The MIECAT Institute acknowledges the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia.
We pay our respects to Elders past and present.
We celebrate and value people of all backgrounds, genders, sexualities, cultures, bodies and abilities.
The essence of the work undertaken by The MIECAT Institute is based on the understandings that developed through the multi-arts research collaboration in 1992 instigated by Warren Lett with Jan Allen, Jean Rumbold and Andrew Morrish.
On 15 December, 1998, MIECAT Inc. was formally established as a not-for-profit Incorporated Institution under the Associations Incorporation Act of 1981 and is currently endorsed by the Australian Taxation Office as an income tax exempt charitable entity (charitable institution).
We have a range of academic staff members with diverse arts backgrounds and interests from different sectors working at MIECAT alongside a number of very experienced casual teaching staff. In addition, we have a dedicated Practicum Coordinator and Public Programs Coordinator.
The Student Experience
The MIECAT Institute is committed to training practitioners working in a variety of contexts including health, community development, education and arts therapy, to understand and represent multi-arts and experiential ways of being in their professional and personal lives. Find out what our students are saying.
Working as a mental health nurse, Weiyu offers insight into the interface between Arts and Health through the Masters program.
Places in the Masters and Professional Doctorate courses are limited. All applications received will be reviewed and considered by the Selection and Admissions Panel. To find out more, contact us via the form below and indicate which program you are interested in knowing more about.