Art History and Curatorship.
Combine your passion for Art History with working in a Museum; combine Art History with the practicalities of curating.
Careers. In museums and art galleries.
Art and Art Theory.
You will complete courses in Ceramics, Furniture, Glass, Gold & Silversmithing, Painting, Photomedia or Sculpture and Textiles to a total of 96 units. 2 years full-time. In Art Theory you will discover visual art from perspectives such as Photodiscourse, Art and Design in the Public Environment, Design Issues, Protest and Propaganda, the International Avant-Garde, Popular Culture, Short Film, and Fashion and Art.
Asia-Pacific Studies/Visual Arts.
Understand the context of the Asia Pacific region, learn one of its languages, and combine this with your Bachelor of Visual Arts and with the forms, materials and technologies of your chosen studio discipline: Ceramics, Digital Media, Furniture, Glass, Gold and Silversmithing, Painting, Photomedia, Printmedia and Drawing, Sculpture, or Textiles.
Careers. Museum, Gallery, Heritage, or independent art work. Benefit from your knowledge of the Asia-Pacific region.
Major in Ceramics, Furniture, Glass, Gold & Silversmithing, Textiles or Sculpture. You will use digital technology for design development, fabrication and promotion.
Careers. As professional designer-makers.
Contemporary approaches to visual arts - Jewellery, Painting, Print Media, Sculpture, Studio Skills. You will be encouraged to experiment, your ideas will be challenged. 3 year Degree and additional year for Honours to access Postgraduate studies.
Careers. Fine Art graduates from the Queensland College of Art have an enviable record of career success as professional artists. Many have works in private and public collections and have won scholarships and national and international awards. Others choose posts in the arts, education or administration.
Skills for creative industries, arts administration, museum and heritage, publishing and journalism, design and advertising industries. Focus on a single area – Art History, Ceramics, Contemporary Art, Creativity and Reflexivity, Digital Media, Furniture, Glass, Gold and Silversmithing, Painting, Photomedia, Printmedia and Drawing, Sculpture, and Textiles. Or explore several, depending on where you choose to study.
Careers. Galleries, arts administration, community arts programs, photojournalism, web design, artist, education, or art therapy.