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MIMA School of Art & Design

Practical learning

You develop robust lifelong art practices, including: sculpture, painting, video and digital media, printmaking, new genres, installation, sound, artist-initiated projects and photography, while following your own interests through hands-on mentoring.

A front view of the Athena building on the univeristy campus

You work with visiting artists, curators and writers who share their expertise and give tutorial support to your individual research projects. Workshops underpin our approach of co-creation where you take creative risks - trialling, testing materials and ideas which are vital to artistic growth. Through co-producing safe spaces, new ideas can be grown, critiqued, nurtured and flourish.