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5 ways to study a Bachelor of Arts with a creative heart

Choose from a variety of creative study options in 2020.

1. Make art where art is made.

Inject a creative element, choose an art minor from 3D Design, Ceramics, Drawing, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, Textiles, Time Based Media, Visual Communication, or experiment across studios.

2. Read. Watch. Think. Write.

Fine tune your ideas and voice through a creative writing minor developing polished works of fiction and creative non-fiction. This is your ticket to explore, examine, and create new worlds.

3. All the world is a stage.

Explore the best of contemporary theatre through a major or minor in Theatre and Performance. Participate in acclaimed festivals like Dark Mofo, The Unconformity, Ten Days on the Island, or the Junction Arts Festival, as well as pursuing independent opportunities through a range of community and creative projects.

4. Share your creativity.

Be part of the growing international movement toward non-pharmaceutical interventions for chronic health conditions. Study our fully online Creative Arts and Health  and become an advocate of the benefits arts bring to public health. 

5. Tasmania has never sounded so good.

If music is your passion, explore song writing, composition, performance or music technology across a wide range of styles as a minor or major. Expect to develop your creative and technical ability beyond your imagination in our world-class performing arts centre, the Hedberg. 

Apply now to study a Bachelor of Arts.

Image: Lilly Amos, Josephine Christensen, Holly Gregg, Bryce Schreuder, Cell V: Flowers of the World's Gardens, Panopticon III: The Garden of Earthly Delights, Dark Mofo 2019.