Our Creative Community

The Crawford is a diverse & creative community exploring art, design, technology, culture, visual arts education & media.

Find your Creative Career at the Crawford & Love what you do! 



Open Day events for our Undergraduate Courses

Bishopstown Campus and Sharman Crawford Street  

Wednesday 30th March 2022

Sharman Crawford Street Campus: 2pm-4pm. No booking required.  

Contemporary Applied Art and Fine Art (Tours at 2pm - 4pm). Photography with New Media (Tour at 2:30pm)

Bishopstown Campus: 6pm-8pm. Book here

Visual Communications & Creative Digital Media (Tours from 6:30pm)

Information about the following courses will be available at both locations:  MT 820 BA (Hons) in Contemporary Applied Art | MT 821 BA (Hons) in Fine Art | MT 822 BA (Hons) in Photography with New Media | MT 823 BA (Hons) in Visual Communications | MT 824 BA (Hons) in Creative Digital Media

Download Prospectus of our Undergraduate (and Post-Graduate) courses!!


Virtual Open Day Event


Watch back our Virtual Open Day Event held on Thursday 25 November 2021 providing full insight into the undergraduate programme options on offer within MTU Crawford College of Art and Design. 

Download our Careers Poster!!


Nurturing Wellness within Teaching & Learning

In November 2021. MTU Crawford College of Art & Design hosted an online talk as part of the National Forum's VIT&L events, exploring what exactly wellness is, and how we practically support it within teaching and learning.     

An online talk and Q&A, delivered by Rhonda Schaller, focused on wellbeing and positive pedagogy, and the event showcased existing MTU Crawford initiatives including MTU Crawford’s Creativity Tonic’s 'Five Ways to Wellbeing' Trello Board. 

Celebrate who we are and see what happens behind our doors

Check out a beautifully crafted short film clip by Ken Wardrop - it sums us up beautifully.

You can view both our 2021 Degree Exhibitions - Is Mise & Subject to Change - here

Is Mise features work from BA Creative Digital Media & BA Visual Communications

Subject To Change features work from BA Contemporary Applied Art & BA Fine Art