Faculty of Education and Arts

Bachelor of Creative Arts (Honours)

Trudi Harley

With teaching staff who are practising artists, designers and performers with national and international reputations, students study within an inspiring and nurturing environment, which aims to develop a breadth of knowledge and skills.

Open, flexible studios and workshops provide the opportunity to practice specialist disciplines, such as ceramics/3D, drawing, printmaking, photography, painting, performance and dance. This program provides the opportunity for in depth research under the guidance of a studio supervisor and is the foundation for professional practice and further postgraduate study at masters and PhD level.

Career outcomes

Graduates work as professional artists and performers, graphic designers, within the creative arts industries more broadly, and as consultants to the arts industry, government bodies and general industry.