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St Martins has spent nearly 30 years providing and resourcing hands-on performing arts experiences to Victorians aged between 5-25 years.
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31 Oct 2014
Theatre companies love the sales from student audiences but are often unprepared for an interactive, digitally savvy audience.
Information about the new AusCo grants system, inspiration to help you get corporate sponsors and innovative tricks for building an arts career. Insights from keynote speakers and workshops at the ArtsHub Conference.
30 Oct 2014
Open houses, period drama and app access are opening new doors for heritage architecture.
A bleak effort about a brutish character and bitter climate that never backs away from its bristling impact.
Style, sweetness and a hint of subversiveness and surrealism helps the amiable Xenia cope with its well-worn concept.
New venues and new approaches feature among program announcements this week for Opera Queensland and Windmill Theatre.
Wednesday night- The Force and Home and Away put Seven well clear of the competition though Nine fights back.
Australia’s premier arts college, the National Art School has a range of upcoming postgraduate programs to inspire students.
Collaborating with the best in the industry, NIDA Studio courses offer part-time dramatic art training to motivate and inspire.
Stepping into 2015, AFTRS will offer an exclusive screen arts degree for students to create, experiment and develop their skills.
For the budding filmmaker and media-creator Metro Screen says there's one word that really counts.
When taking that first important step into the arts industry it helps to follow the advice of educators from Australia’s leading tertiary arts institutions.
A production-based, collaborative learning experience is what an acting, film & animation school should offer its students.
Theatres appoint new talent, Creative Producer at Express Media, board members at AWA, and Burke stands down at Actors Equity Aus.
Mixing a strong academic element with a hard-nosed professionalism, equips actors to get the one thing that’s the most elusive in their line of work: a job.
In SA arts, the singular legacy of Don Dunstan often manifests in lethargy and deference to the past. We need a new 40 year vision.
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Postgraduate courses at Queensland University of Technology link industry with academic excellence.
29 Oct 2014
This exhibition by Dagmar Cyrulla reveals her keen perception and instinct for conveying the emotion within small passing moments
Cirque du Soleil brings the world home in an artful package of tricks and high design.
As the world faces Ebola hysteria, a small arts organisation in stricken Liberia is mobilising the arts to rescue community.
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