ADM MA (Research)

ADM graduate programmes provide research opportunities in a wide spectrum. Candidates are encouraged to develop innovative ways of thinking and to produce creative works in a diverse range of media. 

ADM areas of research and practice are informed by the strategic research directions of the school and the interdisciplinary practice led by its highly versed industry-related professionals, academics, and educators. Some of the relevant topics that inform the PhD and MA programmes by research are: Southeast Asian Art, Design, and Media; Art, Design and Media Histories and Criticism; Cultural Identity and Heritage; Visual Art and Digital Humanities, Audio and Media Art (Animation / Film / Interactive), and Design Studies.

  • ​Our internationally renowned faculty members who combine theory and practice, preparing student artists to theorize their own experience in art, design and media.
  • Dynamic hub where international scholars, thinkers, and artists share their experiences with graduate students through regular ADM Lecture Series, workshops, screenings, exhibitions, and Digital Humanities Research Cluster.
  • Cutting-edge resources and facilities including ADM Library, research lounge for ADM graduate students, sound stage, motion-capture studio, 3D printing lab, movie theatres, dark room, print lab, digital sound lab, sound mixing studio, virtual reality (VR) studio, animation, and editing suites.
  • Active graduate communities, such as Graduate Club and TGIF (Thoughtful Gathering and Insightful Friday), where students share their own research and thoughts.
  • Interdisciplinary approach to embrace diverse disciplines at NTU while we stand at the centre of our core question on Art, Design and Media.
  • Multicultural environment where diversity becomes a prerequisite for intellectual dialogues and creative collaborations for innovative thinking.
Course Code/ TitleCourse ClassificationGroup/ SectionDays/ TimesInstructors/ Lecturer (s)Venue
Exhibition Design
0930 – 1220
Assoc Prof Laura MiottoADM ART-01-02
New Media History and Theory
1330 – 1620
Mr Ruben de la Nuez ArencibiaADM ART-B1-13