October 5, 2022

Arts into business

The purpose of this module is to enable you to develop professional attributes and subject skills through experience in the work place, and to critically reflect upon your learning in that context. You will normally be expected to arrange your own plac

The purpose of this module is to enable you to develop professional attributes and subject skills through experience in the work place, and to critically reflect upon your learning in that context. You will normally be expected to arrange your own placement, with support from academic staff and BCU Careers. This can be achieved in one block, or can be dispersed over a longer period of time, if required.

Art has the power to be so much more than how we decorate our walls, it tells a story about the people and the organisations that inhabit the space. Art in the workplace encourages and promotes social interactions, it stimulates emotional responses and fosters personal relationships. Art has far reaching effects within the organisation and is not just a major player in how the company is viewed but also how the people who work within it and come into contact with it, feel.

  • If you choose to take a placement as part of this course, you will be invoiced for the placement fee in Year 2.
  • It is important that we can support you appropriately, so you will be guided towards choosing a research topic which is relevant to your discipline and in which your lecturers have expertise.
  • The module provides students with an extensive programme of training and resources which are designed to aid them in the development, planning, research, and writing of their projects.
  • Streetwear to haute couture, fashion is one business that truly knows the value of art, and brands like Supreme and Off-White have even gone on to resemble art projects in their own right.
  • And like all of our students you will be able to make your own screen projects through FilmLab, our students’ own, well-equipped, film society.

Streetwear to haute couture, fashion is one business that truly knows the value of art, and brands like Supreme and Off-White have even gone on to resemble art projects in their own right. Creating community-oriented programs like , brands like Google are demonstrating a shift in the nature of corporate art. Beyond corporate collections, beyond breathing life into business environments, millennial-led businesses are beginning to show that art is an intrinsic part of who they are. And nowhere in business’s relationship with art better demonstrates this than in fashion. The Art Business MA is accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors for entry as a probationer practitioner.

Successfully completing an RICS-accredited course is the first step to becoming a Chartered Surveyor. RICS works in partnership with universities to ensure that our accredited degree courses are relevant to industry – this means that when you study on an accredited degree this will be recognised by employers as the benchmark of quality. The learning resources centre at Knights Park, on the ground floor near reception, is at the heart of the campus and is the perfect place to study. It has specialist book and journal collections, a wide range of electronic resources, including image databases, and a large slide collection. 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.

TOUR OUR CENTRE FOR BUSINESS, ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY

It is the only RICS-accredited course for antiques and fine art and you can join RICS as a student member when you enrol. RICS student status is exclusively for those working towards a professional career in surveying. Our students come from all corners of the world and often take the learning of the course back to their own countries. Graduates from the Art Business MA course set up galleries and online platforms, manage collections and advise collectors, work for auction houses or galleries.

The module emphasises the way in which the European phenomena of collecting and exchange were globalised in the 20th century and continue to develop in multiple ways in the 21st century. On completion you should achieve a new perspective upon the history of art within its markets, integrating the aesthetic and the economic. Taught through a series of lectures and seminars, it is assessed by presentation and a critical essay. Independent learning skills will be developed throughout the module, through directed reading and study visits. If you are interested in developing a career in the business of art, this masters level course will prepare you for the opportunities lying ahead. You will develop the key skills and gain the knowledge to understand global art markets within ever-changing artistic, cultural and economic environments.

Languages for Business provide language and cultural support for SME’s in the East Midlands. Two of our academics used their research into spreadable marketing to help a local company grow its business. For more information about tuition fees, any reduced fees for study abroad and work placement years, scholarships, editions-mld.com tuition fee loans, maintenance loans and living costs seeundergraduate fees and funding. Our modules may change to reflect the latest academic thinking and expertise of our staff. You’ll take two option modules that allow you to explore your own commercial, technological and cultural and creative enthusiasms.

MA Curation: Art and Business

Eight awards were presented to the best arts and business partnerships at a special 35th anniversary awards ceremony held in partnership with Jaguar Land Rover, and sponsored by BP, Goodman Derrik, Eversheds, The Daily Telegraph and Classic FM. Located on the eastern edge of the city centre, St Luke’s is home to Sport and Health Sciences, the Medical School, the Academy of Nursing, the Department of Allied Health Professions, and PGCE students. Engage imaginatively in the process of understanding and analysing contemporary international arts, and acquire the analytical tools necessary for an understanding of them. Subsidised field trips and opportunities for students to visit internationally significant collections and exhibitions throughout the course. Art Writing has been one of my favourite modules as we were introduced to a range of experts who specialised in all styles of writing.

Studying with us during the Covid

Guest speakers have included valuation and art insurance experts, PR professionals, Christie’s Auction House experts, independent art evaluators, valuers and appraisers, gallerists and artists, art fair organisers and recruitment agencies. Being a RICS student is free and can help you realise your potential by working to the highest standards of education at college or university. The study support and networking opportunities available to you as an RICS student helps you to not only excel in your course but gives you the support to take your first step to becoming a future leader of the profession. 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.

A number of the University’s graduate attributes will be developed through study of the programme, including engaging as an active and committed global citizen. This module introduces you to the history of the art market, an interdisciplinary academic discipline of great dynamism. It draws attention to the developments of the key agents in the art market within their historical perspective, such as notion of patronage, distribution channels for works of art and the auction and dealer systems.