You will develop your visual skills through multi-dimensional training in all aspects of the profession. These include artistic research, concept development, technical skills, communication and presentation, and entrepreneurial skills in the arts. You will also study theory and acquire research skills that will enable you to delve into the treasures of art history and to make connections to current discourse in the arts. By doing projects every term which cover all the facets of the profession, you learn to collaborate with others, and to organise and document your activities. You will design a personal artistic plan and will develop its content and structure with your tutors. Your focus will be on the international aspects of the profession, on current practices or on the continuation of your studies at master level. You will also learn to work in the public space and to work with the multitude of new possibilities that digital technology offers. During the final phase of your study programme, you will apply your professional knowledge to areas of research drawn from current developments in culture and society. You will select a graduation specialisation from one of three areas of practice on which to concentrate during your study: autonomous, social or commercial practice.This study programme is demanding. Apart from talent and a great affinity with various forms of visual expression, it requires a feeling for tradition and the daring to experiment. International work experience and training can be gained through exchanges with Berlin, Marseille or Vancouver, for example. After your study programme, you can move onto a master degree such as the master of Fine Art at the Piet Zwart Institute.
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- Full Time
Secondary school diploma equivalent to a Dutch HAVO, MBO 4 or VWO diploma and admission exam.
Though the website indicates that this program is conducted in English, it is important to note that the official language for the program is Dutch. However, they use "international classrooms", which means that whenever there are international students in the class the teachers will speak English. No Dutch is needed to apply.
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning