  Students who take fine arts studies are exposed to a variety of subjects. There are programs available in the performance sector such as film, television, dance and the… Read more

A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

Students who take fine arts studies are exposed to a variety of subjects. There are programs available in the performance sector such as film, television, dance and theater, as well as in the visual arts such as painting, sculpting and photography.

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Royal College of Art
London, United Kingdom

To provide prospective students with opportunities to find out about the RCA experience and programmes we run a number of on-campus and online open daysas well as events in va ... +

To provide prospective students with opportunities to find out about the RCA experience and programmes we run a number of on-campus and online open daysas well as events in various countries around the world. You can find out about upcoming events or watch replays of past open days on theRCA website. Contemporary Art Practice (CAP) at the Royal College of Art is a cutting-edge MA programme in the School of Arts & Humanities that is driven by a post-medium, critical approach to the making and reception of art, where theory and practice come together to form new ways of responding to the contemporary world. The programme supports the development of your art practice within a responsive, dialogical and critical context with an emphasis on wider political issues – interrogating art production in relation to urgent socio-political contexts as well as questioning and redefining practice. CAP supports ambitious, exploratory and research-driven artists, with programme specialisms in critical, speculative and social art practices, moving images, performance, writing and techno aesthetics. Our approach to Contemporary Art Practice is not determined by either technology or material, and CAP students create work using any media possible: from images, installations and moving image works, to publications and sonic art, participatory events, 3D modelling and VR, writing and performance. The programme offers a flexible environment that supports collective and peer-led learning. How will I learn? The MA in Contemporary Art Practice offers a discursive environment in which to discuss contemporary issues for thinking about, making and presenting contemporary art supported by individual tutorials, group critiques, lectures, seminars and workshops that take place across the year. Units are tailored to nurture the development of your art practice from the earliest manifestations of ideas through to platforms for exhibition and making public, whilst also providing the skills required to be able to situate your practice within current dialogues and debates. Supported individual learning is complemented by generative workshops and collaborative events and exhibitions, with critical feedback offered throughout the degree from world-leading contemporary artists, writers and curators. The MA in Contemporary Art Practice is premised on an understanding that artists, makers, writers, curators, critics and historians today are concerned with the function, contribution and work of the artist and art’s potential to reflect upon and intervene in the world. CAP research clusters, reading groups, collaborations, group crits, generative workshops and seminars interconnect with one-to-one tutorials and technical support as well as the School and College-wide teaching units to create an innovative, dynamic and responsive habitat for new approaches to thinking, making and exhibition of contemporary art practices. AcrossRCA Situated at the core of your RCA student experience, this ambitious interdisciplinary College-wide AcrossRCA unit supports how you respond to the challenges of complex, uncertain and changing physical and digital worlds by engaging you in a global creative network that draws on expertise within and beyond the institution. It provides an extraordinary opportunity for you to: make connections across disciplines think critically about your creative practice develop creative networks within and beyond the College generate innovative responses to complex problems reflect on how to propose ideas for positive change in local and/or global contexts. AcrossRCA launches with a series of presentations from internationally acclaimed speakers that will encourage you to think beyond the discourses of art, architecture, communication, and design, and extend into other territories such as economics, ethics, science, engineering, medicine or astrophysics. In interdisciplinary teams you will be challenged to use your intellect and imagination to respond to urgent contemporary themes, providing you with an opportunity to develop innovative and disruptive thinking, critically reflect on your responsibilities as a creative practitioner and demonstrate the contribution that the creative arts can make to our understanding and experience of the world. This engagement with interdisciplinary perspectives and practices is designed both to complement your disciplinary studies and provide you with a platform to thrive beyond graduation. Meet the RCA We host a range on online and on-campus open days as well as recruitment event in cities around the world. These events caninclude 1-to-1 meets and portfolio advice, informal chats, presentations and sessions with staff, students and alumni. Check theCheck the RCA event webpagefor details of upcoming events. -
MA
Full-time
English
Sep 2023
Campus
 
Bath, United Kingdom

There is an emphasis on developing high-level solo performance skills alongside ensemble and collaborative activities. As with the other MMus pathways, there are modules which ... +

There is an emphasis on developing high-level solo performance skills alongside ensemble and collaborative activities. As with the other MMus pathways, there are modules which involve producing a -
Master
Full-time
Part-time
English
Campus
 
Lethbridge, Canada

The Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree program offers students the opportunity to pursue graduate study majoring in Art, New Media, and Dramatic Arts. Each MFA degree program co ... +

The Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree program offers students the opportunity to pursue graduate study majoring in Art, New Media, and Dramatic Arts. Each MFA degree program combines research, theory, and practice relevant to the discipline. Faculty, comprised of artists and scholars, foster an environment of active engagement with material and conceptual investigations in production and performance. The MFA allows graduate students to concentrate in their chosen disciplines and to synthesize their research into a Thesis. -
Master
Full-time
2 years
English
Sep 2023
Campus
 

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Paris, France

Our MFA in Cinematography is aimed at international students who are fluent in English and hold a Bachelor’s degree, preferably in cinema and audio-visual studies, or in anoth ... +

