About this course
This two-year full-time (or four-year part-time) Masters coursework program in Arts and Community Practice provides an intensive learning experience for artists and practitioners to examine cultural development, art and social practice, and community arts. Students will be immersed in situated collaborative practices, critical debates and creative independent research with faculty supervision. Students will deepen and extend their practices as artists, community workers, policy makers, or creative producers - making international connections, as well as preparing for future research. The course has multiple modes of delivery (classroom, online, and fieldwork) and an elective structure which includes a low-residency option for students based outside of Melbourne.
- An undergraduate degree with a major relevant to community cultural development or equivalent; or
- An undergraduate degree in any discipline together with at least two years of documented relevant work experience related to community cultural development; or
- At least five years of documented relevant work experience related to community cultural development, together with evidence of ability in academic writing and research or scholarship appropriate for postgraduate study.