Five day screen printing workshop 6-10 JULY, DSA, PRINT STUDIO, RIEGO ST
In association with Private Utopia: Contemporary Art from the British Council Collection, the Dunedin Public Gallery...
1864 Mundy photographs revisited at Toitu
Scenes of early Dunedin by Mr D. Mundy, photographer, of Princes street have been revisited by Dunedin School of Art senior students, of Photography: Maxwell...
Olveston & Art School Student Project
An exhibition of work produced by Dunedin Art School of Art Year 2 Photography and Electronic Arts Students was produced as part of the students' 3 week...
Public Seminar: Folly 23 JULY, 12.30-1.30PM, P152, DSA, RIEGO ST
This seminar introduces a new sculptural-architectural-photographic project that combines...
Trace: Caitlin Donnelly, Sue Pearce & Tom Fox 20-24 JULY, DSA GALLERY, RIEGO ST
Trace - Group Exhibition
Caitlin Donnelly, Sue Pearce and Tom Fox
Exhibition opening: Monday July 20, 5pm –...
Call for Art and Design Exhibition
12-25 OCT, SKINNER ANNEX, OTAGO MUSEUM
Call for contributing artists and works
Following six highly successful symposias held at the Dunedin School of...
From clay to CGI Dunedin artist and sculptor, James Doyle, has just closed a very successful exhibition of original sculpted creatures for his Master of Fine Arts degree at the...
Alumni designs new 50 cent ANZAC coin
The Reserve Bank has minted one million of a newly designed 50 cent coin commemorating the ANZAC centenary. The new 50 cent coin was designed by alumni Dave...
Top Art: NZQA Exemplars Exhibition 17-21 AUG, DSA GALLERY, RIEGO ST
Top Art: NZQA Student Exemplars Travelling Exhibition
Top Art is an annual touring exhibition featuring a selection of...
"Forged": Artist's Talk and Exhibition
Johanna Zellmer's touring exhibition "forged" explores issues of national identity and migration by ‘changing’ the status of iconic objects. In some works...
Kia ora and welcome to the Dunedin School of Art
Study Art to enrich your life and make a valuable contribution to contemporary life.
Are you creative and imaginative? Do you believe you have talent? If you are able to think laterally and independently, are motivated, have a good work ethic, and are willing to be open-minded and adaptable – art could be the ideal choice for you! Art graduates find their niche in a variety of fields.
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1. Bachelor of Visual Arts, Year One (Level 5)
Please apply online and submit a portfolio. Refer to the application information page on this website for details about compiling a portfolio and for our entry requirements. Applications will be considered by portfolio review. If your portfolio has already been reviewed and accepted by a member of the School of Art staff, please include a copy of the letter confirming this with your application.
2. Bachelor of Visual Arts, advanced standing (Level 6 or 7)
Applicants who have level 5 or 6 qualifications, such as certificates or diplomas, can apply for &advanced standing entry into the second or third year of the Bachelor of Visual Arts. Apply online and submit a portfolio. Please specify that you are applying for advanced standing and the level that you are applying for in your covering letter. Applications will be considered by portfolio review. Please provide evidence of the relevant qualification with your application.
3. Graduate Diploma in Visual Arts
Applicants who already have a degree in another subject are eligible for entry into the Graduate Diploma in Visual Arts. Apply online and submit a portfolio. Applications will be considered by portfolio review.
4. Postgraduate Programmes
Applicants for postgraduate programmes should apply online and submit a portfolio. Applications will be considered by project proposal, portfolio review and interview.
5. Diploma in Ceramic Arts.
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Greetings to Kai Tahu, Kati Mamoe and Waitaha
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Message from Head of School Leoni Schmidt
Dear students, colleagues and friends of the Dunedin School of Art,
We are looking forward to a productive and creative 2015. I invite you to attend our weekly seminars, regular exhibitions and other events – these are free of charge and all are welcome. Please view the news and events at the top of the page and our facebook page to see what’s going on amongst our community of artists in the School.
The Dunedin School of Art is committed to hands-on studio skills training in conjunction with the conceptual development of our students. We aim to prepare students for lifelong work and participation in a wide range of arts-related fields. Our graduates are able to engage with the art world of the 21st Century and they make valuable contributions to communities wherever they find themselves.
I’m looking forward to working with you all through the new year, to seeing exciting work in progress by students and colleagues, and to welcoming visitors to our community and our events. My door is always open for students, parents, and all those interested in what we do in the Dunedin School of Art. Please come and talk to me if you have any ideas about how we can engage ever more widely with our communities.
Professor Leoni Schmidt Head: Dunedin School of Art. email@example.com