Make your mark with your imagination
Whether your interests lie with the written word, performance arts, fine arts or media, our diverse range of creative arts and communications courses mean you can follow your passion while gaining the skills, knowledge and experience to develop a meaningful career.
Why study arts and creative industries at Curtin?
We’re the highest ranked university in Western Australia for architecture and built environment, education, communication and media studies.
(Source: QS World University Rankings by Subject 2022)
Curtin is home to an enviable array of creative learning spaces, including a drawing and painting studio, print media studio, screen arts lab, media production studio, and performance spaces such as Hayman Theatre.
Flexible course structure
Tailor your arts degree to suit your individual career goals, skills and interests.
Strong employment outlook
The employment outlook for Graphic and Web design and Illustrators is very strong, with a projected increase of 21.7% by 2026.
Curtin’s 2023 Undergrad Expo is almost here!
Wednesday 18 January, 3pm to 6pm
If you’re thinking about applying for a place at Curtin in semester one 2023, join us for the Undergrad Expo.
Chat with our course experts, take a campus tour and find out more about how to apply, pathways, scholarships and study options.Register now
Hear from our graduates
Meet Ivy and Marco
Ivy and Marco share their experience and talk about the Graduate Showcase, an annual event that allows you to showcase your work, network with industry and build your portfolio of work.
I have really enjoyed the high-quality curriculum, practical aspects, and feedback from the lecturers and tutors, which has helped to shape my design thinking and technical abilities. Once you master the design process, you’ll be able to repeatedly create and re-produce high-quality, stunning designs.
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