The Master of Visual Art and Creative Practice allows students to build their creative practice in their chosen specialisation. Students work on innovative, contemporary, individual and collaborative studio practices within an academic context. They develop important skills in business and financial management, ensuring they can succeed in their chosen fields across visual arts and creative practice.
Program Director – Graduate Diploma in Visual Art and Creative Practice
Greg has been lecturing in the Visual Arts since 1986, and with the University since 1995. Greg’s studio work incorporates digital media, photography, painting and printmaking. He explores concepts involving sites of fundamental change through critical analysis determining how particular historical and economic conditions for example, produce a culture of homelessness, a dislocation from traditional cultural sites and the evolution of a "homeless state of being."
This program is for emerging and continuing visual art and creative media professionals who have already completed a recognised undergraduate degree.