Study in the Arts activates creativity and challenges, affirms and celebrates expressions of self, community and culture. As students express and interpret ideas within creative, aesthetic, and technological frameworks, their confidence to take risks is increased.
In the Arts, students learn to work both independently and collaboratively to construct meaning, produce work, and respond to and value others’ contributions. They learn to use imagination to engage with unexpected outcomes and to explore multiple solutions.
Studying the Arts enhances students’ personal well-being and provides students with skills that are in great demand in our modern world.
Students’ who study any or multiple Arts subjects learn how to communicate, think, critique, take risks, relate to others, participate and engage in life.
Courses in this Learning Area