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Lund University

Sweden

Art & Design

Art

Bachelor of Fine Art

3 years

€0 pa

Programme profile


This programme, which is delivered at the Malmo Art Academy, is aimed at developing your knowledge and understanding of Fine Art, including knowledge of the practical and theoretical basis of the area and knowledge and experience of methods and processes used. The programme is also aimed at developing your capacity for independently creating, realising, and expressing your own ideas, including identifying, formulating, and solving artistic and interpretational problems.

The programme begins with a foundation course dealing primarily with different artistic techniques and basic art theory. Malmo Art Academy has no separate departments. Students organise their own curriculum, choosing from a wide range of technical and theoretical courses, many of which are taught by internationally renowned artists.

The Academy will interview 25 applicants for the 12 places on the programme.

Programme content


Year 1: Introductory modules in art theory, writing skills, video editing, photography, and sculpting techniques.Students choose from a number of modules, including artistic techniques, interpretation, art history, art theory, and related areas. All artistic work is supervised through dialogue with the teachers/tutors

Year 2: Students continue to build their programme by choosing further modules from subjects such as artistic techniques, artistic interpretation, art history, film history, art theory, and related areas. They continue with their own work.

Year 3: Students need to do some compulsory modules, in preparation for their examination: These include: Economy and Law, Administration for Artists and Creative Writing. The spring term is devoted to an examination assignment encompassing 20 credits, which is to be presented in a group exhibition. The examination also consists of a verbal presentation of the student"s artistic work. During the spring term, there are regular discussions with teachers and invited curators on the subject of what it means to participate in a group exhibition.

Progression


The university offers a related Masters programme, taught through English, in the following area:

- Fine Art

Entry Requirements


General Certificate of Education (with examination in 8 subjects where at least 3 are A-levels, alternatively 2 A-levels + 2 AS-levels. Subjects to include Maths.

Leaving Certificate showing at least 6 subjects of which at least 2 Higher Level subjects (at least Grade H5).Subjects to include Maths.

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