SCA PHD Scholarship for Contemporary Art Research

The SCA PhD Scholarship for Contemporary Art Research will be awarded to one PhD candidate from 2013, providing a unique opportunity for exemplary scholarly research on the Kaldor Public Art Project Archive. The scholarship is valued at $20,000 per annum (tax exempt) and may be held for a maximum duration of three years, subject to satisfactory progress.

The thesis should place the Projects within a contemporary and art historical context, and investigate the impact of the Projects on the Australian public and international audiences.

All applicants for the Kaldor Public Arts Project research opportunity will automatically be considered for the scholarship, which will be awarded based on academic merit and performance in the PhD admission interview.

Futher information on the Kaldor Projects research opportunity is available online at Research Supervisor Connect.

Instructions on the admission interview and how to apply for the degree are available through the SCA Graduate School.

2014 Sydney College of the Arts Indigenous Student Support Scholarship for an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander applicant


The 2014 Sydney College of the Arts Indigenous Student Support Scholarship for an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander applicant will be offered to a prospective student of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent commencing their studies in the Bachelor of Visual Arts in Semester 1, 2014.

The amount of the scholarship is $5,000 payable in the first year of study only.

This scholarship does not require an application and will be awarded to an eligible applicant who is ranked highly in the admission process, based on both their academic merit and the portfolio interview.

Please see the Terms and Conditions here