We offer a broad range of studies in a stimulating interdisciplinary studio environment. Browse the contemporary art programmes we have available.
At Elam you’ll be part of an interdisciplinary studio programme, enabling you to work across a variety of media and art forms.
As your level of study progresses, you’ll move from guided learner to independent researcher and creative professional.
You’ll graduate with the skills you’ll need to initiate and sustain a career as an exhibiting artist.
A qualification in fine arts could also provide entry into many other creative occupations, including: artist, teacher, animator, art critic, art curator, art educator, art gallery director, arts writer, commercial photographer, creative director in an agency, film director and set designer.
Designed to cater for all creative backgrounds, this multidisciplinary, studio-based programme is suited to those with or without previous experience in an art studio.
You can apply to study in a Bachelor of Fine Arts alongside study in one of these 11 bachelors degrees:
- Advanced Science (Honours)
- Engineering (Honours)
- Global Studies
- Health Sciences
- Law (Honours)
From 2021 Bachelor of Fine Arts students will be able to complete their degree in three years full-time, or six years part-time.
Points per degree: 360
If you have any queries about our programmes, please contact our Student Hubs.
This programme offers artists entry into Fine Arts study at a postgraduate level, without the requirement of Fine Arts study at an undergraduate level.
An introduction to postgraduate study in contemporary art, the PGDipFA is a sound launching platform for in-depth research and exploration of your creative practice.
Develop your independent, research-informed practice in contemporary art in Elam’s vibrant, interdisciplinary environment.
Elam offers advanced research qualifications in the form of the Doctor of Fine Arts (DocFA) and the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). Please visit our Doctoral study at Elam page to learn more about these programmes.
Our staff are internationally recognised artists, designers, makers and researchers. They have a wealth of experience and expertise in their research.