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Being cast as a ‘lump of foul deformity’ is strangely liberating for Kate Mulvany. Bell Shakespeare is equally innovative off stage, doing away with outdated subscription models.
Just as Shakespeare fused history with popular myths and legends, a new theatre production is mashing up Henry V with superheroes.
Combining a creative arts and an education degree prepares students for multi-layered and socially-engaged careers.
Would you like a career that combines drama with your love of creating and constructing objects? Prop-making or stage engineering could be for you.
Women working in the screen industry share their experiences and insights for emerging female scriptwriters, producers, and directors.
An experienced producer shares his advice to those interested in a career in film and television production.
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Students undertaking advanced diplomas in dance and acting at Melbourne’s National Theatre Drama and Ballet Schools enjoy what few others can – their very own 1920s Beaux Arts theatre in which to practise their art.
What do Judi Dench, Laurence Olivier, Andrew Garfield and Kit Harington have in common? They all studied at the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama in London – and so can you.
From Facebooking lectures to more human connections, the relationships between arts educators and students has definitely changed.
It’s time to put to bed the misconceptions about regional arts.
Sydney’s South East will be the home of the city’s newest public art project with five sites identified to showcase artistic talent and become focal points for the local communities of Kingsford and Kensington.
This prize offers an exciting snapshot of what is happening in contemporary art in Australia – and people are noticing.
With the Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards now on Australian shores, we asked the professionals to share the stories behind their recently awarded work and give advice to those starting out.
Working in a remote Indigenous community with local artists can be an isolating and challenging role. It could also be the experience of a lifetime.
Less than a year ago, Arts Ceduna in Far West South Australia was struggling to exist. Now, it’s on the road to being the best in the region.
Indigenous arts workers share their hopes for the sector and their thoughts about future challenges.
The most prominent awards for Indigenous artists is now calling for applications. Enter and show the nation what you can create.
The long-term aim of the Arts Wellbeing Collective isn’t just about making individuals more resilient; it’s about developing a stronger, healthier sector.
In the pool of art prize competitions, location doesn’t have to be a disadvantage when swimming with the big fish. The Sunshine Coast Art Prize pulls national interest.
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