Get to know the Master's

Would you like to get to know this programme better? On this page you will find when you can visit the MA Open Day, but you will also find stories of our students and alumni, and profiles of our teaching staff.

Master's Open Day

Twice a year, we organise a Master’s Open Day where you can get to know our programme Arts History. You can join our information session, talk to our students and staff, and find out if this is the Master's for you.

Next Master's Open Day

The next Master's Open Day will take place on Wednesday 9 October. More information can be found on this webpage or click on the button below to register:

Remind me


What attracted me most about this research Master was the considerable freedom in setting up your own research projects.

Nelleke De Vries has a PhD Position at Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München

Academic staff

Patrick van Rossem
Dr Patrick van Rossem

Dr Patrick Van Rossem is Programme Coordinator 

Patrick Van Rossem is Associate Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Art History Department. His teaching focusses on post 1960s art, audiences for art, curating, art mediation and education. His research focusses on art post 1960s art and more specifically on artists who have a particular focus on and interest in the presence of the audience. He published on the (self) representation of audiences, the performative turn, representation, and artist - audience relations. 

Meet our academic staff