Arts, Culture and Media

Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

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What is the role of the arts in society? How do the arts reflect, and direct the worldviews of individuals and communities? This track offers insight into these relevant issues relating to contemporary arts worlds.

In the Master's track Arts, Culture and Media, students examine the role of the arts in society. The programme combines the study of the aesthetic dimensions of music, theatre, and film. It teaches students how to uncover the cognitive and societal impact, and the value of the arts in contemporary culture. Students learn to analyse and interpret artistic expressions with an enhanced view of how arts phenomena convey, negotiate, or hasten cultural change. They gain insight into arts worlds and their organisation. The programme explores how the arts relate to social, economic, and technical developments in an increasingly mediated world.

The Arts, Culture and Media track offers four specialisations:

  • Music, Theatre and Performance Studies
  • Film and Contemporary Audiovisual Media
  • Arts, Policy and Cultural Entrepreneurship
  • Arts, Cognition and Criticism

You can find more in-depth information on the specialisations under 'Programme'. All specialisations lead to a Master's degree in Arts and Culture.

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locatieGroningen
diplomaMA Kunst- & cultuurwetenschappen
typeregulier, 60 EC
start1 september
taalvolledig English
opleidingsduur12 maanden voltijd
accreditatiesNVAO
croho-code60087
heeft geen numerus fixus
heeft een honours programma

Waarom aan de Rijksuniversiteit?

  • Fully aims to develop analytical skills in evaluating the role performed by the arts in society
  • Offers unique combination of practical skills and academic reflection
  • Specialisation offered in different art forms, related to the Arts discipline or Professional framework
  • Features guest lectures by outstanding artists, art organisers, cultural critics and policy makers

Studieprogramma

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In this track you follow 30 EC in courses in the first semester (5 EC modules) related to your chosen specialisations. During the second semester you write a Master's Thesis (20 EC) under the supervision of two Arts in Society professors. You also choose between a research-related tutorial or an arts internship (10 EC).
Check out the content of the courses on Ocasys: https://www.rug.nl/let/courses-ma-arts-and-culture

periode
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Classical Music in the Digital Age I keuzevak
5 EC
The Global / Local Cultural Leader keuzevak
5 EC
Music Politics and Resistance keuzevak
5 EC
Music in the City keuzevak
5 EC
Music Technology and Ideologies keuzevak
5 EC
Arts and the Public Sphere keuzevak
5 EC
Media, Materials, Makers (with Art History) keuzevak
5 EC
Narrative Arts as Value Laboratory keuzevak
5 EC
Arts and Brain in Culture keuzevak
5 EC
'Capita Selecta' Module keuzevak
5 EC
Adaptation Theory and Practice keuzevak
5 EC
Classical Music in the Digital Age II keuzevak
5 EC
Dramaturgy keuzevak
5 EC
Theorising Performance: Theatre after the Performative Turn keuzevak
5 EC
Adaptation Theory and Practice keuzevak
5 EC
First-Person Documentary and the Real keuzevak
5 EC
Contemporary Film and Media Curating keuzevak
5 EC
Contemporary Complex Cinema keuzevak
5 EC
The Film Experience keuzevak
5 EC
Arts Sociology keuzevak
5 EC
Public Arts Policy in Global Context keuzevak
5 EC
Master's Thesis
20 EC
Internship (or tutorial)
10 EC

tracks

track General Information

MA students enrolled in the Arts, Culture and Media degree programme are offered an interdisciplinary curriculum, which highlights the inter-related nature of contemporary arts worlds.

