The programme is progressive in outlook, fostering openness to new learning and emergent forms of practice, giving students the perspective to place both themselves and their work in a broader global context.
Starting from May 2020 programmes that cover different areas of contemporary art become a part of a new BHSAD and Universal University platform — Moscow School of Contemporary Art.
Britanka Degree Show 2021
What makes the programme unique
A SPACE FOR CREATIVE EXPERIMENTS
PARTICIPATION IN PRESTIGIOUS EXHIBITIONS
MEETINGS WITH EXPERTS IN THE FIELD
SPACIOUS ART STUDIOS
VARIETY OF TECHNIQUES
THINK IT. MAKE IT
A weekly lecture programme and 1-1 tutorials with staff and visiting practitioners will consolidate the understanding of artistic activity and further contextualise the individual position. ‘Series and sequence’ and ‘working in collaboration’ will allow the rolling forward of personal investigation into new realms, culminating in an essay of tutorial reports of 1500 words and an essay of research interests of 1500 words and an end of year show.
- Fine Art Practice 1A
- Fine Art Practice 1B
- Fine Art in Context 1
- Fine Art: Visions, Contexts, Languages (Critical and Cultural Studies)
- Fine Art Practice 2A
- Fine Art Practice 2B
- Fine Art in Context 2
- Fine Art: Debates and Values (Critical and Cultural Studies)
- Fine Art Practice 3A
- Fine Art Practice 3B
- Fine Art Degree Essay (Critical and Cultural Studies)
First of all, the admission committee would like to see how you can generate and develop your ideas; that is why, besides finished projects, the portfolio should also include notebooks with sketches, sketchbooks, written works (articles, essays, if any). Please try to present examples of the best and most recent projects which reflect your creative abilities.
Your portfolio needs to be printed (А3 format or larger). Animation and CG works should be presented on CDs or memory sticks. It advisable to show photographs of large works which otherwise would be difficult to transport.
You may be asked about the history of creation of a particular work and the context of its creation. The panel may ask you about well-known designers to learn about the influence of creative activities of other designers and artists on you, the reason why you follow them and the main incentive for your development in terms of your occupation.