The master’s programme aspires to the further broadening and radical deepening of the artistic practice at a specialized level. You are to develop well-founded, relevant and targeted visual research that responds to contemporary issues on art/design and society.
The master’s programme constitutes a dynamics in which you are permanently challenged to radicalize your work and establish links with the multidisciplinary research platforms. A strong commitment is expected to show work in the public space and to open it up to discussion.
Besides the development of the artistic work and of the research process, interactions with the field (profiling) and with the international context (positioning) form the foundations of this training.
To enrol in the master’s programme a bachelor’s degree in visual arts is required. Students with professional training in the fine arts must first successfully complete a bridging programme in BA3. The curriculum of this bridging programme depends on the content of the previously completed training.
Language of instruction: Dutch, Required language level: A1
Foreign students can follow the classes in English.
The annual tuition fee for the 2018-2019 academic year will presumably be : € 923 for EEA students and € 3700 for non-EEA students
A flat fee will be charged depending on the chosen programme.