https://acpress.amherst.edu/books/intersectingcolors/​

Picture: Creative Commons. Mead Art Museum, Amherst College, MA. Josef Albers (1888-1976) belonged to a generation of teachers whose radical approach to higher education in art and art history continues to shape the disciplines. The image shows a segment from his book on colour theory. For more info: https://acpress.amherst.edu/books/intersectingcolors/

The programme was open for application 16 March 2020 – 15 April 2020, for Autumn semester 2020.

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Courses, assignments, and examinations within the programme are designed to develop the student’s ability to communicate art historical research through a range of media, such as academic articles, conference papers, and exhibitions. The programme has a pronounced international profile and English is the main language in lectures and seminars. As a student on the programme, you are also encouraged to locate and specify elements of the education, such as electives and internship abroad. The teachers and supervisors will assist you in developing networks, as well as to participate in international conferences and workshops. The theoretical and empirical subject matters treated in the courses are also characterised by international and global perspectives.

Opportunities to individually customise 

Within the frame of the programme, there are opportunities to individually customise the education, i.e. through electives. Together with your supervisor, you develop an individual curriculum; a plan that is updated each semester.

Requirements

For information about entry requirements to the International Master’s Programme in Art History, please visit this page.