Arts Management student Angela Stock lead the Knit Merlynston Hall project, which involved more than 40 crafters from all over the world working collaboratively to create a massive ‘care blanket’ for the front of a disused local hall in northern Melbourne.
    Arts Management graduate Michelle Zemancheff coordinates a diverse portfolio of community and art projects in her role at Nillumbuk Shire Council in Melbourne. Artwork depicted: Wall of the Moon (Homage to Miro), Tom Sanders, 1968.
    Master of Arts (Arts Management) students collaborated with RMIT Gallery to curate the exhibition Quiddity.
    Biophilia, Natasha Bieniek, 2015. Image courtesy Art Gallery of New South Wales. RMIT alumnus Natasha Bieniek won the prestigious $50,000 Wynne Prize for her miniature landscape painting.

Master of Arts Management

Student work

Arts Management is an incredibly broad field. From managing festivals, events and museums to working as an advisor in the community, education and government sector, graduates of this course emerge as highly skilled, reflective and ethical practitioners committed to making a contribution to arts, culture and the community.

Students gain access to prominent local and international artists through frequent exhibitions and public programs at RMIT’s gallery spaces and art, culture and community projects. Students also have the opportunity to work with these spaces through internship programs and curatorial mentorships.

To find out more about this program including fees, application dates and entry requirements: www.rmit.edu.au/programs/MC034