The Graduate Diploma in Art provides a interdisciplinary postgraduate experience in contemporary Fine Arts practices for those who wish to extend their professional qualifications with a shorter period of study and those wishing to broaden or change directions in their art practice.
The Graduate Diploma in Art has two main components: a core of specialised Art courses and studio-based classes from a number of specialisations.
In the art core you will learn about the key and evolving concepts and practices of contemporary studio fine art practice, to help you situate yourself in a world marked by interdisciplinarity.
The studio-based courses enable you to either focus on a specific area of fine art practice, or to put together your own suite of courses.
completion of a recognized bachelor degree
meet English requirements.
* Some programs have additional entry requirements, please contact UNSW for this information.
The Graduate Diploma in Art provides for pathways for both those with backgrounds in art and those who wish to enter fine arts practice from other backgrounds. Graduates of the Graduate Diploma in Art have enhanced skills and understanding and can either complete a Master of Art or work as fine arts professionals.
Students who are approved to enter the GradDipArt requiring the completion of 48 uoc over 1 year full time or 2 years part time, must complete:
ADAD9113 Communication Skills (6 UOC)
ADAD9114 Research Foundations Art & Des (6 UOC)
SART9001 Studio Concepts and Practices (6 UOC)
SART9002 Process and Materiality (6 UOC)
SAHT9138 Art in the 21st Century or SAHT9204 Contemporary Creative Practices: Methods
Three courses (18 UOC) from approved Studio Specialisations
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