Creative Industries

 

Specializations

The Creative Industries discipline involves the cultural professions. Students are assessed through a variety of methods including performance; exhibitions; presentations and written exams. Specializations include:

  • Acting;
  • Animation;
  • Arts;
  • Broadcasting;
  • Ceramics;
  • Theater;
  • Contemporary Craft;
  • Costume;
  • Dance;
  • Design;
  • Desktop Publishing;
  • Digital Media Design;
  • Entertainment;
  • Events;
  • Fashion Design;
  • Film and Video Production;
  • Fine Arts;
  • Graphic Design;
  • Floristry;
  • Jeweler;
  • Lighting and Sound;
  • Multimedia;
  • Performing Arts;
  • Printing;
  • Screenwriting;
  • Staging;
  • Visual Arts;
  • Photography; and
  • Music.

 

Professional Associations

Graduated students may be eligible for membership in the following Australian professional bodies:

Design
  • Australian Graphic Design Association (AGDA)
  • American Institute of Graphic Art (AIGA)
  • Chartered Society of Designers (CSD) – UK
  • Designers Institute of New Zealand (DINZ)
  • Hong Kong Designers Association (HKDA)
  • Industrial Design Centre (IDC) – Bombay, India
  • International Council of Graphic Design Associations (ICOGRADA)
  • Society of Graphic Designers of Canada (GDC)
Performing Arts
Visual Arts and Crafts

 

 

Career Opportunities

  • Designer;
  • Illustrator;
  • Jeweler;
  • Musician;
  • Singer;
  • Actor;
  • Film Producer;
  • Film Executive;
  • Screenplay Writer;
  • Dancer;
  • Artist;
  • Film/Radio/TV/Stage Worker;
  • Photographer;
  • Composer;
  • Film/Radio/Stage Director;
  • Potter;
  • Sculptor;
  • Graphic;
  • Designer;
  • Animator;
  • Cinematographer;
  • Editor;
  • Exhibition Designer;
  • Fashion Designer;
  • Museum/Gallery Curator;
  • and Sound Editor/Producer/Engineer.

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