The MA Fine Art course will be split into 3 units over a 45-week course.
- Unit 1 - Establishing a community
- Unit 2 - Making your work public
- Unit 3 - Locating and sustaining your practice
The course will be delivered over 15 months, running from October in one year to the following December.
There will be a break over the summer in July, August and September after the MA show, which will take place after the second unit rather than at the end of the course.
Having completed the MA show students will then be supported to extend their practice into a specifically chosen context away from Chelsea. This will be the third unit, entitled ‘Locating and sustaining your practice’.
This unit will explore how a student might activate their practice within an external context that they have chosen and identified as appropriate to their development. This may include setting up a studio collective with other students from the course, or operating within a professional context within London, the United Kingdom or abroad.
Learning and teaching methods
- Exhibition making and publishing
- Field trips
- In-studio consultancies
- Live projects
- Professional practice workshops
- Technical workshop support
- Theory lectures and discussion forums
- Examination of work in exhibition and live contexts
- Online journal contributions
- Practice analysis
- Peer feedback
- Professional portfolio