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28 Jun 2011

Adiwarna Gallery and Pesiban Exhibition Hall

The School of Arts has two major galleries and one exhibition hall: Adiwarna Gallery, Gallery of Cultural, Invention & Innovation, Pesiban Exhibition Hall (Balai Pesiban Agung).

These galleries and exhibition halls provide special curatorial and exhibition opportunities for students and artists. The Fine Arts Visiting Artist Program exposes students to contemporary art and internationally renowned artists from abroad, in order to enable art discourse and criticism between aspiring students and established artists.

The School of Arts offers undergraduate programs in Communication Graphics, New Media Design and Technology, Product Design, Fine Art, Drama & Theatre, and Music.

The undergraduate program is a three-year, full-time Bachelor and Bachelor of Fine Arts degree programs with courses offered throughout the day and evening and while the graduate program is a 2 years full time in research studies.

Each of these highly individual professional degree programs shares certain important characteristics that reflect the University Sains Malaysia, School of Arts unique approach to the education of artists. Identifying which higher institution learning will prepare an aspiring artist to meet the demands and challenges that await tomorrow's professionals can be a difficult task.

The School intends to prepare aspiring artists to meet the demands and challenges that await tomorrow's professionals, while the outcome will vary for each individual, based on his or her interests, needs, abilities and focus. The School of Arts has long prided itself on the reputation and experience of its internationally renowned faculty.

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