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BARTHC Art History and Curatorship

 Course Level
Bachelors / UG
 Type
Full Time

 Duration
3 Years
 Start month
July

 Tuition fee

International
32640 AUD
National
21705 AUD

Application fee

International 75 AUD
National 75 AUD
Department
College of Arts and Social Sciences
Scores accepted
IELTS (min)6.5
TOEFL-IBT (min)80
SAT (avg)570

About this course

Art history and curatorship has a strong career orientation. Several ANU graduates have taken up key positions in art galleries, museums and other cultural institutions. Some are in teaching positions relating to their specialisations, while others have entered the commercial world of culture and art. This course lets its students Immerse themselves in specialised and exclusive tutorials at the National Gallery of Australia, the National Portrait Gallery and the Australian War Memorial. They also get practical experience with some of the world’s most exciting cultural institutions during their selected internships. With a strong emphasis on critical analysis, research, problem solving and communicating with audiences in diverse ways, this degree provides valuable training for future managers in the arts, heritage and collections sectors, and more broadly across the public service and private enterprise.

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Eligibility Criteria

  • Domestic applicants
    • ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admission Rank) : 80
    • QLD Band: 10
    • International Baccalaureate: 28
  • International applicants
    • Applicants with international qualifications should refer to the latest International undergraduate admissions table for a guide to program entry scores.
  • For Indian Applicants the following eligibility criteria apply:
    • AISSC: A minimum cumulative score of 13 in their best 4 subjects where the score is calculated by the given metric: A1=5; A2=4.5; B1=3.5; B2=3; C1=2; C2=1.5; D1=1; D2=0.5
    • ISC: The minimum average of the externally examined subjets must be 83%

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Course Modules

The Bachelor of Art History and Curatorship requires completion of 144 units, of which:

  • A maximum of 60 units may come from completion of 1000-level courses

The 144 units must include:

  • 24 units from completion of the following compulsory courses:
    • ARTH1006 Art and Design Histories: Form and Space
    • ARTH1007 Art and Design Histories: Making and Meaning
    • ARTH3001 Art History and Curatorship Internship
  • 12 units from completion of courses from the following list:
    • ARTH2044 Art and Its Context: Materials, Techniques, Display
    • ARTH2045 Curatorship Theory and Practice
    • ARTH2057 Art and Politics of Collecting
  • 36 units from completion of courses from the following list:
    • ARTH2039 Painters of Modern Life
    • ARTH2043 Modernism and Postmodernism in Art and Design: 1850-2000
    • ARTH2044 Art and Its Context: Materials, Techniques, Display
    • ARTH2045 Curatorship Theory and Practice
    • ARTH2050 Photography and Art
    • ARTH2052 Art of the Modern Print
    • ARTH2055 Fabric of Life: An Introduction To Textile History
    • ARTH2056 Art and Architecture of Southeast Asia: Tradition and Transformation
    • ARTH2057 Art and Politics of Collecting
    • ARTH2059 Art and Architecture of Asia: Histories and Traditions
    • ARTH2061 Postmodern Sublime
    • ARTH2080 Art and Visual Culture of the Long Eighteenth Century, 1660-1815
    • ARTH2081 Art of the European Courts, 1500-1815
    • ARTH2082 Art, War and Conflict
    • ARTH2093 Post-Colonial Discourses in Australian Art
    • ARTH2097 Victorian and Edwardian Art: Australia and Europe 1837-1914
    • ARTH2098 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art
    • ARTH2102 Art of Portraiture: History and Theory
    • ARTV2018 Cyberculture
    • ARTV2030 Theories of the Object
    • ARTV2031 Theories of the Image
    • ARTV2050 Renaissance and Baroque Art
    • ARTV2052 Introducing Asian Modernisms
    • ARTV2053 Contemporary Asian Art
    • ARTV2054 Australian Art: The Modern Period
    • ARTV2055 Costume, Fashion and Visual Culture
    • FILM2005 Moving Pictures: Cinema and the Visual Art
  • Either 24 units from completion of one of the following language minors:
    • Advanced Ancient Greek
    • Advanced French Studies
    • Advanced German Studies
    • Advanced Hispanic Culture
    • Advanced Hispanic Linguistics
    • Advanced Italian Studies
    • Advanced Latin
    • Advanced Spanish Studies
    • Ancient Greek
    • Arabic
    • Chinese Language
    • Classical Chinese
    • French Language and Culture
    • German Language and Culture
    • Hindi Language
    • Indonesian Language
    • Italian Language and Culture
    • Japanese Language
    • Japanese Linguistics
    • Korean Language
    • Latin
    • Russian
    • Persian
    • Sanskrit Language
    • Spanish
    • Thai Language
    • Urdu Language
    • Vietnamese Language
  • Or 24 units from completion of courses listed in the following majors and minors:
    • Ancient History Major
    • Anthropology Major
    • Archaeology Major
    • Asian Art History Minor
    • English Major
    • Film Minor
    • History Major
    • Visual Arts Practice Minor
  • 48 units from completion of elective courses offered by ANU

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How to Apply

  • Students are expected to apply via the online appication portal where they must adhere to the deadline, provide all supporting documentation, and pay the application fee.
  • Supporting documents include items such as academic transcripts and graduation certificates, proof of English language competence, relevant work experience, curriculum vitae or resume references, and written work that you have completed or to which you have contributed, such as theses (published or unpublished), essays or papers.
  • All documents must be in English, or translated into English. Documents should be colour scans of originals and uploaded as part of this application.
  • When uploading documents, they should be in one of the following formats: bmp, .gif, .pcx, .pdf, .png, .jpg, .jpeg, .tif, .tiff. Documents may be uploaded as prompted during the application, or as a combined file, in the attachment section.

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