- A message from the Dean of Arts
Why big business is hiring arts graduates: Bede Noonan, CEO
Now an employer of around 1500 people, Noonan believes that in the workforce the value of your degree is not just the knowledge you’ve gained from it, but the skills and perspectives you’ve acquired through the process of study.
Faithfully Conserving a Rembrandt
The Three Crosses is Rembrandt’s powerful depiction of Christ’s crucifixion – but how do you stabilise a 350-year-old print for exhibition while preserving the qualities which make it distinct?
Women aren’t better multitaskers than men – they’re just doing more work
Multitasking has traditionally been perceived as a woman’s domain. A woman, particularly one with children, will routinely be juggling a job and running a household – in itself a frantic mix of kids’ lunch boxes, housework, and organising appointments and social arrangements.
Friends, Romans, fake news – Shakespeare on social media
In a world of ‘alternative facts’ and spin, Shakespeare’s plays can help teach us how to grasp complexity and expose manipulation
Strengthening Indigenous languages in Mildura
Linguistics researchers at the Faculty of Arts are helping to strengthen Indigenous language education and usage in the rural communities of the Mildura region
Meet alumna Jessica O’Brien, Channels Festival 2019 Program Manager
Channels Festival Program Manager and Master of Art Curatorship alumna Jessica O’Brien introduces us to some of the program highlights
2020 Alumni Awards: Call for Nominations
Do you know an outstanding Arts alumnus making a difference locally or internationally?
Hard Truths: Prize-Winning Photography from The New York Times
Hard Truths is an exhibition of prize-winning photography from The New York Times. The exhibition showcases revealing images, each capturing nuanced experiences of struggle, survival and upheaval from across the world.
The Wednesday Lectures 2019
Sleepwalking through privilege and oppression?
The Wednesday Lectures 2019, Hosted by Raimond Gaita
Wednesdays, 18 September to 30 October 2019 6.30pm-8.00pm
Melbourne Masterclass: Cai Guo-Qiang
As part of the University of Melbourne’s Learning Partnership with the NGV exhibition Cai Guo-Qiang: The Transient Landscape, the Faculty of Arts presents an evening Melbourne Masterclass.
Prints, Printmaking and Philanthropy
A symposium celebrating 50 years of The Harold Wright and The Sarah and William Holmes Scholarships
30 September – 2 October 2019