In keeping with our focus on studio practice, our campus boasts a broad range of workshop and studio facilities that support learning across an extensive range of both traditional and contemporary art making practices.
As students progress through the BFA and commence independent projects within their nominated area of Studio Specialisation, students are provided with an individual studio space in their area where they can develop their work. Similarly, students at MFA level are provided with individual studio spaces within dedicated postgraduate studio areas.
Our dedicated Drawing facilities support a range of practices from life drawing and other observational practices to multi-media works, installation practices and new media art works.
In addition to specialist workshop facilities in all of our studio areas including Ceramics, Painting, Photomedia, Printmaking and Sculpture, our recently refurbished central workshops support an extensive range of small to large-scale fabrication techniques in both timber and metal.
Our central digital imaging lab provides access to the full range of Adobe digital imaging software on a Macintosh platform, and our Library computer room provides further access to digital resources.
Various Project Spaces throughout the campus provide an opportunity for classes and individual students to develop and present a broad range of art works and exhibition projects.