Presentation on theme: "Art History & Visual Culture Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Dr Lisa Mansfield"— Presentation transcript:
Art History & Visual Culture Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Dr Lisa Mansfield
Paparazzi THE GAZE Is graffiti art? WAR IN FILM Celebrity Animation GLOBAL / DIGITIAL / VIRTUAL
ART HISTORY & VISUAL CULTURE MINOR 2014 Level 1: ENGL 1105: Film Studies (semester 2) Level 2/3: ARTH 2003 Art against Society: Censorship & Iconoclasm (semester 1) ENGL 2057 Hollywood or Bust! (semester 1) PHIL 2029 Beauty: Pleasures & Principles (semester 1) ENGL 2061 Body, Culture, Text (semester 2) EUST 2114 European Film Movements (semester 2) HIST 2054 Reel History: World War II in Film (semester 2) HIST 2078 Britain : Power, Sex and Money (semester 2) Future courses (2015 availability to be confirmed) ARTH 2000 Northern Renaissance Art & Visual Culture ARTH 2001 Modern Chinese Art & Visual Culture ENGL 2008 Adaptation HIST 2063 Early Modern Europe PHIL 2051 Philosophy of Art Comprises 6 courses or 18 units (maximum 2 level 2 courses)
Art Against Society: Censorship & Iconoclasm
Patricia Piccinini, Big Mother, 2005 Silicone, fibreglass, leather, human hair, m Art Gallery of South Australia
Cosimo Cavallaro My Sweet Lord, 2005 Milk chocolate sculpture 6 feet, over 90 kg CENSORED
Future study pathways Honours (Art History dissertation) Masters by coursework programs Masters of Philosophy (MPhil) Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
GRADUATE PROGRAM IN ART HISTORY Postgraduate coursework and Masters degrees in: Art History Curatorial & Museum Studies
C A R E E R S Where can studying art history and visual culture take you?
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Art History graduates (St Andrews University, Scotland) Study Art History around the world on Exchange!
Arts administration & management Heritage officer (National Trust) Auctioneer Art critic (journalist) Publishing Teaching & arts education Curator Conservator Art librarian Art historian
SUCCESS STORIES! Graduate Employment: Artlab (Adelaide) Art Gallery of South Australia National Gallery of Australia (Canberra) Australian War Memorial (Canberra) National Gallery of Victoria (Melbourne) Art Gallery of New South Wales (Sydney) Bendigo Art Gallery (Victoria) Castlemaine Art Gallery (Victoria) Flinders University Art Museum Artspace (Adelaide Festival Centre) Migration Museum (Adelaide) The Australia Council – policy and funding Auction houses (Melbourne and Sydney) Art Magazines (Australia)