2013 MA Fine Art Degree Show
Weekdays: 6th – 20th September, 10.00am – 6.00pm
Weekend: 7th September, 10.00am – 4.00pm
Preview: 11th September 2013, 5 – 8pm
Hanover Building, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, PR1 2HE
MA Fine Art: Site & Archive Interventions
MA Fine Art: Studio Practice
The work on show represents the continual dynamic shifts and debates within the diversity of contemporary practice. There is fascinating work on show including painting, sculpture, printmaking, moving image, photography and inventive forms of installation combined with some very innovative forms of public engagement, site related, historical archiving and inventive documentation of social projects.
MA Fine Art supports dedicated individuals who are seeking to develop their own individual creative practice within a questioning and experimental environment. The MA gives artists opportunities to find their own way within the variety of creative disciplines and by exploring the representation of history and place with temporary public interventions and socially engaged projects to generate critical debates and an informed audience.
The MA Programme focuses on developing professional career opportunities within an experimental learning environment where research and project development creates ambitious programmes of study. The MA continues to work with the most interesting artists, social contexts and cultural industries and galleries to facilitate creative
opportunities and dialogue. We thank the many people who have been involved with the MA for their support, participation and encouragement.
We wish the graduating MA students continuing creative achievement and success as professional artists and we wish them well for the future.
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If you wish to discuss the course further, arrange a visit, or a meeting with a member of the course team please telephone 01772 893180.
Pete Clarke, MA Fine Art Course Leader: email@example.com