How to build and document your Fine Art folio at Monash
Join us at our Caulfield campus for a series of folio enhancing activities led by our Fine Art academics and get a taste of student life as part of our creative community. You'll not only learn how to build your fine art folio to apply for admission at Monash University but also have the opportunity to undertake a live drawing workshop and produce a series of drawings to add to your folio.
Remember to bring a selection of your own work along with your art journal to get some hands-on assistance and expert advice on your folio.
We'll conclude the day with a curator-led tour of the renowned Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA).
What to bring:
- Folio of current works for documentation (flat packed / not rolled)
- Sketch books / visual diaries
- Pen to take notes
- Digital camera (optional)
About Fine Art at Monash
Highly regarded by the Australian arts industry and internationally recognised, Monash Fine Art is a dynamic and culturally diverse community that encourages freedom of expression. Our Bachelor of Fine Art has two specialisations:
- The Bachelor of Fine Art, a studio-based degree with a strong focus on contemporary fine art, will allow you to develop and engage your creative ideas in tandem with learning new skills, techniques, materials and mediums.
- The Bachelor of Art History and Curating will help you develop your understanding and appreciation of art, including its origins and significance, preparing you for a career in art history, criticism, curating and cultural production.
You may also be interested in our Design and Architecture experience day on 5 July:
We will run a session in the morning and a repeat session so you have the option of choosing one or both activities on the day.
Make possible: 5 July, 10am –12.30pm and 1pm –3.30pm (repeat session)
This workshop will give you a sample of the design approach unique to Monash. You'll participate in a design making activity that demonstrates the transformative potential of design solutions that intersect design thinking with new technologies. There is no pre-required design knowledge to participate - just join us on the day and find out what makes design such an exciting field!
Hands on Architecture Studio: 5 July, 10am –12.30pm and 1pm – 3.30pm (repeat session)
Explore our facilities and discover how to put architectural ideas to work in this hands-on studio workshop. Experience first-hand what it's like to be an architecture student putting ideas to work in the world. In this session, you'll:
- learn about the studio environment and approach
- meet our academic staff
- work on a real life project and sites.