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The Australian Centre for the Moving Image has posted its education program for 2012. You don’t have to live in Melbourne to use it.
JUMP matches young and emerging artists one on one with professional mentors for 10 months on a funded creative project.
Principal at the Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School, Colin Simpson is one of Australia's leading arts educators and school leaders.
Marryatville High School drama teacher Earle Kilvert has won the 2012 Education and Arts Ministers Award for 2012
NIDA hosts its open day in Sydney on June 2 and rolls out information sessions across the country from April to August.
Actor and writer Lucas Stibbard plays 25 characters with a sock puppet as his sole prop. This one-man show is on the VCE Drama Unit 3 playlist.
The M&G Mentorship and Fellowhip program provides $6000 to assist education in Australia and
internationally for regional museums and galleries.
For those who want to discover the magic beneath the silver screen, GCFF offers a series of seminars and workshops.
Thirteen schools in WA are set to benefit from a program linking students to local artists to nurture creativity through their education curriculum.
The second part of Peter Hill's investigation into how high-profile art schools are being overseen by larger institutions whose priorities may lie elsewhere.
ADELAIDE FESTIVAL: For three misfit teenage boys, the ritual of the school dance is a challenge like no other.
DREAMWORKS: The jaw-dropping special effects in this live show can’t hide the gargantuan production’s curious lack of heart.
No stranger to arts education, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival is aiming to provide more opportunities to kids around Australia through the launch of the Deadly Funny Kids program.
One pitch. One page. One theme. For a three-minute short film. That’s it. Honestly. Open to secondary school students in NSW and Victoria. Closing March 14.
A new prize open to any undergraduate studying in any course at any university in Australia and in any form of creative writing.
Any school in NSW can be in the house from 2012 through the new Digital Education Program developed by the Sydney Opera House for primary and secondary students and their teachers.
The Malthouse Theatre's new-look arts in education program aims to develop the next generation of arts leaders by supporting teachers to remain themselves inspired and engaged.
Opera Australia conductor and assistant music director, Tony Legge takes masterclasses in this addition to the suite of education services at Opera Australia.
Head of Music at Marist College Ashgrove in Queensland, Andrew Butt is a 2011 National Award Winner for Excellence in School Music Education.
This book offers compelling evidence of the power of the arts in raising education levels and improving students' sense of wellbeing.
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