By combining an arts specialisation with a professional framework, students gain critical knowledge about the specifics of particular arts disciplines such as film, music and theatre, while also gaining skills through exposure and experience with a professional framework, which is necessary for working into today's rapidly changing professional arts worlds. In the one-year Master's programme, we offer four specialisations:

Arts Discipline Specialisations:

  • Music, Theatre and Performance Studies
  • Film and Contemporary Audiovisual Media

Professional Framework Specialisations:
  • Arts, Policy and Cultural Entrepreneurship
  • Arts, Cognition and Criticism

Students choose six modules of 5 EC (30 EC in total), combining either 20 EC in the an Arts Discipline with 10 EC in a Framework, or 20 EC in a Framework and 10 EC in an Arts Discipline. These courses are taken during the first semester. During the second semester, students write their MA thesis (20 EC) and apply for an internship (10 EC).

Note: As of September 2018, the four specialisations will be offered as separate Master's tracks. The content of the courses and the structure of the programme will remain the same.

specialisatie Music, Theatre and Performance Studies

This specialisation offers a rich field of study which encompasses both emergent and historically established practices in music and the performing arts.

MA students learn about the current make-up of musical and theatrical organizations, as well as the impact of broader processes such as globalization, digitalization, urbanization, festivalisation, and mobility upon expanding forms of creativity. Because humans continue to shape creative experience within cultural fields, this specialisation aims to uncover how music and theatre remain relevant for understanding broader relations between culture, society, and the arts.

We examine these and other processes in historical contexts and in our musical and theatrical present, where economic crisis in recording and performing industries has led to vast re-arrangements of musical and theatrical labor and changing conceptions of the public sphere.

Course options include:

  • Music Politics and Resistance
  • Music in the City
  • Music Technology and Ideologies
  • Classical Music in the Digital Age I: The Audiovisual Experience
  • Classical Music in the Digital Age II: Rethinking the Concert
  • Dramaturgy
  • Theorising Performance: Theatre after the Performative Turn
  • Adaptation Theory and Practice

specialisatie Film and Contemporary Audiovisual Media

This new MA specialisation offers the opportunity to study contemporary developments in film and moving-image culture.

Film and other audiovisual media surround us in everyday life, shape our societies and therefore demand a critical and reflective engagement from responsible citizens. It highlights the significance of in-depth investigations of aesthetic experiences and perceptual and cognitive effects of different viewing cultures and screen technologies.

Methodologically, we offer state-of-the-art approaches like cognitivism, film-phenomenology, narrative theory, techno-aesthetics, and experimental media archaeology. Thematically, we focus on rapidly shifting trends in moving-image culture and the challenges connected to them: innovations in technologies, complex storytelling, changes in viewer experiences, film archiving practices and media curating, and new formats in documentary filmmaking that blur the boundaries between fiction and non-fiction.

Course options include:

  • First-Person Documentary and the Real
  • Contemporary Film and Media Curating
  • Contemporary Complex Cinema
  • The Film Experience

specialisatie Arts, Policy and Cultural Entrepreneurship

The specialisation of Arts, Policy and Cultural Entrepreneurship has defined its mission as devising strategies for art in the public sphere.

Support for the arts and the related role of artists in the public sphere result from intense negotiations between stakeholders within the fields of politics, finance, management, and marketing. At the same time, artists critically reflect upon their public role and the manner in which they are supported. Thus both the public's role and its support of the arts are the subject of constant debate.

With this speciliasation, we contribute to the reflection on how the organisation of arts production, dissemination, and contextualisation affects the realisation of artistic values in society. Our methods are based in critical sociology, public policy studies, management science, and cognitive perspectives on the arts. These allow students to critically reflect upon the values that influence local art world settings, which increasingly interact with global networks.

Course options include:

  • Arts Sociology
  • Arts and the Public Sphere (with Arts, Cognition and Criticism)
  • Public Arts Policy in Global Context
  • The Global/Local Cultural Leader

specialisatie Arts, Cognition and Criticism

In the specialisation of Arts, Cognition and Criticism, students gain an understanding of culture as a complex individual and collective cognitive process.

Through culture, humans continuously create, distribute, negotiate, criticise, and reconsider their experiences, values, ideas, and perspectives. The arts have always played an important part in this process: aesthetic experiences reflect and shape individual and social consciousness. By doing so they partake in an ongoing conversation about what makes life worthwhile. The focus in this specialisation is on how the arts innovate and reflect upon the cultural sphere.

