Do you want to advance your knowledge of contemporary curating and pursue a professional career in the field of curatorial practice?
The term 'curating' is used to refer to a wide range of activities including organising art exhibitions, festivals and professional events, staging of lecture series, public conversations, reading groups, and even the management of our lives on social media. This course explores how curating allows us to stage culture and put knowledge into circulation in multiple ways, and to place its practices in a historical and critical context.
Throughout this degree you will:
- Study core modules in the history and theory of curating, alongside electives in art history and visual culture
- Gain practical experience of working on a group project with one of several public sector partner organisations
- Have the opportunity to join historical and theoretical study with curatorial practice in the contemporary public realm
At the end of the degree you will take part in an exhibition of group projects with partner institutions.
Year 1- You take the following core modules and one option module:
Curating and the Public Sphere
Artefacts and Histories
Year 2 - In your second year, you will study the following core modules and four option modules from the Department of Visual Cultures:
Museums, Galleries, Exhibitions
Curating after the Educational Turn
In Year 3 you will complete a dissertation and study the following compulsory module along with two special subject options: Curating the Contemporary.
The range of option modules include:
The Truth in Painting
Archive and Spectacle
Patterns of Perception: Part 1
Fashion as a Dialectical Image
Fact of Blackness I: Subjects of Difference
Beckett & Aesthetics: Bodies and Identity
Please note that due to staff research commitments not all of these modules may be available every year.
|Duration & Attendance||Qualification||Tuition fees||Fee type|
|Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)||£9,250||Home Fees|
- IELTS (Academic)6.0With a 6.0 in writing and no element lower than 5.5