Phd art history and visual culture in University of otago
The Art History and Visual Culture teaching programme is designed to equip students with the concepts and language necessary for contemporary discussion of art, art history, art theory and art criticism. The special focus of the programme is the diversity of theory in the discourses of art. The Art History and Visual Culture programme at the University of Otago is unique in its diversity and breadth. Enjoy the opportunity to develop your visual literacy and analytical skills by pursuing courses across the Humanities that study high art, popular culture, and their intersection as a feature of contemporary life. You will have hands-on access to exceptional collections at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery, the Hocken Collections, Toitu Otago Settlers Museum, and the Otago Museum.
A master s degree, or a first-class or upper second-class honours degree in the same area of study, or a related discipline, as your intended area of research, academic transcripts, ECE, and proof of identity, A detailed research proposal, An up-to date CV, IELTSofof 6.5 in the academic module (with no individual band below 6.0), TOEFL ibT of 95 with a minimum writing score of 22, CAE/CPE of 176, (PTE) Academicof 64 with no communicative skills score below 57, EPAP Grade C or higher.
Art Consultant, Art Journalist, Academic Library Project Cataloguer, Arts Development Officer for County Council, Auctioneer, Exhibitions Manager