Within the division of Culture, Arts and Communication (CAC), our coursework is interdisciplinary and rooted in culture, analyzing both historical contexts and the altering world we stay in. Our Creative Technology studios characteristic a host of audio recording suites, broadcast-normal radio production studios and administration methods; alongside stand-alone film and tv studios geared up with multi-cameras, blue display screen and inexperienced screen facilities.
The Heart for the Arts offers multiple amenities for students, including the Kaplan live performance corridor; a music recital hall; the Holtzman M.F.A. artwork gallery; a digital object lab; 4 theaters, including the Dreyer M.F.A. lab and the Ruth Marder studio theatre; a collaborative interdisciplinary lab; and four dance studios, including a dance-theatre area.
Within the residence of Australia’s first media department, you will learn from award-winning consultants and have entry to business-normal amenities, including our multi-million-greenback media hub with professional screen, radio and dance studios, as well as state-of-the-art digital workstations for all production areas.
The Arts, Literature and Communication program will prepare students for university research in fields related to the arts including training, law, communication research, journalism, visual and performing arts, movie research, movie production, english, inventive writing, political science, international languages, public relations, history, translation, linguistics, theatre and many others.
This module will determine and evaluate the means and purposes of creative communication and the worth of working in groups as a situation of the new participatory and collaborative nature of media communication under the processes of digitisation.