What are we providing?
In an interdisciplinary learning environment, students have the opportunity to develop independent and collaborative research projects. Through a theoretically informed, critical and reflexive approach, students develop and evaluate their practice in a peer-to-peer context.
We offer a research environment that connects cultural studies, visual and digital cultures and we invite students to generate strategies and speculative as well as materialist praxes that might expand the social and aesthetic sensorium of society. Students are stimulated to re-envision artistic engagement through an open ended and creative process.
The aim of the Visual Arts and Post-Contemporary Practice programme from St. Joost Master Institute for Visual Cultures is to enable starting artists to develop intellectual and practical skills and the confidence to do what every new generation of artists has to do: to redefine their practice and their role in relation to society.
The Master Institute of Visual Cultures is a locally grounded international community of learning and research. The programme offers dedicated Master studio space’s, which are open 24/7. We are developing sustainable methods of art production, such as the use of non-toxic oil paints and awareness of waste. Our outstanding workshop and technical facilities, including techlab - VR/AR and interactive media - and access to workshops across film & photography, print, wood, ceramics, metal - allow students to immerse themselves in innovative artistic development projects, and are supported by a team of experienced staff on hand.
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- The interdisciplinary curriculum across the MA FAD offers students flexibility, as well as a fixed programme of mandatory courses and elective modules that are shared across our MA pathways in Situated Design, Visual Arts and Post-Contemporary Practice and Ecology Futures.
- Fixed elements are: Independent Studio Practice, General Academic Studies (GAS), Professional Practice and Research Seminars (pathway specific). Flexible elements allow students to design their own curriculum through: Elective Modules, Tutorials (one-to-one and group), Skills Based Workshops, Lectures, Excursions and Group Critiques.
- Residencies, Internships, PhD preparatory trajectory and Caradt Research Fellowships offer students the possibility to broaden the spectrum of their personal curriculum choices.
- 24 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- Apply before
The deadlines for the open call for admissions will take place at:
- 1st round: 1 December
- 2nd round: 15 March
- 3rd round: 1 June
DisciplinesVisual Arts Liberal Arts View 25 other Masters in Liberal Arts in Netherlands
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- Admission requirements include a CV, portfolio, artistic statement and research proposal. Your documents will be reviewed by our admissions committee. The committee will determine if your artistic work, theoretical knowledge and academic goals match the Master’s programme you have applied for. Based on the outcome of the pre-selection you will be invited for a selection interview.
- The MIVC has effective arrangements in place for managing the quality of information provided for potential applicants. The MIVC proactively supports transition to master education and is responsive to individual needs. Support is given by the Head, Pathway leaders, the coordinator and programme producer.
International8296 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 8296 EUR per year during 24 months.
EU/EEA2083 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 2083 EUR per year during 24 months.
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The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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