Six great picks for studying screen across Australia

Six great picks for studying screen across Australia

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Creative Arts at Flinders

Whether you’re preparing to take centre stage, direct or produce an internationally acclaimed feature film, stitch and style your way to success, or write an award-winning play, Flinders Creative Arts will help you realise your ambitions. 


WAAPA Diploma of Screen Performance

WAAPA now offers a one year, full-time Screen Performance course which focusses on acting for the screen in either film or television productions. Subjects include a range of performance skills including different acting techniques, improvisation, movement, voice production, auditioning and self-testing.

Business Entrepreneurship for creative people (Diploma of Creative Enterprise) 

Are you self-employed, freelancing or flying solo?  Do you want to run things more successfully? With access to industry experts, mentors and more, start to see progress from day one. Contact us for a free consultation for your business. 

AFTRS Open Day 2019

Your annual access-all-areas pass to Australia's premier screen and broadcast school on Sat 10 August. RSVP today and come along to be in the running to win a $500 short course voucher. Not in Sydney? No problem. Tune into the live stream on Facebook on the day.

RMIT Screen and media

RMIT’s School of Media & Communication stands at the forefront of innovation. Our world-leading media precinct and teaching facilities are fitted with cutting-edge technology. We offer classroom, online and short courses that are global in focus and practical in application.

Film and Television at the Victorian College of Arts

VCA balance intensive, studio-based practice with critical studies. Based in Melbourne's Arts Precinct you will have the opportunity to form professional relationships that last throughout your career. They offer several areas of specialisation at undergraduate and graduate levels: Animation, Documentary, Narrative, Producing and Screenwriting.


Wednesday 31 July, 2019

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