Postgrad Month: What's Next in Art and Photography

Learn more about future-proofing your career with a postgraduate qualification in Art from Associate Dean Shane Hulbert (Photography) and Associate Dean Kristen Sharp (Fine Art) of RMIT.

Find out about Honours and Masters degrees in Art & Photography at RMIT.

About this Event

Explore study options at RMIT University and take your art and photography to the next level at our online information session. You'll have the opportunity to hear from expert staff connected to a selection of our world leading degrees:

  • Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Photography) (Honours)
  • Master of Photography
  • Master of Arts (Arts Management)
  • Master of Arts (Art in Public Space)
  • Master of Fine Art (Coursework)

You'll learn why RMIT University is ranked 11th for Art and Design in the 2020 QS World University rankings (1st in Australia and Asia), placing the School of Art in the top echelon of the world's art education institutions.

If you're ready to study with us, applications are now open for 2021.

Join us on Wednesday 28th October at 4:30pm for RMIT Postgrad Month: What's Next in Art & Photography. Presented by Associate Dean Shane Hulbert (Photography) and Associate Dean Kristen Sharp (Fine Art), you'll gain ideas on how to future-proof your career through RMIT's postgraduate courses and have the opportunity to hear from expert staff connected to a selection of our world leading degrees:

Associate Professor Mikala Dwyer and Dr Drew Pettifer, BA (Fine Art) (Honours)

  • Dr Ray Cook BA, (Photography) (Honours)
  • Dr Alison Bennett, Master of Photography
  • Professor David Forrest, MA (Arts Management)
  • Dr Michael Graeve, MFA (Coursework)
  • Fiona Hillary, MA (Arts in Public Space)

Image: Work by 2019 MFA (Coursework) graduate Irin Likittanawong

RMIT University 2019 Sightings and Listenings Graduation Exhibition Opening Night installation view.

Photo: Keelan O'Hehir

Register now to get your tickets, and we'll see you online for RMIT Postgrad Month: What's Next in Art & Photography.

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