Faculteit Mens en Welzijn

Campus Schoonmeersen
Valentin Vaerwyckweg 1 (auto, post)
Voskenslaan 270
9000 Gent
  +32 (0)9 243 26 29
  fmw@hogent.be

Faculteit Natuur en Techniek

Campus Schoonmeersen
Valentin Vaerwyckweg 1 (auto, post)
Voskenslaan 270 (voetgangers, openbaar vervoer)
9000 Gent
  +32 (0)9 243 27 00
  fnt@hogent.be

Faculteit Bedrijf en Organisatie

Campus Schoonmeersen
Valentin Vaerwyckweg 1 (auto, post)
Voskenslaan 270
9000 Gent
  +32 (0)9 243 22 00
  fbo@hogent.be

School of Arts

Campus Bijloke
J. Kluyskensstraat 2
9000 Gent
  +32 (0)9 267 01 00
  www.hogent.be/arts
  schoolofarts@hogent.be

STUDIEFICHES / COURSE CATALOGUE

School of Arts

Bachelor of Visual Arts

Qualification of Visual Arts
Academic year: 2019-20
Field of Study: Art & Design
Study load: 180

Photography

Graphic Design

Graphic Design - Graphics

Graphic Design - Illustration

Fashion

Textiles Design

Autonomous Design

Fine Arts - Installation art

Fine Arts - Sculpture

Fine Arts - Media art

Fine Arts - Painting

Fine Arts - Drawing

Fine Arts - Performance

Minor

In this study programme, we aim to encourage students to:

- become artists who use their own personal visual language and develop their own artistic views;
- develop their own concept in terms of design and image;
- have and use their own language of form and image;
- be able to use the resources that are typical of the visual forms of expression;
- have the required level of expertise regarding the equipment used;
- have a view on visual art in relation to social and cultural developments;
- be familiar with the frames of reference for social sciences and art and with the current trends within the artistic and artistic-technical domains;
- be familiar with (social) scientific and philosophical research attitudes and methods;
- be able to steer and support the visual concept based on theoretical insights and expertise;
- be able to look for impulses and the ability to apply methods that can fire the inspiration;
- be able to rise to the challenge of entering into a critical debate on one's own visual work;
- have the ambition to excel;
- be able to manage a budget;
- be able to take part in consultation with due consideration for planning and timing;
- be open to working with other art disciplines, are able to use different image carriers and media to meet one's own artistic goals;
- have an eye for the relationship between visual work and the space in which it is contained;
- be able to rewrite a clearly worded text in correct Dutch;
- be able to archive their own visual work and present it as a portfolio.

A Bachelor of Arts (BA) of Visual Arts has direct access (DA) to at least one Master program and can gain access to other related Master programs after the successful completion of a preparatory program (PP):

- Master of Arts (MA) of Audiovisual Arts (PP)
- Master of Arts (MA) of Audiovisual Arts - English taught - (PP)
- Master of Arts (MA) of Visual Arts (DA)
- Master of Arts (MA) of Visual Arts - English taught - (DA)
- Master of Arts in Art Studies and Archaeology
- Master of Arts of Theatre and Film Studies
- Master of Science in Communication Science: Communication Management (PP)
- Master of Science in Communication Science: Film- and Television Studies (PP)
- Master of Science in Communication Science: Journalism (PP)
- Master of Science in Communication Science: New Media and Society (PP)
- Master of Science in EU-Studies (PP)
- Master of Science in Political Science (PP)
- Master of Science in Sociology (PP)
- Master of Science of Culture Management (PP)
- Master of Science of Film Studies and Visual Culture


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