Why study art, music and theatre?
Tasmania might be small, but it’s got an 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.
It’s a chance to work with left-of-centre festivals, world-class museums and orchestras, and bump shoulders with acclaimed international artists.
You’ll be guided and mentored by approachable teachers who happen to be some of Tasmania’s most exceptional creative talent.
You’ll get to experiment and collaborate with students from all walks of life. And it all happens inside inspiring campuses made for making.
Most importantly, you’ll graduate with the practice-based skills and creativity you need to make a future that matters.
Careers in art, music and theatre
In a global culture that values innovation, design and creativity, studying Art, Design, Music or Theatre and Performance can equip you for exciting careers in the creative industries.
Through critical and reflective engagement with culture, history and theory, you will learn how to engage with art and performances closely, manage creative projects and resources, and lead collaborative and creative processes. These skills are broadly transferable to many industries and workplaces.
A passion for creativity and a Fine Arts degree have given Rebecca Birrell the tools to live out her dream career.
In New York City, the epicentre of jazz, Joshua Dunn’s musical background from Tasmania has made him stand out.
- Arts or artist management
- Commissioned artist
- Community or youth arts officer
- Composer or songwriter
- Digital media or UX designer
- Furniture or industrial designer
- Graphic designer
- Illustrator or animator
- Lighting or sound designer
- Museum or gallery curator
- Journalist or writer
- Orchestral or ensemble player
- Recording or sound engineer
- Sculptor or ceramicist