Date & time

Wed 6 Mar, 6:30pm – 9:00pm


LASALLE McNally Campus
1 McNally Street
Singapore 187940


Welcome to Postgrad Info Day 2024

Advance your thinking and practice at LASALLE, Asia’s leading contemporary arts and design institution.

With our one year* postgraduate programmes, you will gain valuable insights to develop transformative ideas that can reframe the cultural and creative industries, and various socio-economic sectors.

Through an interdisciplinary approach, and engagement with global practices and practitioners, you will be able to advance your research and practice in broader, deeper ways to critically and creatively address the needs of a changing world.

As the highest ranked specialist arts institution in Singapore and joint top in Southeast Asia for art and design (QS World University Rankings 2023), LASALLE is recognised for its critical discourse and leading-edge knowledge production through the arts. Our forward-looking graduates are cultural provocateurs and innovators championing the arts across cultures and sectors.

As we embark on a new era as part of the University of the Arts Singapore, we welcome you to join us at our Postgrad Info Day 2024 to find out more about our postgraduate programmes.

Come and speak to our programme advisors about admission to LASALLE. Apply on-the-spot during Postgrad Info Day to enjoy a waiver on application fee.

*One year for full-time and two years for part-time students (except for MA Art Therapy and MA Music Therapy which are two years full-time programmes)


MA Arts and Ecology
Sustainability now: putting arts in the centre of ecology
Wed 6 Mar, 7:00pm – 7:45pm
Lecture Theatre, Block F Level 2 #F201

McNally School of Fine Arts lecturers, Dr Wang Ruobing, Zarina Binte Muhammad and Dr Woon Tien Wei will introduce this new, innovative and transdisciplinary studio-based programme that brings together creative and ecological practitioners to explore critical discourses on the environment and critical action in communities through collective inquiry, compelling storytelling and contemporary art-making.


Jeffrey Say
MA Asian Art Histories
Why study Asian art histories?
Wed 6 Mar, 7:00pm – 7:45pm
Classroom, Blk F Level 2 #F214B

As a historian, researcher and curator, Programme Leader Jeffrey Say plays a pivotal role in contributing knowledge to the local and regional arts scene. Besides covering the aims, curriculum and structure, he will also explain some of the benefits and outcomes of this unique programme.

MA Arts Pedagogy and Practice
Arts pedagogies – teaching what we love
Wed 6 Mar, 7:00pm – 7:45pm
Classroom, Blk F Level 2 #F213

Join Programme Leader Dr. Woo Yen Yen, an innovative educator and cultural designer, as she provides a map of the programme’s goals, structure and curriculum. You will get a sense of the research and practice, workload, culture, as well as the peers that form each carefully selected cohort. Most of all, you will get an insight into what the programme can do for the growth of your practice and teaching.

MA Design
An opportunity to redesign your world
Wed 6 Mar, 7:00pm – 7:45pm
Lecture Theatre, Block F Level 2 #F202

Design educator and Programme Leader Joselyn Sim will introduce the changing influence of designers as leaders, strategists and thinkers who form new perspectives to redesign the world.

MA Fine Arts
Practice-based research in fine arts
Wed 6 Mar, 7:00pm – 7:45pm
Classroom, Blk F Level 2 #F214A

Programme Leader Dr Ian Woo is a renowned abstract artist and arts educator whose works are in the collections of major institutions. His talk will centre on how practice-based research is being carried out by LASALLE’s MA Fine Arts students.


MA Arts and Cultural Leadership
What is arts and cultural leadership all about?
Wed 6 Mar, 7:45pm – 8:30pm
Classroom, Block F Level 2 #F214

Programme Leader Audrey Wong – cultural policy expert, civil society advocate, arts and cultural scholar and the first Nominated Member of Parliament for the arts – has nurtured numerous arts managers and cultural leaders. At this talk, she will share about the programme's take on cultural leadership and why the term has become so current.

MA Art Therapy
Is art therapy a career for me?
Wed 6 Mar, 7:45pm – 8:30pm
Lecture theatre, Blk F Level 2 #F201

The MA Art Therapy programme welcomes you to engage in a unique dialogue with art therapy professionals and students. Programme Leader Ronald Lay will discuss the pragmatics of this globally-situated postgraduate art therapy training, showcase our arts-based community involvement and address your questions.


Dr Rosslyn Prosser
MA Creative Writing
Why study creative writing?
Wed 6 Mar, 7:45pm – 8:30pm
Classroom, Block F Level 2 #F213

Programme Leader Dr Rosslyn Prosser is an academic and writer who publishes in a range of forms and genres and has taught creative writing, literary studies, media and communications and gender studies in Australian universities for over 20 years. She will share more about the MA Creative Writing programme which is the first of its kind in Singapore and Southeast Asia.

MA Music Therapy
The healing power of music
Wed 6 Mar, 7:45pm – 8:30pm
Lecture Theatre, Blk F Level 2 #F202

Music improves mental health and well-being, and with training on the new MA Music Therapy programme, students with functional music skills can learn how to use it to bring benefits to their clients. Dr Timothy O'Dwyer, Head, School of Contemporary Music and Dr Jonathan Gander, Head, School of Creative Industries, will introduce the programme features of this important new MA and outline requirements for entry.


Hear from our MA students and alumni to find out more about what inspired them to pursue a postgraduate degree at this stage in their lives, and why they chose LASALLE.


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