Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art)Program details
Sorry, this program is not available for local students.
If you hold a different visa type, you may be eligible. Please contact Info Corner for more information.
Sorry, this program is not available for international students intending to study on a student visa.
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There’s no better way to learn about art than by making it.
In your degree at RMIT, you’ll learn the value of technique and technology. This degree will provide you with the capacity, the confidence and the tools to understand and interpret the world around you through art.
You’ll be immersed in your art practice in studios, where you’ll learn to use your skills to open new ways of thinking, new approaches and new conversations in art and the global community. Studio courses are taught by high-profile practising artists who exhibit locally and internationally, so you can connect with what’s happening in the art world.
Studios are complemented by studies in the history and theory of art, and in the professional skills you’ll need to succeed in the arts and creative industries.
This degree is also delivered in Hong Kong. Visit the Hong Kong Art School for information and to apply for this option.
How you will learn
The degree structure supports interdisciplinary studies and allows you to refine your individual approach to making and thinking through art.
Studio specialisations include
- experimental animation
- gold and silversmithing
- installation practice
- performance art
- public art
- sound art
- sound design
- video art.
Discover and develop your skills to assist in the investigation of ideas and creative interpretations.
Experiment within a framework of self-directed projects, supported by courses designed to further your conceptual, technical and critical thinking skills. Student exchange opportunities are available to students in this year.
Consolidate a professional practice through the development of individualised projects, supported by critical reflection and feedback in a supportive studio environment. You will begin to determine, through your engagement with studio practice, your future in the creative industries.
School of Art Galleries
Galleries and exhibitions are regularly rotating and promoting the works of our students.
Kira Rosenwax – Fine Art
What is it like to be a professional artist? To work on festival projects, or be employed in companies and institutions such as galleries, museums or studios? Kira Rosenwax found out.