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Tasmania might be small, but it’s got a creative arts scene that other places can only dream of.
And when you study with the University of Tasmania, you’ll become a part of our bustling island’s creative revolution.
Do you want to be immersed in creativity, performance, design and innovation?
There’s never been a better time, or place, to realise your creative potential than right now in Tasmania.
The University of Tasmania’s vibrant creative community brings together students, staff, researchers, and industry across Fine Arts, Design, Media, Music, and Theatre and Performance.
Our undergraduate courses give you opportunities to work on real briefs and projects with left-of-centre festivals, world-class museums, and cultural institutions which have put Tasmania on the world stage, and to engage with the acclaimed international artists, performers and creatives drawn here.
You’ll be mentored by approachable teachers who happen to be some of Tasmania’s most exceptional creative talent, while experimenting and collaborating with students from all walks of life.
And it all happens inside inspiring campuses made for making.
Graduate with work-ready skills and knowledge, a portfolio of genuine projects, and a professional network to make a future that matters.
Tasmania's enviable lifestyle is being celebrated around the globe.
A regional cost of living means less work and more play, whether its exploring almost 40% of the island protected by breathtaking national parks and reserves,
vibrant weekly markets or arresting cultural festivals.
Some of the world's cleanest air and water comes naturally, too.
Our research aims to promote creative arts and media practice within real-world environments.
We work across discipline boundaries to establish new creative paradigms at the frontier of practice-led research.
Our research interests broadly identify with the unique qualities, strengths and opportunities of our Tasmanian island context.
At the core of our research approach is practice, creativity and connectivity.
Understanding Visual Culture in the Modern World Dr Meg Keating is the Visual Arts Research Coordinator and Studio Coordinator of Painting.
She is a multidisciplinary artist, crossing installation, painting, and paper cutting.
Her works explore intersections between the natural environment, technology and culture.