Each student will have a supervisor whom they will have compulsory supervision meetings with. The first stage of the master’s project is to write a project proposal, which must be approved by the supervisor. The remaining work will be accompanied by individual supervision and regular colloquia where the students will present their projects and progress.
It is assumed that the students will work independently and systematically, and that they participate in group work, seminars and lectures. It is also expected that the students will give and get evaluation of their own theoretical and practical work and of the work of others, and that they create colloquia and hold these continuously throughout the course.
The students must have four hours supervision over the duration of their master’s project.
The course includes compulsory attendance. Details thereof will be available on Canvas at the start of the semester.
Expected workload is 27 hours per credits.
The course can be assessed using one of two different assessment methods
The Students will choose one of the methods, in consultation with their supervisor, depending on what suits the form and content of the project best:
Version 1 – Practice based projects:
Version 2 – Dissertation:
Assessment terminology: Grading by letters.
Faculty of Fine Arts