Facilities

Our departmental facilities include a wide range of flexible learning spaces, a fabulously appointed library of print and e-volumes, Mac and PC computer laboratories, dedicated video and audio edit suites, a range of video and audio recording equipment, DSLRs, and a multi-camera television studio.

Students also have access to four radically different theatre spaces, including: a 35 seat studio black box; a 100 seat conventional theatre; a flexible 150-200 seat large black box; and, home to an annual theatre festival, a newly-refurbished 400 seat outdoor amphitheatre.

Also part of our brand new theatre village is a series of rehearsal rooms, set and costume construction spaces, dressing rooms and music practice spaces.

The award Visual Arts Centre at the Bendigo campus offers a multipurpose visual arts facility. The award winning building, designed by architect Peter Elliott, featuring:

  • 2 galleries
  • 2 sculpture courtyards
  • tiered auditorium
  • meeting room artist-in-residence apartment and studio

La Trobe University Museum of Art Melbourne Campus manages the University's Art Collection, one of the most significant University collections in the country, charting the development of Australian art practice since the mid 1960s.