Everything you need to know about studying creative digital arts
Creative digital arts student, Rachael Rampat, delves into what to expect from studying the course.
Studying creative digital arts is a challenging endeavor, yet can be rewarding. Here are some important things to keep in mind.
The student has full creative control. Unlike more specialised subjects within media, such as cinematography or sound design, creative digital arts encompasses a range of areas in which the student gets to decide which areas to narrow down on.
This particular aspect of the course happens to be very popular among students who enjoy breaking or bending the rules, and not so favourable among those who prefer being told exactly what to do.
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