The different courses explore themes such as art as reflective imagination, value-negotiation through storytelling, and the social and political function of the arts and arts criticism. Methodologically the courses in this track draw from the cognitive sciences, hermeneutics, narrative theory, critical theory, discourse analysis, and arts sociology.

Course options include:

  • Arts and the Public Sphere (with APCE)
  • Media, Materials, Makers (with Art History)
  • Narrative Arts as Value Laboratory
  • Arts and Brain in Culture
  • 'Capita Selecta' Module

track Internship and Master's Thesis

Apart from the modules in the first semester, each of the four tracks consists of an MA Thesis (20 EC) and an internship (10 EC) in the second semester.

The Arts, Culture and Media track aims to launch MA students into their future professional worlds by positioning them in a network of partner organisations and by using the internship positions at the end of the second semester as a “landing strip” to the student's professional career (with help of professional partners and alumni). Furthermore, we support the combination of a Master's Research Project with an internship.

The internship will be supervised both professionally by a partner organisation and academically by one of the staff members, according to the required field of expertise. The many direct contacts between our staff and organisations in the field as well as the broad choice of specialised internship opportunities we can offer to our students are a major asset of the specialisations offered.

Onderwijs

taal van onderwijs100% en
onderwijsopzet30% zelfstudie
40% theorie
30% praktijk
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If you have any questions or doubts about your studies, you can always contact the study advisor. He or she knows the ins and outs of the programme and can assist with your academic planning. Study advisors are impartial and everything discussed with them is treated confidentially. They can also help connect you with the necessary persons or departments to resolve your problems.
honours-/excellence program Master's Honours Programme

The Master's Honours Programme was developed especially for students who want to get more from their studies.

It is a programme worth 15 ECTS that is followed in addition to the standard Master's programme. It is a one-year interdisciplinary programme that is designed to introduce students to various aspects of leadership.

Toelating en studiekosten

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startmomenten

1 september 2017
aanmelding deadline : 15 augustus 2017
wettelijk tarief : € 2006
instellingstarief : € 2006
niet-EU/EER studenten : € 11400
1 september 2018
aanmelding deadline : 15 augustus 2018
collegegeld nog niet bekend
toelatingseisen

taaltoets
Minimum language requirements of TOEFL iBT 90 (with a minimum of 21 on all items), or IELTS 6.5 (with a minimum of 6 on all items). ERK level B2 (preferably C1). Students who gained a bachelor's degree certificate from an English-taught degree programme, will automatically meet the language requirements.

vooropleiding
Bachelor's degree in Arts, Culture and Media or in a related field, such as:

  • Arts Philosophy
  • Arts Sociology
  • Arts Policy
  • Film
  • Music
  • Theatre
  • Literature

estimated monthly costs

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bedragkostenpost
303kamerhuur in Groningenrond het landelijk gemiddelde
22internet+tv
152boodschappen/kostgeld
32telefoon
117verzekeringen
158collegegeldop basis van € 1906 per jaar
80studieboeken en -spullen
29drinken/snoep/snacks
77uiterlijkkleding, kapper, schoenen
30contributies/abonnementen
132vrije tijdstappen, uit eten, vakantie
42vervoernaast de OV-kaart
45overig

€ 1171totale maandelijkse uitgaven landelijk gemiddelde is € 1181
Hiernaast staat een overzicht van de gemiddelde kosten die een uitwonende student heeft. Niet iedere student heeft met iedere kostenpost te maken. Het totaalgemiddelde is dus niet gelijk aan de optelsom van alle kostenposten.

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Studenten en studentenleven

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27868 studenten aan de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
51% daarvan is vrouw
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studievereniging

IK
Study Association IK is the study association of Arts, Culture and Media at the University of Groningen. IK organizes subject specific activities as well as non-subject specific activities.

