Get a sense of the kinds of courses we offer.
Melbourne Masterclass: 10 Great Books 2021
The Faculty of Arts proudly presents the book club to end all book clubs: 10 Great Books, a Melbourne Masterclass.
Summer Intensive: The Turbulent Mind of Leonardo da Vinci
A short course celebrating the life and work of Renaissance polymath, Leonardo da Vinci.
Melbourne Masterclass: 10 Great Books 2020
February - November 2020
The book club to end all book clubs.
Melbourne Masterclass: Cai Guo-Qiang
A Masterclass in partnership with the NGV exploring the Melbourne Winter Masterpieces exhibition, 'Cai Guo-Qiang: The Transient Landscape'.
Melbourne Masterclass: The Terracotta Warriors
A Masterclass in partnership with the NGV exploring the Terracotta Warriors through short lectures, panel discussions and gallery floor talks.
Summer Intensive: The History of News from Street Ballads to Social Media
A summer intensive course providing an overview of important trends in the history of news over the last 500 years.
Short Course: The Galileo Affair
A short course focusing on the ‘Galileo Affair’, one of the most fascinating episodes in the history of science.
Melbourne Masterclass: "Paris is the World"
A summer intensive exploring the history of Old Regime and revolutionary Paris (17th and 18th centuries). Held at The University of Melbourne and the National Gallery of Victoria.
Short Course: Unearthing Pompeii
A journey through the perpetual unearthing of Pompeii and examine its history, buildings, public and private spheres of everyday life, recreation, entertainment and art.
Melbourne Masterclass: MoMA at NGV
A four-week masterclass in partnership with the NGV exhibition 'MoMA at NGV: 130 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art'.
Melbourne Masterclass: Van Gogh's Four Seasons
A Melbourne Masterclass exploring the life and art of one of the most recognisable artists of the 20th century, Vincent van Gogh.
Melbourne Masterclass: Objects, Sounds and Stories of Love
Love, a complex emotion to say the least, has inspired artists and creative practitioners for centuries, generating countless artworks, objects, poems, books, musical compositions and films.