Category: Themes in Contemporary Art Course

Semester 1 Weeks 1-4 and Weeks 6-9 Unless otherwise stated, this is where we will be meeting each week. Mondays 10:00-12:30 Themes in Contemporary Art | Class meets at 10:00am in: R.02B, Hunter Building, Lauriston (link) Tuesdays 10:00-12:30 Contemporary Art & Opem Learning | Class meets in 1.03, 7-8 Chambers Street, Central (link) Wednesdays 10:00-12:30 […]

‘Play: Redux’ is a two-week learning sprint, the third in the 40 Credit Themes Course within the MA Contemporary Art Theory programme. Scenario: The great trouble with art in this country [the United States] at present, and apparently in France also, is that there is no spirit of revolt— no new ideas appearing among the younger […]

  The Mandatory Reading for All MCATs to read for this week is: ‘1. Play is’ (pp1-18) in Play Matters (Sicart, 2014) Each Basho will be also be assigned a Bespoke Reading, the bashos are as follows: Study Groups (‘Basho’): Green 🟢 Purple 🟣  Yellow 🟡   Bespoke Readings for each group are are: Greens Read 🟢 ‘1. Play […]

Welcome to the MA Contemporary Art Theory programme 2-3pm Tuesday 14th September 2021   Programme Director Prof. Neil Mulholland will meet this year’s new cohort of CATs. Room J.03, North East Studios, Edinburgh College of Art, 74 Lauriston Place (link) Work Planner for Semester One (link) CAT Programme Handbook 2021-22 Contemporary Art Theory (MA) Programme […]


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