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Although I have seen the original High School Musical movie (yes, I can admit it), I was somewhat unprepared for the masses of squealing devoted children flooding into the theatre for the opening night of this stage adaptation.
The University of Sydney’s University Art Gallery is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Ann Stephen to the position of Senior Curator, University Art Gallery and Art Collection.
WAAPA lecturer wins national award for excellence in indigenous education On November 25 at a ceremony held at Parliament House in Canberra.
Union House Theatre farewells Susie Dee as Tom Gutteridge returns to Melbourne to take up the role of Artistic Director.
Gay Conversion School Drop-out, Anthony Menchetti at The Factory, (Sydney).
Last night, Wednesday 12th November, Ben Wilson from McDonald College was named the winner of the Sydney Film School Robin Anderson Scholarship at the Robin Anderson Film Awards.
Public art workshops aimed at artists and professionals interested in the public art field kick off in Alice Springs this Wednesday, 12 November, with subsequent workshops planned for this Friday, 14 November in Darwin and next Monday, 17 November in Katherine.
A three-hour train trip north of Sydney transports you to Newcastle – a magical place, where science and art embrace as awkwardly as prospective lovers on a blind date.
BHP Billiton is helping maintain South Australia’s dynamic and diverse performing arts community for young people, with its funding of the Carclew’s PLAYFULL Performance EXPO 2008 to be held on Saturday, October 25 at The Odeon Theatre, Norwood.
The Victorian College of the Arts last week announced the selection of three of their students across two separate awards.
RMIT University's $2,500 Gold and Silversmithing Postgraduate and Alumni Award has been awarded to final-year Master of Fine Art student Nicole Polentas.
How do artists engage with schools? Can or should an artist address the curriculum? What programs are out there? Formal or informal? Stephen Noonan, an experienced artist working in Australian schools answers these questions and more.
The publication of the 2008 – 2009 edition of Australian Capital Territory’s The Primary Guide to arts and culture has been announced.
The Victorian College of the Arts will throw open the doors to its lecture theatres, practice and rehearsal rooms, studios, galleries, workshops, theatres and many other rooms besides between 10am and 4pm on Sunday 17 August.
The Victorian College of the Arts will teach its first Bachelor of Music Theatre degree students from the beginning of next year, having announced the new full-time three-year course in the wake of its successful Music Theatre evening course.
Arts Victoria is holding Artists in Schools Information Sessions for artists and teachers interested in applying for funding.
I won’t be turning on the t.v. this weekend, because I haven’t had a good creative workout in a while. I’ve been lazy, uninspired, and creatively unfit. The last month or so, I would really have appreciated the services of an artistic personal trainer!
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