Bachelor of Arts

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Visual Arts

Campuses

Burwood (Melbourne), Waterfront (Geelong)


Overview

Gain qualifications, skills and knowledge for professional practice in the visual arts. Develop skills for a specialised industry vocation or for a broader role in the fields of culture and the arts. The course combines contemporary theory with specialised studio practice, incorporating digital technologies. Final-year students are able to participate in visual arts internships.


Career outcomes

Graduates may find employment in art galleries and museums, commercial art, cultural associations, the education sector, film production companies, graphic design businesses, media consultancies and services in art therapy.


Units

Complete the following 2 credit points at level 1:

ACV101Contemporary Art Practice: Body

ACV102Contemporary Art Practice: Space

Complete 4 credit points at level 2 from the following list:

ACV205Contemporary Art Practice: Pluralism

ACV206Contemporary Art Practice: Abstraction

ACV214Art and Technology

ACV207Materialising the Image: Visual Art and Photography Since 1989

ACV210Integrated Practice 1

Complete the following 2 credit points at level 3:

ACV311Visual Arts History and Theory in the Expanded Field

ACV310Integrated Practice 2


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