Bored by the mainstream? Study in Tasmania
We’re the creative state.
How a degree in fine arts catalysed a life of creative pursuits for Ange Boxall.
UTAS 3D Design students undertake a professional commission as part of their degree, conceptualising and building stools to be used as part of a major arts festival, Tasmania's Dark Mofo.
It's the fourth year of the Tasmanian ogoh-ogoh tradition. This year's creature, the cave spider, is the biggest and most elaborate yet.
Bridget is packing her bags for New York to join one of the most vibrant radio communities in the world, and study her Masters at an Ivy League university.
The University's revamped Media and Arts offerings are giving the next generation of creatives a great education with an emphasis on real-world experience.
Creative work and health work is a great combination for this graduate.
Graduate Selena de Carvalho is the 2016 winner of the $35,000 Hatched Schenberg Art Fellowship.
A passion for creativity and a Fine Arts degree have given Rebecca Birrell the tools to live out her dream career.
Nikala Bourke came back to University to pursue her passion for art.
Alumnus Karin Chan's dreamy art has taken New York by storm- and Milan is coming up next