Started in the academic year 2009/2010, in association with the Faculty of Fine Arts from Lisbon University.
Both ceramic and glass share several essential raw materials and also the similarity of some manufacture processes and mechanical properties of the final products. This affinity and the advantage of working in common territories led to the creation of the VICARTE - Glass and Ceramic for the Arts (www.vicarte.org), a transdisciplinary research unit, exploring the intersection between Art and Science and allowing the promotion and sharing of knowledge and methodologies between these two fields.
The Master's Degree in Glass and Ceramic Art and Science (MACVC), is a modification of the previous Master's Degree in Glass Art and Science (MACV).
The Master in Glass and Ceramic Art and Science creates an innovative program and the possibility of effective transdisciplinarity between fields related to art and science. This course aims to introduce glass and ceramics as materials to be explored for use in art. In the depth of this parallel and cross treatment, in its reflection and practice, the conditions for the emergence of new results are created. It is hoped that along this route, students will explore these relationships in the scope of authorial signalling, improve critical skills and benefit from training and streamlining communication skills and dissemination of results as an integral part of the projects being worked on.
It is the objective of this master to give artists and designers the fundamental tools to develop an artistic activity or to be integrated into the design industry of the ceramic and glass, contributing to the increase of creativity in these areas.
This master's degree is also open to graduates in exact sciences, who will be able to bridge the gap between art and science and contribute to innovation in various technological processes involving these materials.
Portuguese students (already enrolled in 2019/20): 1063,47 €/year
Portuguese students (for those entering 2020/21): 1500 €/year
Foreign students: 4000 €/year
1st phase: 1st may to 24th july
2nd phase: 26th august to 25th september 2020
Acceptance rate in masters
Accepted applicants will have to pay (within a maximum of 7 consecutive days from the date of placement) a non-refundable rate of 100 euros, which will be deducted, after registration, from the total tuition fee. Any payment made after the deadline will not be refunded, leaving the candidate excluded.International Applications
Vacancies for 2020/2021:
In candidate’s selection for the frequency of the course, in order of priority, following criteria will be adopted:
An interview the candidates may take place if the Course Scientific Committee of the Study deemed as necessary, ranked in a scale from 0 to 20.
Candidates will be chosen in descending order related to the scores ranking.
Márcia Vilarigues (by FCT-NOVA)
Pedro Fortuna (by FBA-UL)
Registration number R/A-Ef 1834/2011/AL01 on 17/05/2018
Accreditation on 18/04/2017, for 3 years
The Department of Conservation and Restoration (DCR) of the NOVA School of Science and Technology has the mission of teaching and research in order to contribute to a better conservation and heritage enjoyment, especially the valuable and almost ancient Portuguese heritage in urgent need to preserve for future generations.
Laboratories and properly equipped workshops allow quality research in conservation science and its applications to restoration. A network of national and international collaborations enables the development of exciting projects, of recognized quality, and creates unique opportunities for master stages and career opportunities.
DCR believes that the passion for research and enthusiasm for heritage conservation and restoration should be shared with their students. So in the next academic year, from the 2nd Semester onwards, students will be invited to choose a laboratory / workshop and join their team to participate in the activities of day-to-day as well as in the ongoing innovative projects. They will formulate new ideas, knowing how to acquire and process new data, challenge / question the boundaries of common sense, discover things never before thought and apply them to better conserve, restore and enjoy the works of art!More info