The Tasmanian Creative Arts Summer School workshops offer something for everybody. Explore a range of artistic disciplines at Inveresk this January; from photography, printmaking, jewellery, sculpture, ceramics, painting, drawing, textiles, furniture design, and musical theatre. Image credit: Detail from Heavenly Bodies, by Jen Brown.
Offering a variety of units that combine traditional and technological methods and process in the making of functional and sculptural ceramic objects. The Ceramics studio is well equipped with a wide variety of materials, firing ranges and scale.
Through a sequence of projects, one-to-one critiques, group critiques, gallery and studio visits and field trips. Students develop conceptual and technical skills in painting providing students the opportunity to develop their own thematic interest and process.
The development of practical and technical skills assist students to explore a variety of techniques and traditions, with emphasis on life drawing, landscape, still life and experimental drawing. Students are encourage to explore the perceptual and conceptual possibilities in their drawing.
This program is a dynamic blend of acting, technical theatre, voice and speech, movement, scriptwriting, devising, directing and performance theory. Each year students put what they learn to the test in a major production.
This studio encourages creative expression through critical reflective engagement with imaging technologies. Students gain experience with Analogue Darkroom techniques and utilize digital technologies as a platform for convergence and interpretive outcomes.
To fully understand, develop and present your own art, theory study is essential in the development of your individual arts practice. The Theory program forms a core part of study in both Visual Arts and Theatre. Students develop the skills required in writing research, interpretation and professional arts practice.