Positives: 1. Social life
Helped me broaden my social circle with more like minded people. It tends to be a bit hard when trying to find people who want to do something similar and have the same goals/motivations
I thought my degree would just be drawing and making forms of art. When I started doing my course, I began to see there was actually a lot more to it then I had expected from subjects like; Philosophy, Acting and even Modelling. whilst doing this education, it allowed me to strengthen my own sense of criticism and having self confidence in your own work, knowing what to take in and what to leave out.
As an artist the hardest thing to do is exposing your work to the world. Whilst attending my education, I was invited by the college to attend events to help expose my work. One event really changed my aspect on how I saw my own work, Comicon. I made a life sized picture of one of my original character which was on display throughout the whole convention, I was really embarrassed at first and thought I was going to be looked at funny, but in the end, people kept praising and some people ask for signatures on the small handouts.
Negatives: The course kept changing during the year at any given time, the teachers were all great but we didn't have enough.
My advice to future students is: Go to another college.
|University of Melbourne|
|La Trobe University|
|University of Technology Sydney|
|University of Sydney|
|Western Sydney University|
|University of Queensland|
|Australian Catholic University|
|Australian National University|
|Central Queensland University|
|Edith Cowan University|