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The Diploma of Art and Creativity (Honours) programme is self-driven with a goal of further increasing coherence and improving the technical skills achieved in level 5. You will continue to sharpen your personal focus (self-direction) and produce work in line with your own goals.

You select majors and minors from available courses. Please note you can choose the same course for more than one major or minor. These choices determine how much of your time will be spent working on particular activities and what your outcomes should be. They will guide your practical work, the classes you choose to attend and the video resources you choose to engage with. You can read more about the courses, or subject areas, we offer here.

At Honours level, whether in class, working from the video resources or working independently, you will be writing your own briefs for each major and minor course. 

The Honours programme is one year full-time (equivalent 30 hours per week), or two years part-time (equivalent 15 hours per week). 

Requirements

Below are the elements that you need to do to complete the Diploma of Art and Creativity Programme (Honours).

Creativity; Thinking for a Change (CTFAC)

If you have received recognition of prior learning (RPL) and have joined TLC at the Honours level you must also complete the Creativity; Thinking for a Change class (CTFAC). You can do this either on-site or using the video resource on the Getting Started DVD.

Creative Application (Across all courses)

  • Create a body of art work from independent investigation with a range of process and experimental work to illustrate relevant exploration and an advanced level of creative thinking
  • Complete 5 small starts. You can find more information here
  • Complete the creative work experience component. You can find more information here
  • Complete the presentation package or equivalent. You can find more information here

Technical Skills (Across all courses)

Work manifests a high degree of theoretical and applied technical skills.

Major Course One

Six major works/60 Credits
Produce six major works (fully developed works or equivalent) suitable for
exhibition or equivalent public exposure, with supporting creative process
work.

Major Course Two - Four major works (40 Credits)

Produce four major works (fully developed works or equivalent) suitable for exhibition or equivalent public exposure, with supporting creative process work.

Minor Course One - Two major work (10 Credits)

Produce one major work (fully developed work or equivalent) suitable for exhibition or equivalent public exposure, with supporting creative process work.

Minor Course Two - One major work (10 Credits)

Produce one major work (fully developed work or equivalent) suitable for exhibition or equivalent public exposure, with supporting creative process work.

Creative Process

For more information on creative process and assessment criteria you can refer to the Creative Process web page or download the full Student Handbook.