Bachelor of Creativity (Visual Arts)

Focus on your discipline: jewellery, painting, print making, sculpture or photography. Create a body of work in your final year. Gain skills in developing your portfolio, exhibiting and building a creative career. Alongside studio work, you will explore the theory and history of art creation.

Programme outline

This Visual Arts major of the Bachelor of Creativity combines core courses with specialist Visual Arts courses. Subjects in the Visual Arts specialisation cover the following topics:

  • jewellery
  • sculpture
  • ceramics
  • photography
  • print-making
  • painting

In addition to specialised topics, the Bachelor of Creativity includes both core courses and the option to enrol in electives.

The first two years provide a strong base in the craft of a studio practice in the fine arts, with students exploring how to make artworks, while learning about the culture of the craft-object in society and its many contexts.

In the third year students create a major body of work for exhibition.

Entry criteria

University Entrance or equivalent study/work experience, and evidence of suitability based on portfolio

International students

Proven equivalence to domestic entry requirements and IELTS 6.0 (no band lower than 5.5)


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