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Central to the programme is the core course, a lecture and seminar series that introduces you to a range of critical perspectives that have shaped the history and theory of the discipline. As such, the course encourages you to develop a fuller awareness of art´s cultural and political significance in the past, and asks you to relate your historical understanding to current debates among artists, critics and historians. This is accompanied by a laboratory course, which gives you the opportunity to process the taught materials further through strategies such as museum and gallery visits, film screenings, and experimental projects. You also choose one option course and one special subject. These in-depth courses allow you to explore themes in art history or theory that are of particular interest to you.
You should have an undergraduate degree of at least second class standard in a relevant subject.
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