Public Art - F4002
Public art is a burgeoning field of practice for a range of cultural producers and plays an integral role in forming our perception of place. The realisation of public art requires a myriad of skills to both imagine and deliver impactful work.
Monash University’s new Graduate Certificate of Public Art is open to a broad range of industry professionals who want to develop their capabilities in designing, proposing and producing public art.
Guided by experienced and influential artists, designers and academics working in the field, you will gain theoretical and technical skills, detailed knowledge of processes and techniques for tendering submissions and an understanding of historical and theoretical context in engaging public art.
You will develop the knowledge and skills to successfully navigate complex procedures with councils, state governments, funding bodies, private companies and other stakeholders and build your expertise and networks while working within the Monash Art Projects (MAP) collaborative studio, led by Professor Callum Morton.