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Creative showcase

Testing and exhibiting creative work is a fundamental part of our communications and arts degrees. Exhibiting publicly is a large part of the learning process and helps prepare you for your future careers as artists, designers and communicators. Students exhibit on campus, in public, on-line, in magazines, and more.

The School also has its very own website ArtsHum which celebrates everything that is happening in the School. The site features news, events, profiles and success stories and gives students, staff and visiting researchers yet another space for their work to be displayed.

Work may be exhibited in a number of ways, for example; film and video students have a number of film screenings, contemporary fashion and textiles students have numerous fashion shows, and journalism students have their own magazines, often illustrated by design students. Our students are also very successful in competitions locally, nationally, and internationally.

At the end of your degree, many of the students in the creative majors participate in our graduation shows, which attract thousands of people to the Mount Lawley Campus, including industry professionals searching for upcoming talent. The School runs its own gallery and project space called Spectrum, in which staff and students can celebrate their creativity through public exhibition.

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