1. Draw on Tasmania’s unique multi-skilled and accessible creative industry Sector.
Experience genuine work integrated learning co-developing briefs and projects with Tasmanian industry partners including Dark Mofo, state and local government, and not-for-profit organisations.
2. Practice in inspiring environments to fuel your creativity.
Practice in inspiring environments with world-class workshops that fuel your creativity; Hobart’s former IXL jam factory and Launceston’s historic Western Railway Yard, in the heart of Tasmania’s cultural precincts.
3. Gain experience in different design methodologies to give you the skills to tackle the ever-evolving design industry.
Develop transferable knowledge and skills in design thinking, processes, methods, and tools, preparing you for a rewarding design-related career in the vast and constantly evolving design industry.
4. Access on-site workshops, to explore, design, build and create.
Flexible studios and teaching spaces offer creative environments for interactive learning, while state-of the-art workshops are equipped with a full spectrum of manufacturing technologies ranging from traditional fabrication equipment, kilns and printing presses to Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) routers, laser cutters, 3D printers, and a Kuka 6-axis industrial robotic arm.
5. Learn to address contemporary issues in a unique and artistic way.
Learn the language and process of design, combined with your choice of specific skills across Visual Communication, Spatial Design, Object Design, Creative Technology, and Business and Entrepreneurship.
Interested in design? Apply now to study a Bachelor of Design in 2020.
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