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Who I Am
My name is Muriel Ramuz. I am 24 years old and I was born and raised in Groningen. I completed my Bachelor of Arts degree in Culture and Media three years ago at the RUG. During these three years, I focused on visual arts and analysis and criticism. I was interested in the impact of art, art philosophy and how art is made. I am back after a three year academic break, and I hope to further expand my knowledge of those topics with the Masters of Art History pr o gramme.
A Dynamic Programme
Although I am quite busy, the programme has been exactly what I expected it to be when I started: a diverse and challenging Masters. I am very excited about the dynamic nature of the programme and the activities involved in it. Although you can choose between both old and modern and co n temporary art, the boundaries of these two options are not defined. If you have a wide range of interests you can further specialise your degree, exploring unknown territory.
Between Theory and Practice
You get acquainted with the rich tradition of art theory through challenging texts, while being i n structed on how to critically analyse the material. While the theory is interesting, it takes time to deepen your understanding of the coursework. At the same time, you will examine the boundary between theory and practice through collaboration with establishments such as the Groninger M u seum, Boijmans van Beuningen, and the Frank Mohr Institute. The programme prompts you to get involved in the field of Art History.
Diverse and Challenging
The Master of Art History programme at the University of Groningen is diverse, challenging, and encompasses the most up-to-date material and methods. If you have any questions about the programme, the above-mentioned Institutions or how much free time you will have, please feel free to send me a message.
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