It actively promotes both the creative environment and the intellectual context for artistic experimentation. The Faculty of Arts supports currently enrolled students with orientation events, enrichment activities and advice on study options such as internships and overseas study; and offers information for future students who wish to study with the Faculty.
The School of the Arts is a place to engage your imagination, sharpen your analysis and enhance your understanding of the world around you. The Royal Academy of Arts is an independent charity and does not receive revenue funding from government. School of Art graduate students display their work at the end of each semester during Grad Walk. The School invites you to host your event at the beautiful Mexican Heritage Plaza.
Since the School assumed operations of the Plaza in July 2011, thousands of community members have rediscovered that the Mexican Heritage Plaza is the ideal location to have a wedding, an intimate meeting, a conference, a family celebration, and any other type of event.
At the graduate level, the School of Art offers a Master of Arts in Visual Arts Education, a Master of Art History, and a Master of Fine Arts degrees. Join a multidisciplinary panel of Dietrich School experts on Thursday, November 17 at 3 p.m. in 3703 Posvar Hall to explore religious persecution within the broader historical context of Civil Rights in America. With more than 30 full time academic staff, the School of Arts is a unique concentration of experts on the arts and cultures of Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
It offers disciplinary-specific degrees in contemporary and historical arts as well as innovative cross-disciplinary programmes combining art, archaeology, music and media. School of Art graduates work as artists, animators, museum administrators, photographers, teachers, gallery managers, and commercial designers. These include: Arts Undergraduate Research Awards, Community Service Learning courses, Arts Co-op, Arts Internship, International learning, student mobility and destination study.…