Based mainly in the Gairdner Fine Arts Building, the Bachelor of Fine Arts combines studio work and instruction with an immersive liberal arts and science curriculum.
You will develop creative ability in:
Art history forms an integral part of the Fine Arts program and offers a broad perspective on the world of art. You will be required to study outside of your discipline in order to expand your understanding of the world, and to draw inspiration from experiences and studies as you develop your craft.
You will have the ability to pursue artistic passions and focus on certain areas through independent study in upper years.
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