Master of Fine Art

Glue Factory, 23 students

This two year multidisciplinary programme offers students an extraordinary opportunity to analyse their studio practice in depth, and to modify, develop and secure it accordingly.  The multidisciplinary context also ensures that such developments are protected against narrowly defined ambitions.

MFA students learn from, and contribute to, the delivery of the programme curriculum, the experiences of their peers, and the wider art community based within the city of Glasgow.  Within this situation a premium is placed upon independence, originality, initiative and enterprise.

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from (In)visible heritage / residues of labour

from (In)visible heritage / residues of labour

from (In)visible heritage / residues of labour

from (In)visible heritage / residues of labour

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from The face

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from begged borrowed stolen

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from begged borrowed stolen

from begged borrowed stolen

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from Sleep easy (2024)

from Squalid existence (2024)

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from I saw moths when I was manic

from I saw moths when I was manic

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from Innerspace

from Innerspace

from Innerspace

from Innerspace

A white chalk drawing of an intricate crochet pattern on paving stones
a white chalk drawing of an intricate crochet pattern that starts on top of a large boiler tank and continues onto the ground

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from Printmaking Workshops

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from Underneath the Antimacassar

An aerial view of a white chalk drawing of an intricate crochet pattern on a staircase

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from Kitchen Midden Dog

from Kitchen Midden Dog

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from Icarus burns and I burn with him

from but settled and fused

from Icarus burns and I burn with him

from but settled and fused

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from 1 Question ⋅ 20 People ⋅ 20 Glasgow ⋅ 20 World

from 1 Question ⋅ 20 People ⋅ 20 Glasgow ⋅ 20 World

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from Prints

The series of relief sculptures is born from the devastated imagery of Gaza's war-torn landscape. The rubble, a somber emblem of destruction and lives lost, speaks to the tragedy of people buried beneath their bombed homes. Within these sculptures, delicate and intricate drawings of children's clothes emerge, serving as poignant reminders of innocence amidst chaos. They serve as a metaphor for the fragility of life, while also bearing witness to the resilience and fortitude of the human spirit.

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