Bachelor of Creative Arts

If you are applying for entry into the Bachelor of Creative Arts with a major in Visual Arts at Bendigo or Mildura you have the option of attending an interview or submitting a digital folio for assessment. Please find below further details and links to book an interview.
In 2017 a new structure for the Bachelor of Creative Arts was introduced, offering students greater flexibility and the opportunity to study in an open –studio model mentored by academics and practicing artists. Due to these changes, Graphic Design and Photography will not be offered as majors in the Bachelor or Creative Arts. Students interested in Photography will be able to study this as part of the new Visual Arts major.

Interviews

Interviews at Bendigo are being held from Monday 20 – Wednesday 23 November 2017. Interviews at Mildura are being held from Thursday 24 – Friday 25 November, 2017.

To book your interview please select the appropriate campus below.

Bookings for Bendigo and Mildura will be opening soon. In the meantime, if you require any assistance please email us.

Please note that if you are applying for both Bendigo and Mildura campuses you can attend one interview at either campus.

Folio requirements when attending interview

Content

A statutory declaration confirming that the work is yours must be supplied with your folio. Your folio should demonstrate how you have worked with your primary concepts/ideas. It should also showcase the conceptual and technical skills you have studied. Your folio will be viewed by a panel of academic staff and should include 12 to 15 pieces of work. At least 10 of the works should be finished and the rest should consist of development work. You may present your folio in the form of a visual diary or journal.

Presentation

Do not roll up work or bring in large folio pieces unless they are easily portable. Instead, you can bring clear photographs of your work. If you need to present some of your work in an electronic format, please email it to us at least one week prior to the pre-selection interviews. You must also bring printed images or screen shots of any work you have supplied electronically.

Folio requirements by digital submission

Content

A statutory declaration confirming that the work is yours must be supplied as PDF with your folio submission. Your folio should demonstrate how you have worked with your primary
concepts/ideas. It should also showcase the conceptual and technical skills you have studied. Your folio will be viewed by a panel of academic staff and should include 12 to 15 pieces of work. At least 10 of the works should be finished and the rest should consist of development work. You may present your folio in the form of a visual diary or journal.

Presentation

Please email images as either JEPG or PDF files of your selected works and a maximum one-page statement outlining the key ideas in your work to by Friday 25 November 2017.