Postgraduate Study in the History of Design and Material Culture (Renaissance) at the Victoria and Albert Museum and Royal College of Art
Sylvia Lennie England Bursary (Renaissance)
A bursary provided by the Sylvia Lennie England Fund is available to support a student interested in studying the History of Design at MA level (Renaissance: History of Design and Material Culture 1400-1650).
Drawing on the V&A’s unparalleled collections, this prestigious MA programme offers ground-breaking approaches to the study of the rich and diverse material culture of Renaissance and Early Modern Europe.
Students benefit from studying in the context of the RCA, one of the world’s leading art and design schools. Our small seminar-based classes provide a unique environment for the study of the aesthetic, social, cultural, technological, economic and political contexts for Renaissance and Early Modern objects. As well as placing emphasis on primary research and object analysis, it offers a broad-ranging theoretical and methodological basis for the study of design and material culture. Our graduates go on to work internationally in universities and colleges, museums and galleries, as well as in a host of other art and design based professions such as curating, journalism and media research.
The programme is fulltime for two years; the Sylvia Lennie England bursary is available to support study for UK and EU-based students.
Deadline for applications is Wednesday 27 June, 2012. To apply for the bursary please specify ‘Sylvia Lennie England’ on your application for the V&A/RCA History of Design MA (Renaissance). Application materials and further information about the course can be found at www.rca.ac.uk
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