Malaysian Institute of Art

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Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA)
Institut Seni Lukis Malaysia
Established 1967
Chairman Khoo Ee Peng
President Tian Peak Lim
Location Taman Melawati, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA) (Chinese: 马来西亚艺术学院, Malay: Institut Seni Lukis Malaysia) was founded in 1967 as a higher art education provider and accredited by the Malaysia Ministry of Higher Education.

MIA provides courses in the field of creative art and music with course contents at its own campus located at Taman Melawati, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

MIA has strong links with universities and colleges overseas where MIA graduates may to complete their Degree through advanced placement or credit transfer in United Kingdom, Italy, Finland, Australia, United States, New Zealand, China, Korea, Taiwan and Japan.


  • Foundation
  • Graphic design
  • Fine art
  • Illustration
  • Interior design
  • Industrial design
  • Music
  • Fashion & textile
  • Interior Design


The institute received the Gold Award in the Chamber Choir category at the International Choir Festival 2009 in A Voyage of Songs. [1]


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Coordinates: 3°12′38″N 101°44′46″E / 3.21053°N 101.74623°E / 3.21053; 101.74623