Postgraduate Diploma in Art Curatorship PGDipArtCuratorship
The Postgraduate Diploma in Art Curatorship is a one-year full-time programme of study comprising four courses including The Art Museum Past and Present, a special project in staging an exhibition, a gallery internship and one course from the Art History or Art Theory honours schedule.
This programme offers an alternative to an honours year which will appeal to students intending to work in museums, art galleries and commercial art sectors.
Candidates must be qualified with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), be admitted Ad Eundem Statum as the holder of such a degree, or must produce evidence of extensive practical, professional or scholarly experience to the satisfaction of the Academic Board. Entry will be approved by the Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences on the recommendation of the Head of Art History.
Courses required are:
- ARTC 401 Practicum
- ARTC 402 The Art Museum Past and Present
- ARTC 404 Special Project
- and one course from the Art History or Art Theory honours schedule.
To qualify for the diploma a candidate must satisfactorily pass all the courses specified in the schedule to the diploma. It is not possible to substitute another course.
One year full-time.
For full requirements see the Regulations for the Postgraduate Diploma in Art Curatorship (University Regulations website).