The Master of Art Curatorship was established in 1990, drawing on the advice and support of the arts community and museum sector.
Our comprehensive program incorporates theoretical, historical and practical study units, focusing on the changing role of art museums and arts organisations in collecting, interpreting and exhibiting art. Leading professionals from the Australian art world contribute to teaching programs, as well as the staff of the University’s cultural collections and the Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation, ensuring all knowledge you gain is relevant and contemporary.
Our graduates are employed by:
- Art Gallery of Western Australia
- Art and Industry Biennial Trust, New Zealand
- Christie's Auction House, London
- National Gallery of Victoria
- National Museum of Singapore
- Utopian Slumps commercial gallery