Op kamers in Groningen

55216studenten studerend
31914studenten woonachtig   
€ 303gemiddelde kamerprijs
kamer betaalbaarheid
21 m2gemiddelde kameroppervlak
kamer beschikbaarheid
bron: Nationale Studenten Enquête

aan het woord: studenten en docenten

Master's Student Lianne Veenstra
This track is unique in the Netherlands

Why Arts, Culture and Media ?
Since I have always been interested in film, arts in general, culture, and history, the choice to study film at the Arts, Culture and Media department at the University of Groningen was an easy one to make. This track is unique in The Netherlands because it provides a multi- and interdisciplinary perspective on the study of arts and its contexts...
In the second semester of my Master, I went on an Erasmus exchange with Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne for six months. I can highly recommend taking part in an exchange programme because it is an extremely valuable experience and gives you the possibility to study your art form or discipline in another country.


lees verder ...
Ari Purnama
werkzaam als PhD student in the Department of Arts, Culture and Media
PhD student in the Department of Arts, Culture and Media

Studying film at the University of Groningen has widened my perspective about why, how, and for what purposes we examine this cultural product. Why do we need to study film? Despite the popularity of other moving image media today's television, YouTube, etc. ¾film continues to awe, entertain, and move us.

Moreover, despite the differences between film and these other media, the production of television or YouTube content still primarily relies on techniques and conventions developed in film, for instance editing and cinematography...
Film has been pronounced (almost) 'dead' several times from the threat posed by television in the 1950s to the recent digital changeover that rendered celluloid obsolete. But yet, filmmaking and film culture are still alive and kicking! This is a fascinating fact that prompted me to study film in the first place. So, how can we study film? Before I took film specialization courses at the UG, I thought there was only one feasible way to study film: to interpret its 'content' through the lens of cultural theories.
Through the programme I was exposed to a myriad of approaches. But one in particular has been really helpful to my understanding of film. I have learned from the programme that before we are able to decode what meanings a particular film suggests we need to understand how that film works narratively and stylistically. This approach to film study encourages us to look at film as an art form first and foremost. That is to say, it is an artwork designed and constructed by a number of individuals (in most cases) in a collaborative setting with the film director taking the lead. The film director and his/her collaborators make creative choices that result in the way the film tells its story and the filmic techniques chosen to facilitate it. So, with this film-as-art perspective in mind, I have been able to 'reverse engineer' whichever film I am analysing in order to grasp what the film suggests and what experiences it offers. More importantly, through this critical lens I became interested in studying the creativity of filmmakers in shaping their films' look, and the role of constraints in that creative processes.
OK, all of this sounds great, but what can I do with it? Having studied film this way, I can use the knowledge and skills honed during my master's education for my current research as well as for my practical filmmaking venture. I learned how to analyse films through the programme, and now I am using this analytical skill in my PhD research on contemporary Indonesian films. By learning how to analyse films, I have become more sensitive to techniques and conventions of film. Furthermore, I have become more responsive to the ways in which filmmakers sustain, modify or reject the conventions. In turn, this has helped me to structure my own film with a 'design conscious' outlook. For instance, in the screenwriting, pre-production, production and post-production phases I think about how to make my film coherent but not predictable in its attempt to elicit viewers' responses. In this way, the practice-theory synergy can be strengthened. All in all, the film programme at the RUG has opened my eyes theoretically as well as practically.


lees verder ...
Alumnus Jelle Burgers
werkzaam als Metadata Coordinator bij Paramount Pictures
Metadata Coordinator at Paramount Pictures

If you're looking to study Film from a multidisciplinary perspective aided by expert teachers challenging you to develop your own ideas, I can highly recommend the Film and Media Studies specialization in Groningen. I highly valued the interaction between students and staff. In my experience, the staff was most approachable and helped me to develop my own ideas, elevating them to a level I had previously not thought possible.

