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Arts students from La Trobe University have just over a month to fight for arts subjects being cut from the university’s arts program.
The Biennale has announced an expansion of their education and public program for the upcoming 2012 exhibition.
The people running the education programs at Bundanon are highly qualified and experienced arts educators and practising artists.
Pianist and teacher Wendy Lorenz heads the Canberra Symphony Orchestra Noteworthy music education program for schools in the ACT.
Online and on target to give working artists the tools to market and promote their art practices or creative businesses from July 7.
The Art Gallery of SA has activities for schools and a teachers' workshop to support its new exhibition of colonial paintings.
ANAM gets funds to ensure its continuity, but elsewhere the future of music education looks bleak.
Sarah Tamara Kaur (Canberra, ACT) & Samuel James (Sydney, NSW)share their insights on the JUMP mentorship program.
Australian screenwriter and producer Shane Brennan will be returning to Australia to continue mentoring emerging screenwriters as part of the Playmakers’ Scribe Showrunner Initiative.
State budget cuts have hit the University of Ballarat. The TAFE division of the University's art school is expected to close, with recent protests showing that the public aren't happy about it.
Not content with just one concert for young audiences, the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra is offering a whole week's worth of them.
Let’s face it: professional development programs can be dry and dusty – but not when music teachers are on Safari.
Artslink Queensland introduces the new Arts Matters two-day workshops to Townsville, Rockhampton and Gympie in June.
The claymation made by Millner Primary classes will screen at the International Little Big Shots film festival in the Tikes to Ten package.
Last week’s Victorian budget caused major concern among the TAFE community, with staff cuts and resources slashed from libraries.
Music performance studies are being downgraded for a job-focused curriculum as ANU plans savage cuts to its Music School.
What's it like to be a mentor and a mentee? Sandra Carluccio (Brisbane, QLD) & Steve Bull from PVI Collective (Perth, WA) discuss the Australia Council’s national JUMP mentoring program.
Unscripted. From April to May over 120 schools across NSW play it tight for the right to a place in the Theatresports Schools Challenge final on June 17.
Belvoir Theatre has a rich mix of resources for schools in Sydney and regional NSW and has free access for schools that qualify for its Priority Schools program.
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