Master of Visual Arts
- 课程级别：硕士学位/Master's Degree（9级）
- 学费：$26,610 NZD Per Year
- 授课校区：Otago Polytechnic
- The ability to think laterally and independently.
- To be motivated and have a good work ethic.
- Confidence and the ability to accept criticism.
- To be adaptable and open to new ideas.
This Master of Visual Arts qualification may lead to higher level employment opportunities in the arts sector. Gain transferable skills which are highly valued in a huge variety of industries including education, art and design, arts management, editorial and curatorial practices.
Enjoy the chance to develop and present mastery of the professional, conceptual and technical skills relevant to your chosen field in the production of an original, independently-developed exhibition and associated writings. Choose to study at the Dunedin School of Art and enter into a lively and challenging environment where you will benefit from the nationally unique workshop facilities, a focus on individual supervision and the expertise of lecturers who have a diverse range of approaches and understandings in the Visual Arts and design.
Location: Dunedin School of Art (P Block, Riego Street) OR a low residency option is available for students based outside Dunedin.
Options for completion
18-month course is 180 credit pathway to achieve PGCertVA and MVA
Successful completion of the Postgraduate Certificate in Visual Arts (60 credits, 6 months) will give you direct and guaranteed entry into the Master of Visual Arts (120 credits, 1 year).
Two year course is 240 credit pathway to achieve PGCertVA, PGDipVA and MVA.
Successful completion of the Postgraduate Certificate in Visual Arts (60 credits, 6 months) will give you direct and guaranteed entry into the Postgraduate Diploma in Visual Arts (60 credits, 6 months). Once you then successfully achieve the Postgraduate Diploma, you will have direct and guaranteed entry to the Master of Visual Arts (120 credits, 1 year).
You will study
Embrace the opportunity to further develop your skills, knowledge and experience of the history and contemporary conventions of your field. Produce a proposal-based body of critically engaged studio work, present this work in a public space and write a conceptual research paper contextualising the body of studio work produced.
In semester one, studio work is developed typically as an extension of work from the Postgraduate Certificate or Diploma of Visual Arts and includes the delivery of an oral seminar paper in the School's Public Research Seminar programme alongside an essay draft for critical feedback.
Semester two builds on the work done in semester one with the production of an independently-developed and original exhibition and an extended 7,500 word essay.
Further study options
Transfer and upgrading to the first year of the Master of Fine Arts programme (two years full-time at Level 9) will be possible by portfolio, interview and research project proposal or by invitation of the postgraduate coordinator after the completion of the first semester review of the Master of Visual Arts. In this case, students forfeit the Master of Visual Arts as a formal qualification and work towards obtaining the Master of Fine Arts instead. Alternatively, choose to expand your career options further by pursuing a Doctor of Visual Arts (DVA) in New Zealand or overseas.
You must have successfully completed the Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours) (Level 8) OR the Postgraduate Certificate in Visual Arts (Level 8) OR an equivalent postgraduate qualification worth a minimum of 60 credits in a related area.
If you do not hold the above qualifications, you must demonstrate appropriate ability through a portfolio and associated writings.
International students will be individually assessed to ensure they meet the entry requirements.
If English is not your first language, you must also demonstrate English language skills equivalent to an IELTS overall band score (academic) of 6.5, with no band score less than 6.0.
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