ARTH4006P Art History and Curatorship IV Honours (S)
Later Year Course
|Offered By||School of Cultural Inquiry|
|Course Subject||Art History|
|Offered in||First Semester, 2013, Second Semester, 2013, First Semester, 2014, and Second Semester, 2014|
|Unit Value Range||12 units to 24 units|
For the full Honours program and course description please contact the relevant Honours Convenor (see http://cass.anu.edu.au/current-students/honours/).
(a) A research thesis focused on an approved curatorial topic of 15,000 words; 40%.
(1) HISTORY OF ART HISTORY
(2) ROYAL PORTRAITURE
Students are expected to consult with the honours course convenor about their choice of thesis topic, and are required to seek approval for their topics and arrange supervision with a member of staff.
Two years part time.
Students may commence Art History and Curatorship IV (Honours) in the second semester.
|Areas of Interest||Art History|
1. Shelley, M, The Care and Handling of Art Objects, Abrams, New York, 1987
Two semester duration, starting either first or second semester
In collaboration with the National Gallery of Australia, the National Library of Australia and other Canberra institutions, a system of internships has been established whereby, as part of the course for their degree or diploma, selected students may undertake curatorial work at the approved art gallery and museum under host institution supervision. Honours IV, GradDip, MA (coursework) and PhD students are eligible to apply. Available intern positions in specific curatorial areas and institutions will be advertised in Art History towards the end of the preceding semester.
|Academic Contact||Dr Andrew Montana|
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