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Master of Arts

Students work closely with nationally-reputed staff in a program, which provides for creative research outcomes with a studio or performative component that is a practical, discipline specific investigation examined by an exhibition or performance. The studio/performative investigation is supported by an exegesis of no less than 10,000 words, which explains, elaborates or illuminates the practical studio component and provides the critical and theoretical context. Candidates are supported by a panel of two supervisors and can work on or off campus with some studio facilities available in the faculty.