About the subject:
Students develop their understanding of the art world enabling them to develop career strategies and skills in approaching galleries, applying for awards and prizes, and documenting art work and more. Students also learn about gallery representation and how to develop exhibition proposals, artist statements and CVs. Regular gallery visits and talks by gallery directors and artists are a fundamental part of this subject.
The course links closely with each student’s studio practice and interest area and focus on self-devised, proposal-based creative projects and real-world outcomes. Students are encouraged to establish networks and communicate with other artists and arts professionals. The course includes field visits to various art venues (commercial, public and artist-run galleries, studios, collections). Students undertake independent research, learning new ways of thinking about and managing a professional arts practice.
Students engage in critical evaluation of relevant literature theory and artistic practice; to develop an understanding of the artists’ relationship with and responsibility to the art world. The aim of the course is to enable students to connect their studio work in the framework of contemporary art practice and to develop an awareness of career structures and possibilities.
Single unit enrolment is welcome. The subject is made up of three trimester study units: Art Practice & Theory A, Art Practice & Theory W and Art Practice & Theory S. Study units can be completed in any order. Visual Art experience at Diploma level or higher is the recommended entry prerequisite. Completing all three will complete the subject requirement for the Advanced Diploma of Visual Art.
OPTIONAL CLASS SESSIONS
(1 sess p/w)
(1 sess p/w)
(1 sess p/w)
|2:00pm – 4:45pm||Art Practice
& Theory A
24 Feb – 12 May
& Theory W
9 Jun – 25 Aug
& Theory S
22 Sep – 8 Dec
No experience is necessary. Participants are generally from a wide range of age groups and backgrounds.
Telephone the college on 03 9495 6622 or contact us here for available course places or further information. Click here to get a Subject Enrolment form now.
The college will contact you by telephone or email. Attached to the email will be an Enrolment Form which can be printed, filled in and returned to the college.
A course place is confirmed once payment has been made. Payment can be completed over the telephone or details can be included on the Enrolment Form.
For Single Subjects there are no enrolment deadlines. Please be aware that subjects and courses at Latrobe College are popular and can fill quickly. To avoid disappointment it is recommended that enrolment is completed 4 weeks before classes start.
Approximately a week before your class begins you will receive a welcome email including any material requirements.
|ENROLMENT||STUDY UNIT FEE||INSTALMENT OPTION|
|$980||Contact the college for an instalment payment plan if not using *Vet Student Loans|
|*Vet Student Loans is available to students with Australian citizenship. Enrolment in two or more study units qualifies students for the government capped help loan system. Vet Student Loans can cover up to 100% of tuition fees and is not means tested. Please contact the college on 03 9495 6622 for more details.|