Royal College of Art: Contemporary Art Practice
|Institution||Royal College of Art|
|Department||School of Arts and Humanities|
|Telephone||020 7590 4444|
The Contemporary Art Practice programme offers a discursive environment in which to discuss contemporary issues for thinking about, making and displaying fine art. We deliver this via four pathways: Critical Practice, Moving Image, Performance and Public Sphere.
Our approach to Contemporary Art Practice is not determined by either technology or material, although you’ll be expected to utilise the appropriate technical means to make your works. You’ll have access to College-wide technical workshops according to academic need, as well as all facilities within the School of Arts & Humanities.
We offer a discursive environment in which to discuss contemporary issues for thinking about, making and displaying fine art supported by individual tutorials, seminars and cross-pathway crits. You’ll have had a flexible studio space that can be used collectively or individually and access to a range of technical facilities and opportunities to contribute to exhibitions, projects, overseas travel and international exchanges (including Paris and Kyoto).
When applying for this programme, you select one of these specialist pathways.
Critical Practice Extend and develop the critical dimensions of your practice
Moving Image Documentary, abstract film, and script-driven narrative cinema
Performance Clarifying what making performances means as a whole or as part of a broader working practice
About the RCA The Royal College of Art, is an internationally renowned art and design university, providing students with unrivalled opportunities to deliver art and design projects that transform the world.
A small, specialist and research-intensive postgraduate university based in the heart of London, the RCA is a high performing institution, a radical traditionalist in a fast paced world. The RCA's approach is founded on the premise that art, design creative thinking, science, engineering and technology must all collaborate to solve today's global challenges.
In March 2020 the RCA was named the world’s leading art and design university for the sixth consecutive year in the QS World University subject rankings.
|Level||RQF Level 7|
Candidates are selected entirely on merit and applications are welcomed from all over the world. The selection process considers creativity, imagination and innovation as demonstrated in your portfolio, as well as your potential to benefit from the programme and to achieve high MA standards overall.
Candidates are generally expected to have a good BA degree from a fine art course. You should be able to demonstrate an original and critical approach to fine art as well as an ability to engage with current theories of art and culture that inform their practice.
Creativity, imagination and innovation
Each programme is looking for different things in a portfolio. Each Head of Programme provides specific advice on portfolio requirements in the online application system. We advise you to consider these requirements carefully before submitting your application.
|EU||19500 GBP for Whole course|
|England||19500 GBP for Whole course|
|Northern Ireland||19500 GBP for Whole course|
|Scotland||19500 GBP for Whole course|
|Wales||19500 GBP for Whole course|
|International||58000 GBP for Whole course|
|Channel Islands||29000 GBP for Whole course|
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