Master’s Programme

Ceramic Design

Ceramic Design is a specialisation in the use of pottery, concrete, plaster and glass as ceramic materials

Short about Ceramic Design

The Master’s degree programme in Ceramic Design is a specialisation in the use of silica-based materials such as clay, concrete, plaster and glass as ceramic materials in various professional contexts.

The overall objective of the programme is to prepare students for careers as ceramic designers through independent specialisation in relation to research, artistic research practice and in relevant practical and professional contexts.

The objective of the programme is to expand the student’s understanding of specific ceramic materials and working processes on the basis of their own chosen specialisation, and further to support the development of their personal artistic profile under the guidance of the programme’s teachers.

There are options for individual specialisation in each main category of the Master’s degree programme:

- Ceramics, glass and related materials in the context of commercial product design, e.g tableware, sanitary ware, home accessories, etc.

- The use of ceramics , glass and related materials in an architectural context, e.g. building components, decorative artistic interventions, etc.

- Ceramics as artistic medium in the context of the autonomous art object. Professional aspects of working within the art scene.

The basis of the Master programme is constituted by the student’s own professional interests as expressed in the written motivation when applying for the programme. The Master’s degree programme consists mainly of self-formulated briefs / assignments, e.g. in the context of a company collaboration and/ or other development and research activity in collaboration with relevant external partners.

The student is given the opportunity to specialise in the direction of research, artistic research and design practice - or a combination thereof.

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