Production and Research in Art

Production and Research in Art

Masters Programme Production and Research in Art
Description Our Masters in Production and Research in Art was set up in order to meet a growing demand for qualified experts in this innovative and exciting field. The masters explores artistic production in depth, enabling students to gain excellent practical skills while taking into account the socio-cultural, economic and political factors related to artistic creation.

Students on the course have the opportunity to gain excellent research skills, at the same time as improving both their theoretical and practical competencies, learning the art of experimentation, employing diverse mediums of expression, and gaining technical proficiency when it comes to putting ideas into practice. The programme is essentially multidisciplinary in nature, fostering a healthy respect for diversity and commitment in the visual arts. It also places emphasis on the main local, national, and international institutions, both public and private, responsible for promoting the arts and culture in contemporary society. Fostering the ability to critically reflect on and analyse works of art is an important objective of the masters. The masters is divided into 7 core modules:

Artistic Production: Processes and Styles;
Art, Context and Society;
Thought and Critical Discourse in Art;
From Project to Dissemination;
Artistic Research Methodology;
Internship;
Dissertation

(It is important to note that this is not a comprehensive list of course subjects and modules: please consult the programme homepage for a comprehensive and fully up-dated list of courses subjects and modules.)

Upon completion of our programme, graduates have the opportunity to pursue a career in a variety of exciting areas. As the programme combines rigour, innovative research and professional development, graduates are versatile and are thus at an advantage in the current labour market. Employment opportunities include teaching, pursuing a full-time career in research, as well as a range of positions in the fields of the arts and culture. It equip them to work in a variety of professional positions related to the plastic arts, graphic design, illustration, staging, lighting, cultural and events management and teaching.
ECTS Credits 60
Duration 1 academic year
Start Date Autumn (September/October to June each year, approximately)
Language Spanish
Application Period 26th February 2016 - 2nd October 2016
How to apply Please consult the Applying and Admissions section
Offered by The International School for Postgraduate Studies
Programme homepage http://masteres.ugr.es/artepi