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Graduate Coursework in Art History and Curatorial Studies

Graduate Coursework in Art History and Curatorial Studies

Ximena Briceño, Binalong Bay
Andrew Welch , 2010 anodised aluminium, stainless steel
RESERVOIR HILL LANDSCAPE,2011 (Detail) Jocelyn Campbell
Andrew Gleeson, Untitled, 2010, hand blown, cut and engraved glass, steel, electric cable and lighting
Cathy Franzi, Acacia vasallii, from the Endangered Series, 2010
Yuko Watanabe, Flower Garden, 2010 glass
David Costello Master of Visual Arts, ANU School of Art, 2012 balance in yellow two, 2012, 13 x 13 cm, oil on board

The ANU Centre for Art History and Art Theory offers a number of Graduate Coursework programs:

The graduate programs in Art History and Curatorial studies provide students with the opportunity to study Australian visual arts, Asian art and curatorial studies.

Art History & Curatorship Internship Program

In conjunction with the national institutions and galleries around Canberra, the ANU runs a widely acclaimed internship program. The internship program runs over two semesters and is open to Honours and Masters students. The internship counts towards the overall degree.

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