Bachelor of Contemporary Art University of South Australia - UniSA

3.0 out of 5 from 1 review
Bachelor Degree
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

UniSA's Bachelor of Contemporary Art degree is South Australia’s most comprehensive undergraduate contemporary art qualification, with the most extensive range of modern studio areas.

With access to facilities such as studio spaces and workshops, you will learn first-hand how to turn your creative ideas into reality. You will also explore theoretical, technical and conceptual skills, and learn from national and international artists who visit as guest lecturers.

Studio-based learning is supported by face-to-face teaching and online learning, with a selection of courses offered online. These courses offer flexibility and the opportunity for students to fit study in among work and other life commitments. You will study at the vibrant City West campus – located in the middle of Adelaide city’s art, culture and entertainment hub. Your teachers will be practicing artists, writers and researchers, with significant arts industry experience.

Contemporary artists are highly creative, highly motivated, disciplined and committed. To succeed in this creative profession you need to be willing to take...

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Additional Information

Learn from industry professionals, and benefit from their experience and real-world connections. During your second yearyou will have the opportuni...

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April 2018
Year completed 2019

Positives: There’s a lot of freedom to do what you want. There are opportunities to work in many visual arts areas for electives, and then have freedom to choose your project in your final year. The art facilities are great, they’re facilities you often wouldn’t find at other universities. I recently overheard that UniSA is o...

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