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Be part of a new national conversation around drawing. The Dobell Drawing Prize has been revived as part of a major biennial festival presented by the National Art School.
If you’re wondering whether to take up a Masters in Screen Studies, an AFTRS Taster session could be just the thing to whet your appetite.
Unexpected career paths can arise when we follow our intuition.
Making the arts accessible to working class kids and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, is a passion for the directors of the National Theatre Ballet and Drama Schools.
WAAPA’s full scale, mid-year musical is a gritty new production of the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic, Carousel.
From hands-on experience in a major stage musical, to polishing your writing skills across a range of genres, arts education can not only lead to a professional career – it can also provide inspiration.
Former massage therapist Andrew Webber shares how he overcame feelings of self-doubt and made the transition into a successful career as a professional writer.
Art schools continue to set a high bar, with education and student satisfaction standards well above Australian universities, according to a recent report.
Self-published author Alice Boer-Endacott reflects on how her Masters put her skills into context.
Two creatives share their advice on how to find time for creativity and professional development in a busy life.
Australia’s national youth circus will be provided with funding to accommodate border-based school development for visiting artists, directors and trainers.
VCA Dance is celebrating 40 years of outstanding dance education and training and the accomplishments of its alumni at a special event on Sunday 10 June.
A strong opinion piece can enlighten and embolden a reader, while a poorly constructed argument can be noxious. So how do you create something insightful, relevant and engaging?
A visual arts program with dedicated exit points is giving students the opportunity to embrace their creative practice with the option of obtaining a qualification at each step.
Learn from leaders in the industry at Actors Centre Australia, where the Advanced Diploma of Performing Arts is now open for auditions.
Creativity is a vital skill for children and young people – here’s how one Museum is making that skill accessible.
We speak to two soon-to-be graduates who studied a Masters in Cultural Leadership at NIDA to find out what it takes.
Fresh logging has been revealed in Tasmania’s Tarkine rainforest as over 200 artists and volunteers set up camps to protest threats to the wilderness.
If you’re a creative applying for a new position and looking for artistic ways to showcase your work and grab the attention of potential employers, there are a number of approaches you can take.
With only 18% of women employed in the Australian game industry, one organisation is looking to change the tech landscape.
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