Our MFA in Cinematography is aimed at international students who are fluent in English and hold a Bachelor’s degree, preferably in cinema and audio-visual studies, or in another field but with a keen interest in artistic careers. It trains students to a high level of competence in all aspects of cinema-related work: directing, writing, image and post-production. It enables them to develop both their creative vision and technical expertise. At the end of this training, our graduates have the skills to design, present and deliver fictional projects, documentaries, advertisements, and musical clips. From their first year, students are trained in all areas of work (directing, writing, assisting the director, script, image, sound, and editing); they each produce an audio-visual project, according to specifications defined by their course director or tutor, and manage a team made up of students from all other sectors. During their second year, students write and shoot a short fiction film in professional conditions. They also design a documentary for which they write a full production file and produce a 5-minute teaser. Students have the benefit of personalized, one-to-one instruction from a tutor working in the same field as they intend to work: director, scriptwriter, 1st assistant, or camera operator. Individual monitoring of a personal project each year enables them to develop their professional project which forms the core element of their training. Tutors also monitor students’ overall progress. In order to facilitate and consolidate learning, the MFA cinematography class has a restricted intake of 25 students. Study Program Producing and directing Cutting Directing actors Managing a team Writing a screenplay Script doctoring Optics, colorimetry, photometry, and equipment technology Camera angles Multi-camera fiction recording Photography direction: lighting control Storytelling through editing Calibration Preparing a subject, research, documentation History of the cinema Language discovery and French cultural awareness Production management Professional documentary project Professional fiction project (synopsis, pitch, project note, moodboard) Project This training forms part of the DNA of 3iS, namely learning by the project. During their two years of training, MFA cinematography students produce their projects independently (class group) with the support of other English-speaking 3iS programs: Short 15- 20-minute film Documentary Multi-camera TV fiction series Advertisement (filmed in a studio) Theater production filming: a very short film in a single place Musical clip (in collaboration with a musical group) Reporting and interviewing Personal “ready to shoot” project (production and artistic files) An individual technical or artistic research project, tutored by a trainer -
Master
Full-time
2 years
English
Oct 2023
Campus
 
Malmö, Sweden

The Master programme of Fine Arts in Artistic Research is a two-year full-time education programme. The purpose of the programme is to prepare visual artists to define and for ... +

The Master programme of Fine Arts in Artistic Research is a two-year full-time education programme. The purpose of the programme is to prepare visual artists to define and formulate a research project in Fine arts that aims at admission to a doctoral programme in Fine arts. The education maintains a high international profile and prepares students for professional activities at a international level. The focus is on the individual research project with which the applicant is accepted and develops during the programme. Courses include method courses with a special focus on artistic research projects, but also more general method courses with invited researchers and artistic researchers. -
Master
Full-time
2 years
English
Campus
 
The Conducting Institute at The European Academy of Fine Arts
Sofia, Bulgaria

Master of Fine Arts in Classical, Studio, Contemporary Conducting and Related Recording Technologies offering modern conductors what they need most: Regular Weekly Conducting ... +

Master of Fine Arts in Classical, Studio, Contemporary Conducting and Related Recording Technologies offering modern conductors what they need most: Regular Weekly Conducting Experience with a Professional Orchestra A Comprehensive One-Year Practical Experience: Classic Orchestral, Studio, Chamber, Live Orchestra to Film, Opera, Big Band Exposure to our world-renowned team of conductors. Why study with one conducting professor when you can study with ten? Proud Partner of the: -
Master
Full-time
English
Sep 2023
Campus
 
Johannesburg, South Africa +1 More

The MFA offers the mature student an opportunity to master the knowledge to create and monetize high-quality, engaging narratives that entertain local audiences. In addition t ... +

The MFA offers the mature student an opportunity to master the knowledge to create and monetize high-quality, engaging narratives that entertain local audiences. In addition to developing students’ capacity on a feature-length scale, the AFDA MFA provides the film, television, and entertainment industries with research results on the development of local audience groups, production systems, and strategies to grow the market. -
MA
Part-time
2 years
English
Feb 2023
Online & Campus Combined
Campus
Online
 
Jiaxing, China

The three-year international Master in Fine Arts (iMFA) program under the guidance of the Institute of Radio, Film, and Television, equips students with practical skills like ... +

The three-year international Master in Fine Arts (iMFA) program under the guidance of the Institute of Radio, Film, and Television, equips students with practical skills like script writing, film and television production, and new media audio-visual editing. Our students will take academic and practice-based courses with faculty members from CMIC, while having the opportunity to choose business-related courses at ZIBS. Mentors of this program graduated from world-class universities like the University of Michigan and the University of Art in Berlin. Established practitioners are hired as visiting scholars. -
Master
Full-time
3 years
English
Sep 2023
28 Feb 2023
Campus
 
Tufts University - Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
Medford, USA

Offered by the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts, the Master of Fine Arts in Studio Art is a rigorous interdisciplinary program that prepares graduate students for a ... +

Offered by the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts, the Master of Fine Arts in Studio Art is a rigorous interdisciplinary program that prepares graduate students for a career as a professional artist grounded in artistic innovation and creativity. -
MA
Full-time
2 years
English
Campus
 
University of Westminster
London, United Kingdom

The Art and Visual Culture MA is part of the Cultural and Literary Studies Suite, a cluster of four MAs that bring together academics, curators and practitioners who share a c ... +

The Art and Visual Culture MA is part of the Cultural and Literary Studies Suite, a cluster of four MAs that bring together academics, curators and practitioners who share a commitment to investigating modern and contemporary culture from aesthetic, critical, literary, and experiential perspectives. You'll share classes with students from the Cultural and Critical Studies MA, the English Literature: Modern and Contemporary Fictions MA, and the Museum, Galleries and Contemporary Culture MA, joining a fruitful and intellectually-rigorous environment designed to facilitate the sprouting of interdisciplinary thinking. As part of our Suite, you may also choose an option module from the other three MA programmes (what is referred to as an ‘elective’ module), a fantastic opportunity to explore a facet of culture outside of your chosen MA programme. The Art and Visual Culture MA is an interdisciplinary, visual theory-based course established around the belief that visual literacy and the impact of visual forms of thinking and working play significant roles in our society. In the course, we interrogate visual perception and representation in high and popular culture, explore how these produce meanings, and how such meanings shape societies and individuals. -
MA
Full-time
Part-time
English
Campus