As with any Art degree, finding a job in your field of expertise is very challenging...
I would highly recommend future students to complete an internship as it will complement your theoretical knowledge with some indispensable practical skills you will need when you start your job hunt. And of course, getting your foot in the door is half the battle!


lees verder ...
Alumnus Ruben Meintema
werkzaam als Software developer / innovator bij Concepts2Go
Software developer / innovator at the marketing firm Concepts2Go

Currently I am working as a software developer / innovator at the marketing firm Concepts2Go in Nieuwegein. At first sight this is pretty unrelated to Film and Media Studies, but it totally helped me with creative thinking. At the University of Groningen, I've had the chance to investigate the widest possible range of topics, from aesthetic philosophy to video games. If you can see the relationships and possible combinations within all this diversity: that's innovation.
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Studentoordelen

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In 2015 hebben meer dan 200.000 studenten hun oordeel gegeven over hun studie en instelling.

Arts, Culture and Media aan de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen is beoordeeld door 45 respondenten. Gemiddeld waarderen ze de opleiding met 3.9 uit 5.

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Beroepsperspectief / arbeidsmarkt

The Master's track in Arts, Culture and Media: Mapping the Arts in Society is highly relevant for those students who wish to pursue a career:
  • as a cultural critic with a specific interest in the institutional and societal context of arts production, distribution and creation;
  • as a policymaker;
  • as a culture consultant;
  • in a managerial position in the professional field of the arts.



current job market

vergeleken met andere studies

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kans op een vaste baan slecht
bron: Elsevier beste banen 2015

Potentiële beroepen

  • arts, cognition and criticism
    Because writing and thinking about the role of the arts in society is especially important for this framework, a position such as arts journalist, arts editor, or arts researcher is ideally suited for this specialization. These positions are found within newspapers, magazines, and media companies.
  • arts, policy and cultural entrepreneurship
    With Arts, Policy and Cultural Entrepreneurship you can work, for example, as a professional organiser, manager, marketing, or publicity agent. These positions appear in city theaters, music festivals, concert orchestras, or for publishers and museums. In this field, you could also provide support and consultation for policy or other arts-related functions relating to national, provincial, or local governments.
  • film and contemporary audiovisual media
    Alumni of the Film and Contemporary Audiovisual Media specialization have found jobs in a wide array of fields, including positions in event and collection management in various film and television museums (for instance, Eye Film Institute or Sound and Vision), film curating, freelance reviewing, newspaper and magazine journalism, film festival organizing and programming (Movies That Matter, IDFA, NFF, IVA, Flicks, Kino Klandestino, Zienemaan, etc.), practical filmmaking and other artistic and creative areas. Beyond these, we are particularly proud of our success rate in acquiring PhD grants and helping them publish their first academic articles, thereby launching our most dedicated students' scholarly careers.
  • music, theatre and performance studies
    Job prospects for students graduating from the Music, Theatre and Performance Studies specialization are: Music festival programmer, Researcher for a governmental music institute, Researcher for a digital music company (streaming), Government adviser on music related subsidies and programs, Record label agent, Radio promoter or researcher, Media advertising agent, Writer for entertainment company , Music journalist, Researcher for copyright agency or Marketing consultant for music venue.
  • other job possibilities
    There are other employment possibilities such as a position by a media company or for the advertisement and commercial field. Prior students have also begun their own successful arts organisations, advice bureaus, or research institutions in the field of arts, culture, and event organisations.
bron: StudieData

Contact

Drs. Lucia van Heteren

Study advisor / Coordinator of Theatre Studies

Prof. Dr. Annie van den Oever

Coordinator Film and Contemporary Audiovisual Media

Dr. Julian Hanich

Film Studies (and: questions in German)

Kristin McGee

Coordinator of Music Studies

Dr. Quirijn van den Hoogen

Coordinator Arts, Policy and Cultural Entrepreneurship

Admissions Office
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