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05 Dec 2016

Masters in Visual Culture, Arts Management and Curating in London

Photography by Matt Jessop 2014

Visual Arts and Curating London
Richmond, the American University in London


A Global Perspective on the Visual Arts, Arts Management and Curating Excellent industry links with regular guest speakers from London's Museums and Galleries Support to develop your professional network within the Art World International Internships

Dr. Robert J. Wallis
++44 (20) 7368 8414

Richmond, the American University in London
7-17 Ansdell St., Kensington
London W8 5BN
United Kingdom

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Richmond University offers two distinctive masters programmes in Art History and Visual Culture and Arts Management and Curating. These programmes are among our most popular and offer those interested in developing a career in the creative arts industries an opportunity to explore the best practice in the visual arts, arts management and curating. The course units are innovative and focus on contemporary issues. We encourage practical application through workshops, research and internships. These combined with excellent supporting programme elements create a learning environment that is challenging, rigorous, and rewarding

MA in Art History and Visual Culture takes a unique intercultural approach to art history and visual cultures, engaging with contemporary art in a global setting, equipping students with the skills required to become successful scholars and professionals in the twenty-first century art world: contact Dr. Robert J. Wallis

MA in Visual Arts Management and Curating equips students with the entrepreneurial knowledge and professional skills required to critically engage with global visual cultures of the twenty-first century and become innovative, creative and resilient leaders in their fields: contact Dr. Oonagh Murphy

Richmond's Postgraduate programmes are based at our Kensington campus, a vibrant area of central London, providing easy access to the Capital's arts, cultural, political, and business sectors – especially valuable for the workplace internships which are an integral element of these Postgraduate programmes.

Kate Scott, USA

'The Professors were incredibly approachable and engaging, they allowed me to pursue my own ideas while providing guidance and support that proved instrumental in my research. The course work was interesting and challenging and provided a very international scope of the many different facets of the art world. The campus is located near some of the best museums in London, and many courses included meetings with key members of museum and gallery staffs. These trips were some of my favourite experiences as they provided insight into the structure and inner workings of museums and galleries, and were a chance to apply what we learned about in class in an interactive environment. The program helped me find an internship at a contemporary art gallery in London which turned into a full time position after completing my MA'

Polly Haas, USA

I was consistently challenged and inspired. Lectures, practical exercises, coursework, and incredible mentorship from professors made for the most valuable educational experience I have had in my life. Living in London, surrounded by the arts, further enhanced the culture of curiosity and professional ambition that the professors encouraged. I felt confident in my abilities during my internship placement at an education-focused non-profit, thanks to what I learned at Richmond. I was offered a position at my host organization at the conclusion of my internship, and I could not be happier working in the arts.