RMIT Art & Photography, Honours & Coursework Masters Information Session

Explore study options at RMIT University to 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:

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 Thursday 11 February at 5pm to hear about our postgraduate programs. Presented by Associate Professor Shane Hulbert, Associate Dean, Photography and Dr Kristen Sharp, Associate Dean, 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, 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 (Art in Public Space)

Image credit: Master of Fine Art: Pattie Beerens, 'am I listening? 'at Assembly Point, 2020. Performance, installation and mattering. Photographed by Thomas Feng.

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