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Tutors

Fine Art Masters Programme

Art, Society, Nature

International Masters Programme
in Fine Art

The Margate School (TMS) has developed an exciting international Masters programme called Art, Society, Nature in the discipline of Fine Art worth 120 ECTS credits. The great news is that it has now been approved by our French partners, the renowned art school from Normandy L’École Supérieure d’Art et Design Le Havre-Rouen (ESADHaR) with the support of the Council of Normandy and the French Ministry of Education.

 

The Diplôme National Supérieur d’Expression Plastique (DNSEP) accredited and framed Masters programme Art, Society, Nature runs over two years and offers a unique opportunity of mastering the students fine art practice in an international context with a range of established artists and academics. A majority of the teaching and research will be in Margate yet students will also be required to attend seminars, workshops and present their work at the ESADHaR campuses in France (Rouen and Le Havre). It is a very new and groundbreaking collaboration in the field of art education for both England and France and we are proud for The Margate School to be pioneering this unique Anglo-French collaboration.

‘Art, Society, Nature’ will be delivered in a 2 days per week teaching format (Tuesdays and Wednesdays). Students will be required to attend theoretical classes (e.g. Philosophy and History of Art) in the morning and studio sessions in the afternoon. The afternoon sessions offer engagement in a diverse art practice like sculpture, video art, photography and drawing. In the second year students focus on the ‘personal project’ where more tailored sessions and supervision will be offered from TMS members of staff and the below listed MA tutors. For information about teaching hours, credits and more details you can access the draft 2019/20 timetable here.

 

For specific questions about the Masters programme please contact Raphael Sieraczek, TMS Director of Art & Education, at raph@themargateschool.com

Recruitment

Recruitment for the 2020/21 Academic Year starts in April 2020

Fees

 

£4,000 per annum (2 year programme)


 

 

Entry requirements

Candidates are required to hold a BA degree in an art related discipline (e.g. fine art, design, media), present a portfolio of their work and attend an interview with TMS/ESADHaR members of staff.

Tutors

Prof Anthony Heywood

Anthony has taught at the RCA sculpture schools as well as Cyprus College of Art and is currently Head of Sculpture at the University for the Creative Arts, Canterbury.  His approach to making sculptures draws upon art history as well as contemporary cultural and political events. He often works with upcycled materials, the used and the useless, subverting their functions to play with conventional systems of classification and notions of so-called high and low art to provide fresh perspectives on the things that constitute the world around us.  

He is currently exhibiting at the Florence biennale Italy, in march this year exhibited with SBK galleries Amsterdam and has invitation to exhibit at the Venice architecture bienalle 2020

thesculpturepark.com

Dr Gill Wilson

Gill started as a graphic designer running a design business for over 20 years before joining education. She taught in a specialist art and design environment for many years. She was involved in the politics of widening participation in art education and worked as a consultant during the last Labour government. She has written Student and Teaching Guides to support arts qualifications. Gill has a Doctorate in Education and led the Research Units for a Master of Arts PGC in Creative Arts Education until recently, when she decided to devote more time to her own practice.

Stéphane Trois Carrés

Stéphane Trois Carrés is a painter, video artist and Professor in charge of the Media department in Upper Normandy College of Art ESADHAR (Ecole Supérieure d’Art et de Design du Havre) as well as lecturer at Media and Technology Master IMAC, at Université Paris Est de Marne La Vallée in Paris.

troiscarres.com

Dr Lucy Lyons

Lucy has a PhD in drawing and uses drawing as intervention into different disciplines. She has worked in medical sciences through researching medical museum collections since 2000, investigating how the activity of drawing can lead to better understanding and appreciation of medical phenomena through “slow looking.”  She is a lecturer in drawing research and painting at City & Guilds of London Art School, MA tutor on Open College of the Arts and runs an Art and Anatomy module for medical students at UCL.
www.lucylyons.org

Dr Lucy Lyons

Lucy has a PhD in drawing and uses drawing as intervention into different disciplines. She has worked in medical sciences through researching medical museum collections since 2000, investigating how the activity of drawing can lead to better understanding and appreciation of medical phenomena through “slow looking.”  She is a lecturer in drawing research and painting at City & Guilds of London Art School, MA tutor on Open College of the Arts and runs an Art and Anatomy module for medical students at UCL.
www.lucylyons.org

Sebastian Edge

Sebastian is an artist primarily working with the wet collodion process. In 2011 Sebastian made imagery for Radiohead’s album “The King of Limbs”. Later that year he began constructing The North London Darkroom, which is shared with other photographers and printmakers. He regularly works on projects in his distinctive photographic style.

sebastianedge.co.uk

Sebastian Edge

Sebastian is an artist primarily working with the wet collodion process. In 2011 Sebastian made imagery for Radiohead’s album “The King of Limbs”. Later that year he began constructing The North London Darkroom, which is shared with other photographers and printmakers. He regularly works on projects in his distinctive photographic style.

sebastianedge.co.uk

Dr Kristin Fredricksson

Kristin has been making and teaching performance in many contexts and countries since 1994. Her first degree was in Philosophy and History of Art from Cambridge University. She trained with Jacques Lecoq in Paris in the 90s, including the Bahaus-inspired Laboratory of Movement Study (L.E.M.). She made the multi award-winning show ‘Everything Must Go’ with her company Beady Eye during an MA Practice as Research at Kent University. Her PhD (Royal Holloway) straddled touch, puppetry, Feldenkrais Method and vibrant materialism; she has been a Feldenkrais somatic education practitioner since 2005. She has taught at the universities of Kent, Cambridge, Queen Mary and at Rose Bruford. www.kristinfredricksson.com

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