Top Postgraduate Certificate Programs in Art History
A postgraduate certificate can be earned in a variety of fields, whether after receiving a master's degree or along with your current educational program. These courses can help you integrate practical training along with your studies to provide valuable experience.
You will be provided with comprehensive knowledge about artists and art related work in all of the fine arts across history and the social context at the time.
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Curatorial Studies at KASK considers curation – from the latin ‘cura’, to care for – to be a vital link between cultural production and the wider social sphere. In this e
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The Curatorial Studies programme at Koninklijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten / Royal Academy of Fine Arts (KASK) of University College Ghent is an intensive one-year English-language postgraduate course aimed at applicants with an MA in the arts, humanities or sciences and a keen interest in contemporary art. Established in 1999, KASK’s Curatorial Studies is the only programme in Belgium and a leading curatorial programme in Europe. On this course students become familiar with contemporary exhibition practices across a variety of contexts, from museums and foundations to artist-run and independent spaces. Curatorial Studies at KASK stands out among comparable European and American programmes for the breadth of skills it covers, from conservation and exhibition history/theory to collection building and public mediation. Through this programme, students are equipped to excel in the curatorial field, in its practical as well as theoretical applications.