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Call for Application Master Programme «Mediation of Art» and Master Programme «Art in Public Spheres»


Call for Application Master Programme «Mediation of Art» and Master Programme «Art in Public Spheres»
Master of Arts in Fine Arts – Lucerne School of Art and Design
www.hslu.ch/de-ch/design-kunst/studium/master/fine-arts/

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Deadline: 15 May 2015

Contact

sabine.gebhardtfink@hslu.ch
+41 41 248 61 27

Address

www.hslu.ch/de-ch/design-kunst/studium/master/fine-arts/
Lucerne School of Art and Design
Sentimatt 1/ Dammstrasse
6003 Lucerne
Switzerland

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We would like to announce the possibility of two research-based directions for the Master's of Arts in Fine Arts at the Lucerne School of Art and Design: «Art Mediation» which addresses contemporary strategies between curating, art mediation and artistic research and «Art in Public Spheres» which addresses art in relation to contemporary notions of public space and participation. Both these directions will be in collaboration with current research projects at the university. Please send a short research proposal, your portfolio and a letter of motivation.

The Master of Arts in Fine Arts
programme offers support for personal artistic projects through group and individual mentoring from international artists, academics, professionals in the art field and curators. The theoretical part of the course is supported and developed through a series of public lectures, tutorials and guest professorships. In addition to this, there will be practice-based seminars on creating exhibitions, art projects in the public sphere, projects in art-mediation and on entering competitions. The research-focused seminars are an important part of the Master's thesis in both «Art Mediation» and «Art in Public Spheres».

The Master of Fine Arts in Lucerne
is an artistic, practice-based and theoretically informed master's programme. Our aim is to create a precise focus on art in public spheres, critical image practices and art mediation as an artistic strategy.