Masters at Sint-Lukas Brussels:
master exhibition and calls for applications

Masters at Sint-Lukas Brussels:
master exhibition and calls for applications

LUCA School of Arts

Photographer is Jeroen Lindeboom.
June 11, 2013
Masters at Sint-Lukas Brussels: master exhibition and calls for applications

On the occasion of the master exhibitions, the campus Sint-Lukas Brussels of LUCA School of Arts is launching a call for applications for its MA programmes in arts and design.

Exhibition date
June 20–July 30, 2013

Open days
September 4, 2013

Application deadlines
MA Visual and Audiovisual Arts: May 31 or August 15, 2013
MA Transmedia: October 1, 2013
MA DOC NOMADS: Reopens September 1, 2013

Master programs
Visual and Audiovisual Arts
Sint-Lukas Brussels offers a Master of Audiovisual Arts and a Master of Visual Arts. Master students specialise as artists and designers in Animation Film, Film, Photography, Information Design, Comic Design, Social Design or Fine Art.

A master’s program is a one-year, full-time course consisting of three units: critical practice and cross-over, Studio and the master’s project or graduation project. The artistically distinct visions, extensive individual guidance and advanced facilities create tailor-made educational programs. In addition, students can rely on the connections of the university college with both national and international cultural and social institutions and professional organisations.

For some students, the master’s degree might be a step towards the Advanced Master’s degree Transmedia (see below), post academic degrees elsewhere or a PhD.

Application deadlines
May 31, 2013
August 15, 2013

Transmedia is a two-year, full-time advanced master course in arts, media and design leading to a master’s degree in Transmedia. The program focuses on research as an integrated mix of art practice and critical thought. The multidisciplinary, international environment places your practice at the core of the program and fosters a dialogue with experts about your artistic practice.

We welcome candidates from a variety of backgrounds. Student numbers are limited. Full program and applications:

Application deadline
October 1, 2013

DOC NOMADS European Master Course is a two-year-long documentary film-making program course taught in English and delivered by three European institutions: Sint Lukas Brussels, Universities: Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias (Lisbon) and LUCA School of Arts campus Sint-Lukas Brussels and the consortium leader, the University of Theatre and Film Arts (Budapest).

DOC NOMADS aims at developing students’ basic skills in techniques, fieldwork, and writing, as well as their creative filmmaking and managing skills in an international production environment within the framework of a truly integrated training. This is the only film program supported by the Erasmus Mundus program of the European Commission. Prospective students have to go through an admission process and may apply for scholarships to cover travel costs and other expenses.

Applications, 2014–2016
Applications for 2014–2016 reopen September 1, 2013.

Master exhibition
The master exhibition of Sint-Lukas Brussels showcases the results of the master programmes of master students in:

–Animation Film: June 28–30, 2013, campus Sint-Lukas Brussel

–Comic Design: June 28–30, 2013, campus Sint-Lukas Brussel

–Information Design: June 28–30, 2013, campus Sint-Lukas Brussel

–Fine Art: June 27–July 7, 2013, Bozarshop

–Photography: June 20–30 Galerie Wolke

–Social design: June 28–30, 2013, campus Sint-Lukas Brussel

–Transmedia: June 14–23, Cinema Galeries

For more information please contact our international office via mail: [email protected].

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