The primary aim of the programme is to enable students to take ownership of their artistic practices within a critical and supportive environment; students set their own agenda, the programme is diverse and geared to foster self'reflection and self'criticism as well as developing the skills to question and be questioned by fellow students and the many practising artists, critics, writers and curators that visit the course; during the course all students are given the opportunity to exhibit twice in the college galleries, once at a work'in'progress show at the end of the first term and then towards the end of their second year as part of the final Summer Show; students are encouraged and actively supported when exhibiting outside the college.
Modules include: Critical and historical studies; critical and historical studies; individual tutorials; seminars.
Course Additional Entry
Good Honours degree in a relevant subject; slides of recent work; portfolio of selected work; interview.
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