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Coursework

Master of Art Curatorship

  • CRICOS Code: 027565G

The experience

Overview

We will equip you with more than just an education. Learn from some of the country's most influential teachers, access a network of innovative industry leaders and engage with our exciting internship opportunities.

Academic profile: Course Coordinator, Associate Professor Alison Inglis

See Associate Professor Alison Inglis' background, and hear about how she began working in the art curatorship space. She also explains what's involved in the Art Curatorship degree.

Student profile: Ms. Sarah Werkmeister

Sarah Werkmeister

I chose to study the Master of Art Curatorship to delve deeper into my undergraduate research, and to increase my employment opportunities.

Ms. Sarah Werkmeister

There is always something interesting I'm discovering. At the moment I'm working on a project (as the result of an internship) on climate change and museum cultures with a European museum confederation, L’internationale. The degree is helping me in seeking a role within an institution, as well as giving me the opportunity to develop research which will affect my career trajectory.

Sarah Werkmeister
Master of Art Curatorship student (2016)

Australia Council for the Arts internships

We currently have an exclusive arrangement with the Australia Council for the Arts to send students in the Master of Art Curatorship and Arts and Masters of Arts and Cultural Management to the 2013, 2015 and 2017 Venice Biennale, the most prestigious event in the international contemporary visual arts calendars.

Pippa Milne has just returned from the Venice Biennale where she worked as part of the Australia Council team rubbing shoulders with leading lights of the contemporary visual art world. See what she has to say.