School of Art
The School of Art provides a lively and critically supportive context in which students are able to undertake exploration and research in a breadth of genre and media under the guidance and mentoring of a committed staff of nationally and internationally recognized artist educators and researchers.
The main discipline areas within the School are: Painting, Drawing, Printmaking and Sculpture, Performance and Installation. Interdisciplinary practice is encouraged within the School and across Schools and research excellence promoted. Students in the School of Art are encouraged to consider what is seen, heard and sensed in the world, and through a selected discipline, express an interpretation or analysis of it.
Many graduates of the Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours), Master of Art by coursework, Master of Fine Arts and the PhD programs have achieved national recognition such as the awarding of prestigious Blake and Archibald Prizes, the Helen Lempriere Travelling Art Scholarship, the Samstag Award and Fulbright and Rotary scholarships.