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Monash Art, Design and Architecture is an open, connected community. Find out how we dissolve the boundaries between disciplines and imagine real change.
Learn how you can turn your ideas into reality, and through your creativity, change the world for the better.
From facilities to course planning and campus events, our current students page is where you immerse yourself into life at Monash Art, Design and Architecture.
We undertake vibrant, innovative, creative research that addresses the social, economic and human issues facing Australia.
Read our latest news to find out what’s happening and how our people are having an impact.
Connect with us and be inspired. Find out about our latest events, from exhibitions to study expos.
Experience diverse views of the world. Our student work will introduce you to a kaleidoscope of projects.
Located at the heart of a vibrant precinct on Caulfield campus, our galleries contribute to an atmosphere of dialogue and exchange.
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Gain the specialist expertise you need to change careers or advance your existing one. Interested in PhD or Masters by Research? Browse our Graduate research degrees.
The realisation of Public Art requires a myriad of skill sets to both imagine and deliver.
Address challenges of the evolving built environment. Enhance quality of life in contemporary urban society.
A professionally focused program of advanced study in contemporary design practice.
Make your mark at the intersection of planning and design.
It depends on where you’ve come from, and where you’re headed.
Discover more to change more at our upcoming events for future students.
Use state-of-the-art technology to blend traditional methods of production with emerging and new technologies.
Why Monash for Art, Design and Architecture?
Meet our graduates and see where their creative careers have taken them.
Be amazed by a kaleidoscope of recent projects – check out what our students have been creating.
Banner artwork: River Derwent Heavy Metals Project, 2013