- The Postgraduate Diploma in Fine Arts (PGDipFineArts) offers advanced, practice-based research within a studio subject.
- The programme gives students the opportunity to produce work that critically examines the technical practice, artistic influences, trends, and professional industry of their specialist area in Fine Arts.
Students will be able to take advantage of Te Kura Kōwaiwai | Ilam School of Fine Arts’ facilities on campus, such as the on-site gallery, darkrooms, digital labs, workshops, and film suites. Each student will also have their own studio space for practising and showcasing their work.
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The research courses in the programme are practice-based, and build on your studio subject in Film, Graphic Design, Painting, Photography, or Sculpture.
The PGDipFineArts is made up of either:
- FINA 450 Honours Research (120 points)
- or both FINA 451 Honours Research A and FINA 452 Honours Research B (60 points each)
Students studying the Diploma part-time will complete the two courses option.