Drawn to illustrate
Research is an essential component of the Bachelor of Illustration. You will investigate a wide range of visual art practices and draw on history, technology, commerce, media and cultural studies as you analyse and critique the development of illustration and visual language.
Let creativity lead to a career
New avenues of creativity will be explored in this course. As well as addressing traditional practices such as publishing, advertising, promotion and editorial work, illustration now embraces many areas of contemporary visual culture.
Graduate illustrators can look to diverse career options in new media, film, urban design and art. You may realise your potential for personal expression and social commentary through the creation and production of comics and graphic novels.