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The National Gallery is proud to announce the creation of a new collaborative MA in Christianity and the Arts, taught in association with the Theology and Religious Studies at King’s College London – one of the most distinguished departments of theology and religious studies in the country.
This exceptional programme will enable students to work across disciplinary and specialist boundaries, exploring art-historical and theological dimensions of Christian art in tandem. The wealth of religious pictures at the National Gallery makes it an ideal forum for exploring various issues surrounding the visual arts and spirituality. Much of the teaching will therefore take place in the Gallery, in front of original works of art, and will be taught by curatorial staff.