Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art)Career
Art is the tool for innovation that can create real-life impact, and is essential to the new creative economy.
Progressive, collaborative thinking is in demand across major professional fields, like education, health, and entertainment, and artists are playing important roles in shaping creative endeavour in these. RMIT’s Fine Art graduates continue to make significant contributions to contemporary art and culture, nationally and internationally.
Many graduates enter careers as
- commercial photographers
- sound engineers
- teachers or academics
- museum coordinators
The arts and creative industries continue to grow. Established institutions in Melbourne, including Federation Square, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) and the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), and an increasing number of commercial and artist-run spaces, provide exciting opportunities for graduates.
RMIT connects you with a network of artists, curators, galleries and creative industries, both local and international, to support your studies. You’ll enter a community of artists and form lasting connections that you will carry for the rest of your professional life.
During your studies, formal opportunities exist for you to integrate hands-on experience into your studies, at local partner institutions and organisations.
As a result of RMIT’s international connections, students have access to study tours to New York and Europe, and international academics and artists feature as guest lecturers and artists-in-residence throughout the year.