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'Your Shot' Competition has selected their final 72 from each city along the east coast and sent the contenders for six weeks of proper DJ lessons from DJ Warehouse.
BELL SHAKESPEARE: This venture away from the bard to his near-contemporary, the French playwright Molière, does not disappoint.
SYN is Melbourne’s multi-media outfit run by and for young people across radio, television and online, with programs for students and teachers.
The Actors College of Theatre and Television in the heart of Sydney has accredited courses for future professionals.
Caren Florance can’t decide if she is a fine press printer or an artist who works with books, but doesn’t see why she has to choose.
Printmaker, teacher, community artist and mother, Anita Iacovella still finds the time to prepare for an upcoming solo show.
Information sessions start on July 17 for all Victorian schools to apply for an artist in school from April 15 2013.
A free morning of finding common language between the arts and educators with a panel of keynote speakers and a live webinar from the Opera House on Monday July 16.
Malthouse Theatre’s Prompt education program runs the second Pamper Day for teachers this year.
The Australian Centre for Photography has run workshops for anyone of any age and ability since 1976.
Following the success of the 2010 Education Space, the Melbourne Art Foundation presents the Amanda Marburg Education Space for this year’s fair.
The Melbourne Art Fair is presenting a new and unique education space this year.
Mel Gibson’s stepmother has filed a restraining order against the actor/director, who she claims is a “very dangerous man.”
On Wednesday, Toronto commuters jumped aboard an unexpectedly technicolour train on their way to work.
World renowned ballet dancer Carlos Acosta is returning to Cuba in order to renovate and reopen Fidel Castro’s incomplete School of Ballet.
Millner Primary’s I’m a Green Tree Frog took the Little Big Shots' top prize for the best child-made film for 2012.
Western Riverina Arts and Eastern Riverina asks delegates in this must-attend event to dream big about festivals in the region.
Design Futures is to be introduced at Griffith University next year, pushing towards more sustainable-thinking in the design industry.
A special report into one of the country’s greatest performing arts school, the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, has revealed that it is in dire need of funding.
If you're interested in the art of singing, the FoV has you covered with great short courses and master classes.
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