Info Session: Graduate Certificate in Public Art

Info Session: Graduate Certificate in Public Art

  • 20 October 2020, 5.30–6.30pm
  • Webinar

Register here to secure your seat

Do you want to develop your capabilities in designing, proposing and producing public art?

Join Monash University academics as they talk about the Graduate Certificate in Public Art.

Register for our information evening to hear renowned Australian contemporary artist and Course Director Professor Callum Morton talk about this unique course and the diverse career outcomes available.

After the session, you can chat with our staff about your study and career options.

APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN NOW with classes commencing in March 2021.

*Please note this course is only offered to domestic students.

About us - Monash University Fine Art  Callum Morton is Associate Dean, International and Engagement at Monash University's Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture and Director Monash Art Projects. He has exhibited nationally and internationally since 1990.

Morton’s work is held in impor­tant Aus­tralian and inter­na­tion­al pub­lic col­lec­tions includ­ing, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Syd­ney; Nation­al Gallery of Vic­to­ria, Mel­bourne; Nation­al Gallery of Aus­tralia, Can­ber­ra; New Ply­mouth, New Zealand; and Fon­dazione Mor­ra Gre­co, Naples, among others.

The Department of Fine Art at Monash University is highly regarded by the arts industry and is internationally recognised. We engage in a multidisciplinary studio-based approach to teaching and research which inspires critical reflection, artistic self-discovery and encourages a thought-provoking dialogue between art and ideas. We received the highest possible ERA ranking for Visual Arts and were categorised as ‘above world standard’ for Art History*, and we are also ranked 34th in the world for art and design^.

Image: Emily Floyd, Mangrove Poem, 2019. Courtesy the artist and Anna Schwartz Gallery. Photograph by Cian Sanders