Otago Polytechnic

 

Art research submissions


Both our Master of Fine Arts and Master of Visual Arts programmes enable students to increase the professionalism of their art practice and their capacity for independent work. Students can specialise in any of eight specific studio areas: Ceramics; Electronic arts; Jewellery and Metalsmithing; Print; Photography; Painting; Sculpture and Textiles. The major component of students' research submission is an exhibition of original art work.

We are New Zealand’s oldest public art school, founded in 1870. Master of Fine Art dissertations prior to 2019 can be accessed through the University of Otago's Robertson Library.

Master of Fine Arts (MFA) dissertations and Master of Visual Arts (MVA) essays

Seen, Unseen

MFA

Gordon, Emily

2020-09-01

Hidden in Plain Sight

MVA

Broughton, Coral

2020-08-21

The Way We Lived?

MFA

Swale, Simon

2020-04-24

Threads of Survival

MFA

Griffiths, Megan

2020-02-28

Heavy luggage: Climate change cultural identity and art activism

MVA

Fleming, Debbie

2020-02-28

Altered Neuro States

MFA

Fox, Tom

2019-12-03

The Girl Who Never Threw Anything Away

MVA

Watts, Kate

2019-08-30

Bloom

MFA

Boyle, Antonia

2019-04-29

The sixth: A jeweller’s participatory artistic exploration of extinction and biodiversity loss in New Zealand

MFA

Wilkinson, Michelle

2019-04-29

Muggeridgian Solids: A visual perspective of mathematics

MVA

Muggeridge, Andrea

2019-04-12

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