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Glasgow School of Art: One- and two-year Master in Fine Art programmes
Conor Cooke, Making Distance the Right Way Round, 2013. Photograph.

Glasgow School of Art

One- and two-year Master in Fine Art programmes

MLitt application deadline:
31 March 2014

The Glasgow School of Art
167 Renfrew Street
Glasgow G3 6JA
United Kingdom

www.gsa.ac.uk 

M.Litt in Fine Art Practice: Sculpture, Photography, Print Media and Painting
The Master of Letters (MLitt) in Fine Art Practice is a one-year taught postgraduate programme in the School of Fine Art at GSA that is made up of four specialist pathways: Painting, Photography, Print Media and Sculpture. 

The programme provides opportunities for students to pursue an in-depth subject specific study in fine art practice, supported by specialist staff through tutorials, critiques, lectures and seminars. Students also interact with peers from other subject areas of the programme, principally through lectures and workshops that address research skills and other more generic, conceptual or philosophical issues. Additionally, students benefit from a portfolio of core research skills and elective courses covering a range of practice-led and academic disciplines (including a Studio Teaching elective course specifically designed to offer teaching experience to our postgraduate Fine Art students.) A balanced curriculum ensures that students are able to fully devote themselves to their chosen field of study, whilst supporting their learning through the provision of a range of interdisciplinary opportunities for critical reflection and personal development.

Students are based within subject specific pathway studios and have access to an exemplary range of facilities, covering all aspects of traditional media to the most current digital technologies. All pathways within the programme encompass both the realisation of ideas through historical methodologies and processes and an engagement with the newer territories of the expanded field.

The programme seeks to attract outstanding and highly motivated applicants for the 2014–2015 academic year. Applicants would normally have completed a BA degree but applicants with experience in other areas may also be considered. 

For information on the programme and specific pathways, please contact:

MLitt in Fine Art Practice (Sculpture pathway)
Paul Cosgrove: p.cosgrove@gsa.ac.uk / T +44 (0) 141 353 4573

M.Litt in Fine Art Practice (Photography pathway)
Lesley Punton: l.punton@gsa.ac.uk / T +44 (0) 141 353 4683

M.Litt in Fine Art Practice (Print Media pathway)
Mick McGraw: m.mcgraw@gsa.ac.uk / T +44 (0) 141 353 4460

M.Litt in Fine Art Practice (Painting pathway)
Jim Birrell: j.birrell@gsa.ac.uk / T +44 (0) 141 566 1416

We are also aiming to run additional pathways in Drawing and Photography, and the Moving Image in session 2014–15.

How to apply
Applications are made through the Registry: registry@gsa.ac.uk  

Deadline for applications: 31 March 

Master of Fine Art programme
This two-year multidisciplinary programme seeks to attract outstanding and highly motivated applicants for the 2014–2015 academic year.

A long established internationally recognised programme of study, the MFA offers students an extraordinary opportunity to analyse their studio practice in depth, and to modify, develop and secure it accordingly.  

MFA students have an active relation to the delivery of the programme curriculum, whilst also contributing to and learning from the experiences of their peers and the wider art community based within the city of Glasgow. Within this situation a premium is placed upon independence, originality, initiative and enterprise. Students develop their individual working practices in order to explore and advance their own specific interests and academic agendas. Such interests usually take the form of a combination of formal, technical, thematic and theoretical concerns. Students are also encouraged to explore their practices in relation to wider cultural, theoretical and historical contexts by means of individual research activity. Regular tutorial support from MFA core teaching team and a wide range of visiting lecturers (e.g. artists, critics, curators) allows students the opportunity to discuss their work with experts, and critical feedback is also available by means of regular group critiques. Additionally, students benefit from a portfolio of core research skills and elective courses covering a range of practice-led and academic disciplines (including a Studio Teaching elective course specifically designed to offer teaching experience to our postgraduate Fine Art students.)

Further information
John Calcutt, MFA Programme Leader: j.calcutt@gsa.ac.uk / T +44 (0) 141 353 4759
Kara Fogg, Programme Administrator: k.fogg@gsa.ac.uk  / T +44 (0) 141 353 4798


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