Bachelor of Fine Arts Courses

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Type of establishment : University/higher education institution
Level: First cycle
CRICO: 00103D

Our Bachelor of Fine Arts program has been redesigned in response to the changing landscape of contemporary art, with an emphasis on collaboration and self-initiated creative practice. We foster a cohesive creative community that will support you during your degree and after you graduate. Studio Contemporary Art Practice classes are contextualized through a comprehensive historical and theoretical foundation. You will develop skills in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture and installation, printmaking and media technologies. You will also gain skills in planning and managing virtual and physical exhibitions through our online and on-campus galleries. A range of elective courses in all disciplines are available to complement your studies in the visual arts. With an expanded skill set, you broaden your employment options in the arts sector and beyond. Electives include Art Writing, Indigenous Studies, Entrepreneurship, Behavioral Studies, Media and Screen Studies, Education, and Web Project Development. You will be prepared for a professional career in the arts through our internship program. Internships are available through art galleries, arts organizations, schools, and community organizations.

Structure

This program consists of 360 credit points.

Topics

  • Drawing, visual arts: studio arts practice
  • Visual Culture: An Introduction
  • digital art
  • Visual culture: foundations and traditions
  • Materials and technology
  • Visual culture: from modernism to postmodernism
  • australian indigenous art
  • Collaborative workshop
  • Contemporary issues of visual culture
  • Professional artistic practice
  • Connections
  • Write about the arts.

Standard entry requirements

  • Australian Grade 12 Achievement
  • Or equivalent abroad. Academic IELTS with an overall mark of 6.0
  • No band less than 6.0, or equivalent. Interview and folio – refer to: study.federation.edu.au

Study path

Credit will be considered if students have successfully completed graduate school or TAFE studies in a relevant field.

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