From Renaissance painting to contemporary art, from early cinema to streaming platforms, from historical costumes to avant-garde fashion, and from classical architecture to 3D-printed houses – in Media, Art, Design and Architecture, you will study diverse forms of creative expressions, local and global, from the past and present.
You will learn to look critically at everyday objects, works of art, buildings, and media from different perspectives. Combining different disciplinary approaches gives more nuanced insights into the complexities of culture. We call this “1+1=3”.
Please note that this is an academic and not a practice-based programme: you will learn to look, think, write and talk critically about culture from theoretical and historical perspectives but you will not be trained to become a (media) designer, artist or architect.