Estonian Academy of Arts is welcoming applications for international Master’s programmes
Estonian Academy of Arts, Estonia
Application deadline: May 3, 2018
Image: Neckpiece by Triin Kukk, Tawashi, German silver. Photo: Triin Kukk. Design & Crafts MA programme, specialisation in jewellery and blacksmithing.
Estonian Academy of Arts offers eight international Master’s programmes:
• Contemporary Art
• Design and Crafts (6 specialisations: Ceramics, Glass Art and Design, Jewellery and Blacksmithing, Textile Design, Fashion Design or Leather Art and Design)
• Design and Technology Futures
• Interaction Design
• Interior Architecture
• Literature, Visual Culture and Film Studies
• Urban Studies (free)
The programmes are designed for artists and designers with the ambition to develop and enrich their individual practice with cross-disciplinary investigations. EAA encourages bold experimentation, and students are able to take courses and workshops outside of their specialisations.
EAA’s curricula are constructed in such a way as to cultivate the analytical abilities and critical thinking of students who develop into environmentally and socially conscientious creators. The lecturers and instructors are professionals in their field — internationally recognised artists, architects, designers, historians, and scholars who provide unique, individualised study and personal mentorship in a quaint and synergetic atmosphere.
Studies take place in small groups of carefully selected students, and the Estonian Academy of Arts prides itself on the low student-to-professor ratio. This creates a more personal, one-on-one approach to instruction and a family-like, close-knit atmosphere.
Image: Jewellery “immortal” by Erinn M. Cox. Photo: Sigrid Kuusk. Design & Crafts MA programme, specialisation in jewellery and blacksmithing.
The teaching language of the international Master’s programmes is English. Duration of each programme is two years (120 ECTS). Applications for the 2018/2019 academic year will be accepted until 3 May 2018.
NB! In summer 2018, EAA will move into a brand new building in central Tallinn and the new academic year will begin in the new inspiring environment in September 2018.
For more information about Estonian Academy of Arts’ international MA programmes and admission requirements, please visit http://artun.ee/masters or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Estonian Academy of Arts, founded in 1914, is the only public university in Estonia offering a wide selection of curricula in the four faculties of Architecture, Design, Art Culture and Fine Arts. Located in the capital city, Tallinn, it is an active study and research institution and the leading national centre of innovation in visual culture.
Image: Painting installation “Facts and Figures” by Carl-Robert Kagge. Photo Carl-Robert Kagge. Contemporary Art MA programme.