- What Is Australian Art History And When Does It Begin?
- Early Colonials In A Strange Land
- Romanticism, Impressionism, and Nation Building
- World War 1 and Early Modernism
- Modernism Takes Hold
- Antipodeans Vs Abstraction, Into The ‘Swinging Sixties’
- A Time Of Possibilities: Feminism, Radical Behavior, Blue Poles
- Aboriginal Art On The World Stage
- Post-Modernism, Post-Colonialism, Post-Pop
- Contemporaneity and Contemporary Art
- Audio/Video conferencing
- Discussion forum/Discussion Board
- Online assignment submission
- Standard Media
- Web links
- Resources and Links
- Printable format materials
You are recommended to have completed the following subjects(s) or have equivalent knowledge before starting this subject:
You must have a high level of proficiency in the English language and competent essay writing skills.
No special requirements
From the pre-colonial period to the present day, Australian art explores issues of place, identity, narrative and ideas. In this unit you’ll learn about the complex social, cultural and political histories that have shaped the development of Australian art and its place on the international stage, including the Heidelberg movement, Aboriginal Australian art and contemporary art.
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- Essay 1 (40%)
- Essay 2 (45%)
- Test (15%)
Textbooks are not required.
Textbook information is pending.
Bachelor of Arts Fine Art and Visual Culture
- Common Level 1
- Level 1 Major - Fine Art
- Level 1 Major - Visual Culture
- Level 2 Major - Fine Art - Painting
- Level 2 Major - Fine Art - Sculpture
- Level 2 Major - Visual Culture 1
- Level 2 Major - Visual Culture 2
- Level 3 Major - Fine Art
- Level 3 Major - Visual Culture
Bachelor of Arts
- Major in Art History
- Major in Chinese Language
- Major in Creative Writing
- Major in Criminal Justice
- Major in History
- Major in Journalism
- Major in Literature
- Major in Media Studies
- Major in Public Relations
- Major in Screen Culture
- Major in Sociology
Bachelor of Education Secondary Education
- Core Education Subjects - Unrestricted
- Major in The Arts (Visual Arts) Education
- Major in English Education
- Major in Humanities and Social Sciences Education