Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
DR068 – Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) (Fine Art)
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This program will provide an opportunity for you to contribute to knowledge in your chosen field of research. You will have the opportunity to contribute to research seminars and engage in the research community of the School of Art.
The program will provide a sound understanding of pure and applied research methodologies, which underpin practice-based research projects. Fine art candidates are able to pursue research in a chosen field through a project and an exegesis/ Appropriate Durable Record (ADR) of 20 000 to 40 000 words. The research program culminates in an assessment by external examiners, usually in the context of a formal one person exhibition, installation, performance or other appropriate public presentation.
The following program structure(s) provides full details including entrance requirements and application information.
Graduates are employed in senior positions in universities, galleries, museums, non-government organisations, art organisations and companies. Graduates also freelance as artists, writers, curators and producers. Graduates also work as Research Fellows and Post Doctoral Research Fellows on post doctoral research projects in government organisations.
RMIT’s teachers and art practitioners are sought-after experts who understand the value of art in urban and community locations. They will work with you to build an appreciation for histories of art, culture and diversity for a globally mobile world and provide an educational framework of sound skills, experimentation and innovative practices. Under their guidance you will be prepared to unleash your art career on the world.
Assoc. Prof. Keely Macarow – Program Coordinator
Karen Hewitt – Administrative Officer, Research
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