Develop the basis for further study in art history, gallery studies, or related disciplines. To develop a comparative understanding of the ways in which aesthetic judgements are constructed and aesthetic processes are experienced with regards to contemporary art. Promote a sense of the complex social, cultural, and institutional interactions between the production and reception of contemporary art and acquire the critical tools necessary to reflect upon these interactions. A partnership-based approach to support opportunities for work placements in prestigious museums and galleries . A working relationship with a host institution in London for teaching in Term 2.
- The small team works tirelessly to support the crucial work of arts organisations and individual artists across Wales.
- Building confidence and a repertoire of flexible, responsive, adaptable and transferable skills will help to future-proof your careers.
- This will have a live focus, e.g. working in industry on a work experience placement or working