Art is the most profound expression of the human creativity. The artist chooses his/her own rules and working parameters and thus art is the result of the choice of a particular medium, set of rules for using this medium and set of values that determine what is worth expressing through that medium in order to transmit a feeling, idea or sensation. Through this manifestation, art can also be considered as a form of exploration and knowledge gathering.
Art can be divided into several forms like: plastic art – painting, sculpting, architecture, graphic, etc, dramatic art – theatre, dance, choreography, cinematography, musical art – vocal music, instrumental music, literature – epic, dramatic, lyric and many other forms.
Art History is an auxiliary branch of History science that researches the evolution of art throughout history. From this perspective, art can be classified by position in time in: prehistoric art, ancient art, medieval art and modern art. The study opportunities for a potential student of this field are enormous and so are the specialization possibilities, as each of the above mentioned sections comprises countless sub-sections.
An arts degree opens up a broad range of opportunities and it is up to the student to decide what narrower area he/she would like to focus on. The Bureau of Labour Statistics is forecasting employment growth in this sector, especially in teaching positions.
Filmmaking - Business & Producing : The programme is led by experienced filmmaking practitioners, including directors, writers, producers, editors, and post-production picture and sound specialists, and consists of a series of modules dedicated to each pathway. Each student on the programme will complete a portfolio of filmmaking projects, plus a final Masters research or production project.
Filmmaking - Cinematography : The programme is led by experienced filmmaking practitioners, including directors, writers, producers, editors, and post-production picture and sound specialists, and consists of a series of modules dedicated to each pathway. Each student on the programme will complete a portfolio of filmmaking projects, plus a final Masters research or production project.
The Master of Arts is designed to enable graduates to pursue further studies in an area of personal interest, for professional development, or as a pathway to higher degree research, by studying a number of graduate level units.
The Research Master-programme is open for the Master students of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. As an integral part of the a.r.t.e.s. Graduate School and aims at academically committed students, who have shown exceptional interest in research during their undergraduate studies and who – already during the MA studies and with a view to a subsequent PhD – wish to be involved in current research in the fields of excellence of the faculty.
The new Master in Arts Management at Rouen Business School is taught entirely in english and designed to create innovative leaders in arts.
Medieval Studies is a well-known and internationally recognised area of expertise at Bangor. Over the decades particular strengths in Arthurian literature, Welsh History and Archaeology and Cymraeg, as well as Music have attracted postgraduates to Bangor to work with experts in each of these areas.
The „Master of Design / Media Spaces“ investigates the use of spatial strategies and constructs in the realms of art, design, architecture and popular media. The development of real and virtual spaces often with digital technologies forms the foundation of this three semester master program in Berlin.
The course allows students to specialise in Solo Performance with further training in up to three complimentary areas.
This course provides an interdisciplinary study of the history of both art and design. As well as advancing your knowledge of developments that have occurred in these vibrant areas of practice in modernity, and in particular the last 50 years, the course will also provide you with transferable skills in history, theory and research.
You will develop a specialist practice (in actor training, theatre direction, choreography/movement coaching, arts management or musical-theatre direction/choreography) whilst working in close association with colleagues following the other pathways. This congruence of study routes adds value by way of close connection between cognate areas of arts direction/leadership activities, with opportunities to develop strong collaborative partnerships with colleagues that stand to last long beyond the duration of the programme.
The Graduate Certificate in Arts is designed to enable graduates to commence or pursue further studies in an area of personal interest. Students are able to tailor a program of study to suit their interests.
This course offers graduates, educators and practitioners in photography an immersive opportunity to re-contextualise and extend their capabilities in both theoretical and contextual approaches at a higher level.