University of New South Wales, Australia

Master Curating & Cultural Leadership - Máster en Liderazgo Cultural

University of New South Wales, Australia
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  • Imparte:
  • Modalidad:
    Presencial en New South Wales
  • Precio:
    635$AUD/UOC/year
  • Comienzo:
    Información no disponible
  • Lugar:
    UNSW Australia International Centre, East Wing, Red Centre Building
    New South Wales 2052
    Australia
  • Duración:
    2 Años
  • Idioma:
    El Curso se imparte en Inglés
  • Titulación:
    Master Curating & Cultural Leadership

Presentación

The Master of Curating and Cultural Leadership [MCCL] is designed for graduates and professionals who aim to play a leading role in shaping the creative and cultural landscape of the future.

We see contemporary curating as a dynamic profession, which plays a key role in setting cultural agendas and discovering new ground. We foster a vision of leadership that is deeply diverse and non-hierarchical.

The MCCL builds connections between curating, audience engagement, policy, management, critical writing, promotion, production and the many new roles emerging in contemporary digital culture.

It also builds on over 20 years of experience at UNSW Art & Design in postgraduate education for arts and cultural professionals, many of whom are now prominent leaders in the Australian and international cultural field.

Requisitos

Postgraduate
Completion of a recognized bachelor degree
Meet English requirements.

* Some programs have additional entry requirements, please contact UNSW for this information.

Objetivos

At the conclusion of this program, students should be able to:
take on creative and ethical leadership roles in the evolving cultural landscapes of Australia and overseas
apply leadership in the context of major transformative forces, such as new technologies, the dynamic field of Asia-Pacific art and design, and the diverse and distinctive creativity of Australia
demonstrate advanced knowledge of the histories and theories informing contemporary issues in curatorship or cultural leadership
use diverse research methods, and higher order critical thinking in curatorial or cultural leadership contexts
engage with the cultural and creative industries to develop a strong and resilient professional practice underpinned by a robust and flexible skill set

Programa

Core
ADAD9113 Communication Skills (6 UOC)
ADAD9114 Research Foundations Art & Des (6 UOC)
SAHT9110 Australian Arts Ecology (6 UOC)
SAHT9112 Art Writing and Publishing (6 UOC)
SAHT9113 Cultural Heritage Ethics & Law (6 UOC)
SAHT9115 Internship (6 UOC)
SAHT9118 Capstone Project (6 UOC)
SAHT9138 Art in the 21st Century or SAHT9204 Contemporary Creative Practices: Methods
SAHT9310 Exhibiting Cultures or SAHT9124 Arts and Cultural Policy
ADAD9312 Leadership in the Cultural and Creative Industries or SAHT9117 Contemporary Curating: Histories, Theories, Practices
Core Options
Four courses from those offered in the Curating and Cultural Leadership Specialisations.
Open Electives
12 UOC in electives from any postgraduate course
Master of Curating and Cultural Leadership taken as a 72 UOC program [normally over 1.5 years full time or 3 years part time] begins at the intermediate level, with a core focus on developing research skills and building a sophisticated knowledge of the forces shaping the Australian and international cultural landscape.

Core
ADAD9114 Research Foundations Art & Des (6 UOC)
SAHT9110 Australian Arts Ecology (6 UOC)
SAHT9112 Writing for Different Cultures (6 UOC)
SAHT9113 Cultural Heritage Ethics & Law (6 UOC)
SAHT9115 Internship (6 UOC)
SAHT9118 Capstone Project (6 UOC)
ADAD9312 Leadership in the Cultural and Creative Industries or SAHT9117 Contemporary Curating: Histories, Theories, Practices
Core Options
Four courses from those offered in the Curating and Cultural Leadership Specialisations.
Open Electives
6 UOC in electives from any postgraduate course
Master of Curating and Cultural Leadership taken as a 48 UOC program [normally over 1.0 years full time or 2 years part time] begins at the advanced level, with a core focus on high-level writing and research skills, ethics and legal considerations and advanced theory in curating and cultural leadership.

Core
SAHT9112 Art Writing and Publishing (6 UOC)
SAHT9113 Cultural Heritage Ethics & Law (6 UOC)
SAHT9115 Internship (6 UOC)
SAHT9118 Capstone Project (6 UOC)
ADAD9312 Leadership in the Cultural and Creative Industries or SAHT9117 Contemporary Curating: Histories, Theories, Practices
Core Options
Two courses from those offered in the Curating and Cultural Leadership Specialisations.
Open Electives
6 UOC in electives from any postgraduate course

Salidas profesionales

Our graduates play leadership roles across the cultural landscape, working in diverse positions across independent, institutional, private and public contexts. Our alumni include:
Art Dealers, Advisors and Agents
Art Educators
Academics and Researchers
Directors of Cultural Organisations
Festival Directors and Producers
Gallerists
Magazine Editors
Marketeers
Policy Makers
Senior Curators

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