These may include optional field trips, materials (e.g. art, design, engineering), security checks such as DBS, uniforms, specialist clothing or professional memberships. This Art Business course is delivered by Kingston School of Art, which has its roots in the studio-based approach of Britain’s art school system . To give you an indication of class sizes, this course normally enrols between 15 and 20 students. We can make alternative arrangements for international students based overseas. Preferably have either a degree qualification related to the subject material or a proven knowledge and interest in the subject demonstrated through, for example, work experience.
Catherine has been a Fund Manager with The Waterloo Foundation for the last 10 years. A Psychology graduate, she has an extensive working background in the third sector and not-for-profits, both in a professional and voluntary capacity. “Making money is art and working is art and good business is the best art.” Andy Warhol. Those who’ve done their biology homework inform us that we share some 60% of our genes with tomatoes.
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It has specialist book and journal collections, a wide range of electronic resources, including image databases, and a large slide collection. When not attending timetabled sessions, you will be expected to continue learning independently through self-study. This typically involves reading and analysing articles, regulations, policy documents and key texts, documenting individual projects, preparing coursework assignments and completing your PEDRs, etc.
Your independent learning is supported by a range of excellent facilities including online resources, the library and CANVAS, the University’s online virtual learning platform. Volunteer opportunities at the annual Art Business Conference in London, allowing you to network with art world professionals and learn about the latest developments in the trade. Partnership with the Kingston Business School allows you access to cutting-edge business thinking combining the creative culture of an art school with testing in real world contexts. In some instances it’ll be entirely based on your portfolio, which can include creative marketing reports, social media campaigns, films and dissertations. It does include fine art and crafts, but it also includes other creative disciplines such as computer games design, creative coding, architecture, journalism, film and fashion.
- It is the only RICS-accredited course for antiques and fine art and you can join RICS as a student member when you enrol.
- This module considers the elements of commercialising art in its broadest sense; and building and managing an arts-based business within current local and global environments.
- The relatively small campus has a friendly, creative feel and benefits from recently refurbished workshops and studios, a reception area with a gallery, art shop and space, and the light and airy open-plan learning resources centre.
- Arts & Business NI knows that when business and the arts work together in truly mutual partnership, both become stronger.
- Money or fame can be seductive and addictive; people must guard against external pressures so as not to compromise themselves or their vision.
All non-UK applicants must meet our English language requirement, which is Academic IELTS of 6.5 overall, with no element below 5.5. Make sure you read our full guidance about English language requirements, which includes details of other qualifications we consider. We welcome applications from mature applicants with proven relevant professional experience. Ourworkshops and studiosare open to all disciplines – enabling students and staff to work together, share ideas and explore multi-disciplinary making.
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Course leader, Stephanie Dieckvoss, contributed to a panel discussion on art as investment, hosted by Dellasposa Gallery – watch the full discussion in this video. Trends in the current art market are covered with a forecast for the year ahead, key considerations of value in art, and strategies for collecting art. At Kingston University, we know that postgraduate students have particular needs and therefore we have a range of support available to help you during your time here. The course is assessed through a mix of academic essays, seminar papers and presentations, case studies, and a major research-based project or dissertation. The information above reflects the currently intended course structure and module details.
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They deliver board & governance training and development to arts and cultural organisations to strengthen and sustain the sector. They advocate the power of the arts and engage in business development in order to grow the corporate marketplace for partnerships with the cultural sector. We’re working with local people to create a place where people not only participate in the arts, but they make them happen – working together with professional artists, arts organisations, and producers. Maeve joined Arts & Business NI in November 2016, and has 25+ years business development experience. At the SHS Group, as Brand/Commercial Manager she created and built effective partnerships with a wide range of suppliers and customers, operating at all levels. Maeve also worked as Trading Manager at Musgrave NI and was responsible for sourcing and managing 700+ food to go products.