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Burwood (Melbourne), Waterfront (Geelong)
The Visual Arts major will appeal to students who are interested in careers across a variety of traditional media including painting, drawing or 3D modelling and new technologies including digital/photo imaging and computer-generated prints. A broad based course structure enables students to overlap disciplines to develop individual vision and expression by exploring the aesthetic, formal and social concerns of visual communication.
On successful completion of the Visual Arts major sequence, students should have the following skills:
Note: this major is only available to students at Warrnambool who are already formally enrolled in the major. ACV307 Studio Art: Painting E and ACV308 Studio Art: Painting F final year of offer was 2014 for continuing Warrnambool students enrolled in the major; after that time units will only be available for Warrnambool students at Waterfront (Geelong).
|ACV101||Studio Art: Painting and Practice A|
|ACV102||Studio Art: Painting and Practice B|
Students to select 3 units from level 2 units on offer, including one of ACV205 or ACV206.
|ACV205||Studio Art: Painting and Practice C|
|ACV207||Fear and Loathing in the Visual Arts: Art Since 1989|
|EEA211||Navigating the Visual World|
|ACV203||Visual Narrative Studio|
|ACV206||Studio Art: Painting and Practice D|
|EEA212||Visual Culture: Images, Meaning and Contexts|
|ACV308||Studio Art: Painting and Practice F (2 credit points from 2015)|
Plus one of:
|ACV306||Artists' Books Studio|
|ACV307||Studio Art: Painting and Practice E|
Trimester 1 or trimester 2 or trimester 3
|ACC317||Communication and Creative Arts Internship A|
|ACC318||Communication and Creative Arts Internship B|