Master of Fine Arts Painting, Groningen, Netherlands

Posted on August 27, 2013 – 14:30

Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen (Hanze UAS) in the Netherlands. Receive all information about the school and contact here in one click!

Painting MFA takes the long history of painting without being seriously interfere with this story. Over the centuries, a priceless treasure of knowledge and expertise has been built. This process is a continuous process and proves that traditional media such as painting is not dead, but that the traditional idea of ​​progress in the arts has reached its end. 1
Painting MFA believes that it is of paramount importance for the development of innovation and knowledge to occur simultaneously. This can occur by allowing the scope to play with the boundaries, experimenting and research.

With roots in the history of painting, professional master has plenty of space and time to explore personal issues and the development of its unique qualities as an artist with a pictorial perspective. These qualities are not determined are the choice of painting as a medium, but rather by the fascinating interplay between the ideas of the artist and media properties, genres and art forms he has chosen. 2
Regardless of any medium has been selected, it will produce "painting" of the work in the form of drawings, collages, photographs, films, three-dimensional work and, of course, paintings. in the MFA painting program, everything is aligned to create powerful images that have their origins in the character of the artist and the surrounding culture. 3

professional master works in a "intermedia" and "International" and in a wide range of work with different media, genres and art forms, and it is capable, with a pictorial perspective, to act independently and critically. In this context, it has a greater awareness of the development of the work of artistic process and what exactly an artistic vocation means to persist in his artistic life. due to the intensification of his art, the mental baggage that offered him, and the formation of attitudes, professional master is able to pursue his artistic vocation.

Paint to provide education at the University of master level applied science that will allow students to develop their proven talent in such a way that they can make a professional contribution to the field of painting based on their AMF aims to own artistic research and reflection.
graduate MFA Painting:

• has a professional attitude which is represented by a system of artistic, by his own work, by a permanent critical reflection on the underlying ideas, and a greater degree of control of artistic skills, including the presentation of his own work
• is capable of theory underlying its work and to establish relationships between his work and the surrounding cultural and artistic worlds;
• CAPA cables is to conduct research at the interface of the paint, the media and science.

Art system
in a multiform artistic field, an artistic view explicit and artistic individual system (a signature style and associative, the poetic cohesion of the work) are essential. Make the work of excellent visual quality is a requirement, but it can be accomplished with a good intellectual work and a clear image of his own art. With the help of this system, the artist develops his own body of work, contributing to further developments in the field. For this reason, Painting MFA primarily focuses on the development of an artistic system characterized by a single sound pattern, a clear vision and a strong artistic professionalism. To do this, intensive practice and reflection and an inquiring mind are essential.


MFA Publications Masterpieces: Great Paintings of the World in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
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Recommend an MFA program in Painting? (Anywhere)

2009-02-23 20:13:57 by d-u-h

Recommend an MFA program in Painting?
I have a BFA in painting and have been teaching part time at workshops and stuff, showing my art regularly, and working an irrelevant part time for the past three years.
I'd like to get a full time, or at least better paying part time job which relates to my field of study (fine art painting). It has been suggested to me that an MFA program might suit me well. I know getting an MFA does not guarantee a college teaching job, but it's a start while my BFA alone doesn't get me in the door.
What are some of the best MFA programs in painting?
Ideally, i'd like to find someplace where my work fits, but that's not a requirement (that was not the case for BFA and i made it through)

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  • Avatar martinikova Can I teach art classes at the post-secondary level in the UK with an MFA degree?
    Dec 24, 2009 by martinikova | Posted in Higher Education (University +)

    I am currently completing my MFA in painting in the US and I am interested in moving to the UK. I have 2 years of experience teaching drawing at the college level. Do I need to take any additional classes?

    • Anyone wanting to teach in England and Wales must complete initial teacher training (ITT). There are many different types of ITT course – the one you take will be specific to the age group and, if you want to teach at sec … option that is right for you will depend on your circumstances. You will need a degree and qualified teacher status (QTS) to become a teacher.

      I would have a look at: and follow the step by step flowchart.