- A message from the Dean of Arts
How women are changing Indonesia
With support from research led by the University of Melbourne and Universitas Gadja Madah, the future of gender equality in Indonesia is set for change.
Melbourne Masterclass: 10 Great Books 2020
The Faculty of Arts proudly presents the book club to end all book clubs, 10 Great Books, a Melbourne Masterclass.
Alumna Alyssa Trometter: Proving the worth of a PhD outside academia
We recently spoke to Alyssa about her work in higher education, her time in Melbourne, and how her PhD helped establish an international career.
Conserving Australia’s cultural record
Our cultural record is the history of Australia’s identity, and, unless care is taken to conserve it with a clear cultural understanding, its context could be lost.
Meet Sobur Dhieu, Tony and Maja Carp Scholarship recipient
Tony and Maja Carp Scholarship award winner Sobur Dhieu tells us about her first year experience studying the Bachelor of Arts at the University of Melbourne.
Ancient Rome brought to life on South Lawn
In September, a legion of Roman soldiers took over South Lawn on the Parkville campus, fully kitted out with historically appropriate clothing, armour and weaponry.
Behind the scenes at the Venice Biennale
Master of Art Curatorship student Mary-Louise Carbone was the 2019 recipient of the Venice Biennale Scholarship allowing her to undertake an internship at the Venice Biennale.
An early glimpse at life in the arts
A unique partnership with Linden New Art - a contemporary gallery in the heart of St Kilda - is giving students from our Master of Arts and Cultural Management and Master of Art Curatorship programs an experience of industry life.
Short Course: The Turbulent Mind of Leonardo da Vinci
Monday, 20 January - Thursday, 23 January 2020. Reflecting Leonardo's polymathy, this course will draw on academic expertise to offer insight into his turbulent mind.