If you are a creative type looking to sharpen your skills and explore new and intriguing areas of self-expression, this confidence-boosting and character-building major is for you.
You can choose from a diverse range of visual art, drama and performance-making and multi-media courses offered at the Newcastle and Central Coast campuses.
Whether you want to study art or study drama, you will explore what it means to think creatively and how it can help you navigate an increasingly complex world. The creative and performing arts major has developed a course which reflects this world, encouraging students to be skilled across a range of creative disciplines, helping you to graduate multi-skilled and capable of articulating your creative work.
Visual artist, musician, writer and Creative Arts Lecturer Sean Lowry says this major attracts a wide range of academic abilities and the most exciting element of the courses is unlocking every student's potential.
As a graduate of this major, you will be valued in the workplace for your:
Job opportunities exist in government and private sectors, as well as in other creative industries such as advertising, journalism, public relations and marketing.
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Staff in our School of Creative Arts have national and international reputations in performance, creative work, scholarly research and teaching. They are living and breathing creative artists, researchers and/or performers - and sometimes a combination of the three.
Meet grandmother and third year Bachelor of Arts student Karen Dimmock, who have studied a major in creative and performing arts and has a message to share with "anyone who is a little older. You should never think that it is too late to take up study," the keen painter says.
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