Call for applications: MA programme in Fine Art

Call for applications: MA programme in Fine Art

Faculty of Fine Art, Music and Design at University of Bergen

Bjørn-Henrik Lybeck, But the Artist Kept Collecting (Counting Days), 2013. 774 handpicked rocks, backpack. Courtesy of Bjørn-Henrik Lybeck.
January 5, 2016
Call for applications: MA programme in Fine Art

Application deadline: February 1, 2016
Programme start: August 2016

Bergen Academy of Art and Design 
Strømgt. 1
5015 Bergen

The Master in Fine Art programme at the Bergen Academy of Art and Design is an international, two-year programme known for its dynamic, non-medium-specific approach to higher education in the arts.

This programme believes in the art academy not just as a place of transition into professional practice, but as an important arena in itself, one where artistic discourse and production can be actively developed, questioned and challenged. The programme focuses on artistic practice and exhibition, critical discussion, experimentation, theory and writing as main teaching tools.

Students admitted to the Master programme are active artists, self-driven, able to work in groups, and interested in developing a critical language.

Students accepted into the programme have access to individual work-spaces, project rooms, various workshops, and funds to plan and carry out academic and research components during their course.

The programme includes study trips, group exhibitions, and collaborations with other professional artistic institutions and venues in Norway and abroad. The final MA exhibition is held at Bergen Kunsthall, one of Scandinavia’s most prestigious art institutions.

Teaching language is English, and there are no tuition fees.
Candidates apply with a portfolio and CV. Follow this link for the application form.

Recent guest teachers include: Federica Bueti, Jeremy Shaw, Raimundas Malašauskas, Fatima Hellberg, Aaron Schuster, Adam Kleinman, Nora Sternfeld, Antonis Pittas, Daniela Cascella, Henning Bergsvåg, Jan Verwoert, Phoebe Cummings.

Faculty: Alena Alexandrova, Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen, Anne Helen Mydland, Annika Eriksson, Arne Skaug Olsen, Caroline Kierluf, Duncan Higgins, Frans Jacobi, Adrià Julià, Hilde Hauan, Ingrid Aarset, Kari Dyrdal, Lars Lofthus, Neil Brownsword, Richard Launder, Steven Dixon, Thomas Pihl, Anne Szefer Karlsen, Toril Johannessen, Annette Kierulf, Brandon Labelle, Christine Hansen, Eamon O’Kane, Heidi Nikolaisen, Herbert Wiegand, Jon Pettersen, Kjersti Sundland, Sabine Popp, Sveinung Unneland, Thomas Kilpper, Tone Saastad, Øystein Hauge.

Programme Coordinator: Pedro Gómez-Egaña



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