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BFA in Fine Arts

The Bachelor of Fine Art Program encourages the exploration of different forms, places and situations for making, producing and presenting art works. It also consistently considers the different audiences that can be brought together through art practices.

We work with you to develop and synthesise your practical, conceptual and contextual understanding as an artist. We ask you to consider how these can be applied beyond the Academy context after you graduate.

The emphasis of our teaching is increasingly on a collaborative environment in which teachers often work as a team. We employ different modes of learning for different situations - such as individual studio talks, group discussions and critiques, visits to exhibitions and topical seminars. You also have the opportunity to experience a wide range of guest lecturers and international and Swedish visitors to the Academy.

The core courses operate around studio-based classes alongside writing-based art and cultural theory classes. In addition you can choose from a suite of media specific and elective courses to support your learning, offering further dialogue about the formal and conceptual issues related to specific forms of contemporary practice. To assist the development of your workyou have access to a variety of production workshops: wood, metal, sculpture, digital hub, photo lab, video production and editing, lighting and sound studios.

Courses are conducted full-time for three academic years and lead to the Bachelor of Fine Art.

The study language of the BFA programme is Swedish and you can find all information on how to apply on the Swedish page.

Page Manager: Anna Holgén|Last update: 11/16/2016
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