Sydney College of the Arts (SCA) has a prestigious history of educating many of Australia's most successful contemporary visual artists and curators. Among SCA's most successful graduates are Shaun Gladwell, Marc Newson and Jane Campion.
SCA became a faculty of the University of Sydney in 1990. All SCA graduates since 1990 are alumni of SCA and the University of Sydney and graduates prior to 1990 are alumni of SCA.
SCA's alumni program encourages a continuing relationship with all SCA graduates. As part of this program, graduates receive information about exhibitions and events at SCA and can contribute details about recent exhibitions, events or achievements for the News and Events pages of the website.
SCA also offers a range of postgraduate research and coursework degrees, which are designed to help artists and researchers further expand on their practice and research within the supportive community of the Graduate School.
Scholarships and Awards
SCA supports the development of recent graduates through the award of the Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Artists Travel Scholarship.
Library Services for Alumni
Alumni can have off-campus access to the Proquest 5000 databases. Proquest 5000 provide access to nearly 9,400 publications. A library membership is required to access the databases. For more information about an alumni library membership visit the services for University of Sydney alumni website.
Sydney College of the Arts appreciates the generosity of benefactors that have made it possible to provide scholarships and other resources to students. Benefactors also assist academics advance SCA’s research profile in an international forum.
Gifting to the University