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Bachelor of Arts (Visual Culture)

Undergraduate | CUR-VLC-DEG | 2024

Art mirrors life — the how and why

Explore how culture is expressed in visual images. Understand how art informs our world, through the history and theories of art. Work in sectors where initiative, creativity and critical thinking are valued—curation, policy development, and tourism.

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11 Aug 2024,
10 Nov 2024
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3 years full time or part time equivalent
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Bachelor of Arts (Visual Culture)

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Career opportunities

Graduates find employment in a wide range of fields, especially where initiative, creative thinking and critical awareness are valued. Many graduates rise to prominence as individual or collaborative professional art practitioners, while others are employed as art curators, exhibition coordinators and arts administrators in both public and private organisations.

Career outlook

Archivists, Curators and Records Managers:
$93K to $120K
Arts Administrators and Managers:
Over $120K
Gallery and Museum Curators:
Unknown average
Visual Arts and Crafts Professionals:
Unknown average

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