The Australian National University
The ANU School of Art (SofA) specialises in training for professional careers in visual arts and design. It offers PhD, Masters, Honours and Bachelor Degrees and graduate and undergraduate Diploma workshop-based courses in a wide range of disciplines. The School also conducts an active non-award and public lecture program.
Established in 1976, the ANU School of Art has built a reputation as a leading arts educator offering undergraduate training in nine art and design disciplinesâ€” Ceramics, Glass, Gold and Silversmithing, Painting, Photomedia, Printmedia and Drawing, Sculpture, Textiles and Furniture. The use of new technologies, such as computer-based design and multimedia applications, and their integration with traditional visual media, is fundamental to the Schoolâ€™s philosophy. Courses to complement and extend studies in the major Workshops are provided by the Art Theory and Core Studies Workshops, and the Applied Design, Temporal Digital Media Studies, Field Studies and Edition and Artistâ€™s Book Studio.