The shows are a part of the final projects of students and are a platform to try out their artistic vision and decision making within the framework of the programme. The final projects are part of a two year MA programme where students have developed their own methods, research and context. This spring the students will also partake in a graduation group exhibition at The Living Art Museum at The Marshall House.
The master's degree in Fine Art will therefore be based on the above-mentioned solo exhibitions and critical reflection on it, a work in the group exhibition in The Living Art Museum, professional work methods, as well as a master's thesis, which presents methods, content input, context and presentation of final works. The exhibitions are in Kubburinn, the department‘s gallery in Laugarnes and RÝMD, the department‘s student gallery in Breiðholt.
Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir is the MA programme director and Jóhannes Dagsson is MA theory programme director.
March 8th: Sihan Yang – Kubburinn opening at 4pm – 6pm
March 9th: María Hrönn Gunnarsdóttir – RÝMD opening at 2pm – 4pm
March 22nd: Margrét Helga Sesseljudóttir – Kubburinn opening at 4pm – 6pm
March 22nd: Kirill Lorech – RÝMD opening at 2pm – 4pm