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Undergraduate Programs

Bachelor of Design and Bachelor of Visual Arts

Jack Brandtman, Screen Tests, 2011, high definition video series
Diana Lawrence, still image from Goat and Yeti, 2011, digital 2-D animation
Simon Thelning, Adrift, 2011, animation
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Ashley Bauman, Mineral treasury, 2011, mixed media dimensions variable
Susan Banks, Untitled 1 (yellow line), 2011, Photo: Stuart Hay and Neal McCracken, ANU Photography
Thomas Farrell, Waiting Room 1 (detail), 2011, Photo: Stuart Hay, ANU Photography
Andrew Babington, Outback (detail), 2011, digital print from photographic negative 65 x 97 cm
Kimberly Barnes, hematoma 1999 from the series Family Portraits, 2011
Alex Lewis, Sheltered stair (detail), 2011, etching 50 x 36 cm

The ANU School of Art Undergraduate programs build skills in a wide range of practical, digital and theoretical areas of art and design.

The degrees aim to equip graduates to take advantage of changing opportunities within the field of creative arts industries: in the areas of professional and commercial design, small-scale individual art practice and craft production, and the practicalities and theory of curating in art galleries, museums and other cultural institutions.

Bachelor programs are three years full-time. Part-time study is available.


Flexible Double Degree™

The Bachelor of Art History and Curatorship, Bachelor of Design and Bachelor of Visual Arts can be combined with degrees in Law, Arts, Social Science, Business or Science as part of the ANU Flexible Double Degree program. For a full list of degree combinations click here.


Coursework degrees are fee-based, with fees varying depending on the program and on the unit load undertaken. Information on fees for both domestic and international students can be found on the ANU Fees page.

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