Bachelor of Fine Arts (Visual Art)
- CRICOS Code: 093589G
- VTAC Code: 3800638991
- International VTAC Code: 3800638993
Meet current student, Mikaylah Lepua
Mikaylah Lepua is studying photography as part of the Bachelor Fine Arts (Visual Art) and is exploring her culture through her own unique lens.
At home in the cultural heart of Melbourne
With classes and facilities in the heart of Melbourne’s Arts Precinct, the Faculty’s Southbank campus provides many wonderful opportunities for students to participate in the artistic life of Melbourne.
As a visual art student, you are encouraged to explore and develop your art practice throughout your three years of study, culminating in the graduate exhibition at the end of final year, where you will present your work to the public. The graduate exhibition attracts over 1000 attendees each year.
As a student, you will attend weekly Art Forum talks presented by visiting national and international artists, and work closely with your peers and teaching staff to challenge your own ideas, processes, and develop the language to engage meaningfully and critically with your own work and others in the context of contemporary art practice.
You will have have access to a private studio space located on campus, state-of-the-art workshops with expert technical staff who can assist in realising artistic ideas, and two gallery spaces, including the newly opened Buxton Contemporary, and the Margaret Lawrence Gallery.
Faculty of Fine Arts and Music
The course is taught at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music, the proud home of the Victorian College of the Arts and the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music.
You’ll enjoy access to incredible facilities, including cinemas, digital vision and audio post-production facilities, visual art studios and technical workshop facilities, purpose-built dance studios, libraries, theatre and performance spaces, and animation and stop-motion studios.
While studying at the Faculty, you will have the chance to benefit from a range of partnerships and engagement activities at major arts companies in Melbourne's Arts Precinct, local and national festivals and sister institutions around the world.
Situated in the heart of Melbourne's Arts Precinct, the Wilin Centre for Indigenous Arts and Cultural Development provides exposure to contemporary Indigenous arts practices and supports the recruitment of Indigenous artists, academics and students.