Art Internships & Independent Research (ARTT3200)
Communication & Arts School
#8 in the Art History Major to include ARTT3100 or ARTT3117 + GPA of 5.5 in these courses. Direct enrolment is not possible; intending students must email the course convenor to discuss their internship or research project and obtain approval.
ARTT3100 or ARTT3117
Independent Research Essay OR Internship Report & Research Essay
Associate Professor Sally Butler
Work Integrated Learning
Current course offerings
|Course offerings||Location||Mode||Course Profile|
|Summer Semester, 2016 (Standard)||St Lucia||Internal||Course Profile|
|Semester 1, 2017 (Standard)||St Lucia||Internal||Course Profile|
|Semester 2, 2017 (Standard)||St Lucia||Internal||Profile unavailable|
|Semester 2, 2017 (TP5)||St Lucia||Internal||Profile unavailable|
|Summer Semester, 2017 (Standard)||St Lucia||Internal||Profile unavailable|
Please Note: Course profiles marked as not available may still be in development.
This course offers students the opportunity to undertake an internship with a public art institution either within Australia or internationally, or complete a major independent research project. For those interested in internships, students must make a formal application to the public institutions themselves and have approval prior to the commencement of the course. The course convener also must approve the suitability of the internship prior to commencing the course.
Individual research topics are available to advanced students with good records, and typically results in a research essay of approx. 5,000 words. Research Topics are decided in consultation with a staff member whose expertise aligns with your independent research area. Students are encouraged to focus on institutional art archives and art collections and require a GPA of 5.5 or above to undertake this course.
The Internship application form is available here.
The Independent Research Project application form is available here.