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After an unprecedented year in the tertiary sector, University of Southern Queensland’s School of Creative Arts has launched a slate of new courses.
A new online exhibition celebrates the imagination and rigour of Design and Production students at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music, University of Melbourne.
Further study can be a great way to advance your arts practice. Dr Diana Carroll has some advice to get you set for successful study as an older student.
Get set for an artistic Easter break with these activities, courses and performances that mix education and fun.
Short courses are a valuable stepping stone for adults looking to expand their creative horizons or prepare for professional practice.
A new exhibition that draws attention to the experiences of women and the LGBTIQ+ community’s experience of spatial inequity is a timely reminder of conversations we need to be having right now.
A new collaboration between Windmill Theatre Co and the innovators behind a purpose-build app has resulted in an immersive theatrical play experience for kids.
Unable to showcase their talents in the usual way because of COVID-19, graduating Music Theatre students from VCA have instead created a unique series of solo performances, performed in the Regent Theatre and recorded for posterity.
Cairns-based company Miriki Performing Arts isn’t just teaching young First Nations people how to dance – it’s teaching them pride.
AFTRS Master of Arts Screen: Business is a two-year transformative course that creates the opportunity for screen media thinkers to excel in the screen industry.
Sophie Benassi has gone from being a secondary school drama teacher to the co-Artistic Director of a Canberra theatre company.
A dazzling array of new works made by graduating students at the University of Melbourne’s Faculty of Fine Arts and Music can now be viewed online.
Research has shown that over 60% of recent arts visitors first attended cultural organisations as children. We revisit this topic as part of ArtsHub's 20th anniversary celebrations.
There’s a crisis playing out across our universities and, once again, art schools are buckling under their efforts to cut costs.
Give your family a creative break this summer with our selection of activities, courses, exhibitions and performances.
The introduction of a diverse array of elective subjects across four Masters programs in RMIT’s School of Art is intended to prepare students for the reality of a COVID-defined creative industry.
Australia's Craft and Design community will be severely impacted by the implementation of proposed cuts to the Australian National University's School of Art and Design rolling out in 2021.
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Griffith University’s Proposal for workplace change impacting QCA, has been described as ‘A Roadmap to Death of the Arts and Artists.’ ArtsHub takes a look at the proposed cuts, and potential long-term repercussions.
While being a program coordinator may sound like a position of pure glamour to some - galas, openings, champagne… Matt Warren explains how his love of community, volunteering and education helped secure his job at The National Portrait Gallery.
Addressing COVID-19’s impact on artists’ incomes and employment opportunities, the Creative Workers in Schools program will also directly encourage students’ creativity.
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