Fine Art MFA

Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design

Explore, experiment, create and develop your art practice in a supportive, collegiate and nurturing environment

Date of entry

September 2022

Start date

September 2022

Duration

12 months

Study mode

Full Time

Location

Develop your art practice in a supportive, collegiate and nurturing environment, thanks to our student-centered approach to research, learning and teaching.

This course embraces all forms of art practice and celebrates the inherent diversity in each student cohort, including:

  • sculpture
  • painting
  • photography
  • drawing
  • printmaking
  • audio and video
  • performance
  • installation
  • work in the public domain

You’ll have the opportunity to work across the traditionally medium‐defined boundaries imposed by many fine art programmes. In this highly interdisciplinary course we encourage interaction between disciplines by exploring visual knowledge and expression across a range of platforms.

Throughout the course you’ll build upon and develop practical making and research skills to explore current attitudes and phenomena in the context of contemporary art practice. Through lively debates, both in physical and digital communities, you’ll strengthen your ability to self‐evaluate, through reflective practice and cumulative progression.  

“The Fine Art studios are some the best studio spaces are in the building. There’s so much light – you get light all throughout day, and we’re so lucky to get so much space. At the same time, it’s quite sociable and everyone is inspired by each other. You get a lot from being around so many people, and so many artists doing different things.”

Chloe Alexander, BA (Hons) Fine Art graduate

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