MLitt Fine Art Practice

26 students

The Master of Letters in Fine Art Practice Programme at The Glasgow School of Art consists of six specialist pathways (Print Media, Sculpture, Painting, Performance, Drawing and Photography and the Moving Image). The programme is studio-based and centred on practice and is intended to provide opportunities for students to pursue in-depth subject-specific study in fine art practice at postgraduate level. Undertaken over 12 months, the Programme encourages an intensive exploration of research and development of ideas from the outset, with the focus on the highest standards of practice and personal development as artists.

The students on the Programme work within the specialisms and across them, often identifying collaborative opportunities to engage with practice across the pathways and across programmes. The Programme has a diverse mix of both national and international students, attracting applicants from all over the world. This dynamic encourages the students to build a dialogue with their peers and identify meaningful connections, many of which lead to further collaborations beyond graduation from the School.

from Non-natural Alienation

from Non-natural Alienation

from Non-natural Alienation

from Non-natural Alienation

from Non-natural Alienation

from Lockdown with feathers

from Lockdown with feathers

from Lockdown with feathers

from Lockdown with feathers

from Lockdown with feathers

from Control —— Yunqiu Li

from Control —— Yunqiu Li

from Control —— Yunqiu Li

from Control —— Yunqiu Li

from Control —— Yunqiu Li

from Love Bomb

from Love Bomb

from Love Bomb

from Love Bomb

from Love Bomb

from ‘L.O.L (Lots of Love)’

from ‘Substitute’

from ‘Self-Punishment as Self-Deprecation’

from ‘Conversations with My Father’

from ‘Substitute’

from Colpo, 2021

from Colpo, 2021

from Contrapposto, 2021

from Contrapposto, 2021

from Installation View

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from But seas between us braid hae roar’d

from But seas between us braid hae roar’d

from But seas between us braid hae roar’d

from But seas between us braid hae roar’d

from Limited Effectiveness

from The Self-Portrait Of The Man Who Doesn‘t Really Want To Talk About it

from Limited Effectiveness

from Limited Effectiveness

from Limited Effectiveness

from 1994 Installation

from 1994 Installation

from 1994 Installation

from Whole Room tour

from 1994 Installation

from Ars Informatica

from Ars Informatica

from Ars Informatica

from Ars Informatica

from Ars Informatica

from Monster

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from Part of me

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from Part of me

from Monster

from 3. Dream Eyes

from 2. Rubbish Container

from 2. Rubbish Container

from 3. Dream Eyes

from 2. Rubbish Container

from Similar scenery: Intertextuality between different cultures based on Ecological Aesthetics

from Similar scenery: Intertextuality between different cultures based on Ecological Aesthetics

from Similar scenery: Intertextuality between different cultures based on Ecological Aesthetics

from Similar scenery: Intertextuality between different cultures based on Ecological Aesthetics

from Similar scenery: Intertextuality between different cultures based on Ecological Aesthetics

from She’s a Sweetie

from She’s a Sweetie

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from She’s a Sweetie

from She’s a Sweetie

from Blob

from Hold/Held

from Home

from Can You Direct Me, Please

from Home

from Ballpoint Pen Drawings

from Ballpoint Pen Drawings

from Degree Show Installation – SUMMER OF STENCH

from Degree Show Installation – SUMMER OF STENCH

from Degree Show Installation – SUMMER OF STENCH

from Traumatic Encounters

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from Trauma Series 1

from WORKS

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from ATONAL REVOLUTION

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