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Art History & Curatorship

Gallery wall in long perspective with painting frames and figures in distance

If you are considering upgrading your qualifications in the arts and humanities, you will want to learn from the best in Australia and immerse yourself in the national cultural scene

 

Graduate coursework programs offered

ANU has become a leader in art history and curatorial studies and for the past 30 years has been forging close connections with national cultural institutions in Canberra. ANU is uniquely situated among Canberra’s national cultural institutions including the National Gallery of Australia, the National Museum of Australia, the National Portrait Gallery, the National Library and the Australian War Memorial. Many of the University’s art history and curatorship graduates work in these institutions and our nationally renowned internship program may enable you to undertake part of your studies within these institutions.

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