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Australia’s national screen arts and broadcast school, the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) has released details of its 2012 OPEN program for schools in NSW.
ArtsHub is excited to announce this month the launch of the new monthly EDUCATION REPORT on March 8, pitched to learners and teachers in the arts at senior secondary and undergraduate courses.
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As high-profile art schools are absorbed by larger institutions, Peter Hill asks if their uniquely fertile environments suffer for being overseen by those whose priorities inevitably lie elsewhere.
A landmark Australian study proves the power of the arts in the classroom to lift test results in literacy and numeracy to the equivalent of an extra year of school.
The National Arts Council in Singapore has introduced a new funding scheme for schools to encourage greater student participation and engagement in the arts.
Bell Shakespeare’s travelling ensemble The Players are staging a new production of Romeo and Juliet to be performed in schools throughout 2012
'De panzazo', a new documentary by Juan Carlos Rulfo and Carlos Loret de Mola depicting Mexico’s failing education system premiered to much controversy this week in the country’s capital.
The Actors College of Theatre and Television (ACTT) has announced Taddeh Vartanians as the winner of the Firass Dirani ACTT Scholarship.
Maya Angelou may have had this question in mind when she wrote, “A bird doesn’t sing because it has an answer, it sings because it has a song.” Art defies explanations, whereas teaching offers them.
Madonna proves she isn’t just The Material Girl any longer and has revealed fresh plans to build 10 new schools in Malawi, the home of two of her adopted children.
What happens when you go into the woods and eat too many lollies? Oz Opera has the answer.
AFTRS's graduates flourish on the international stage for film and television, winning awards and places at festivals.
A world first interactive online course for Masters of the Arts: Art History students is made available by the joint efforst of University of Adelaide and the Art Gallery of South Australia.
Flinders University Art Museum has received the New Exhibitions Fund of $99,740 for a new exhibition to be launched in 2013.
Performing arts students are pushing prestigious city colleges aside in favour of their regional counterparts, and are finding new opportunities in the process.
An unknown art student has managed to make a name for himself by hanging one of his own works at a National Museum in Poland.
NIDA is running a variety of short courses and studio programs in the performing arts for those aged over 16.
Those who can’t do, teach, right? Wrong. More and more frequently artists are forgoing the high level of uncertainty that comes with working as an artist, and choosing the more reliable option of teaching – but is it for you?
There’s a very good spirit at VCA now, says Prof Su Baker. ‘There’s nothing like a sense of renewal to energise people… And, I suppose the threat of things being lost concentrates the mind.’
The Victorian Government has announced that it will contribute $2 million to a University of Melbourne led project to increase higher education access for regional students.
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