The MA in Decorative Arts, Design History and Material Culture course at Bard Graduate Centre prepares students to be curators and educators in the cultural history of materials.
School: Bard Graduate Center (BGC)
Course: MA in Decorative Arts, Design History and Material Culture
Location: New York City, USA
Course dates: two years
Application deadline: 5 January 2024
In this MA program at Bard Graduate Center, we study design history, material culture and decorative arts — the cultural history of the material world.
Our graduates hold major curatorial positions at the institutes including Met, Brooklyn Museum, Cooper Hewitt, LACMA, Art Institute of Chicago and Denver Museum of Art, among others.
Our faculty train the next generation of curators, museum professionals and educators using an interdisciplinary and object-based approach.
The curriculum has an emphasis on writing, research and technical analysis, digital literacy, professional experience and travel.
The scope of our study is global and ranges from antiquity to the present. Generous scholarship support and housing are available.
Top image by Liz Ligon.
Dezeen Courses is a service from Dezeen that provides details of architecture, interiors and design courses around the world. Click here for more information.