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Studios and studio practice
All students are given a studio, of which there are a variety of different spaces to choose from. Studios are mixed across year levels to encourage peer group learning. All teaching is by staff, all of which are practicing artists, writers and curators. This takes place in the studios and seminar rooms, such as individual tutorials, small group tutorials and larger convenor (seminar) presentations.
Art Practice Areas
The Department has nine specialists Art Practice Areas providing support for a wide variety of processes that complement and extend traditional disciplines, such as metalwork, casting, woodwork, ceramics, textiles, print, photography, 3D printing, graphics, video editing, animation and 3D modelling.
The facilities staff have arts backgrounds and specialist knowledge in their fields. All processes, applications and equipment are offered to Department of Art students and staff with full technical support. Students are liable for material costs incurred in the Art Practice Areas.
- Constructed Textiles
- Fine Art Printmaking
- Graphics and Time-based Media
- Print and Dye
- Stitch and Fabric
- 3D Printing
Please note that opening hours may differ due to the ongoing nature of Covid-19 and the restrictions that are in place at any given time. You are advised to check the Art Department APA pages on the VLE for the latest updates.