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A $1000 prize goes to the best production of a puppetry production of 10-15 minutes by students in Years 9-12 in and around Hobart.
Students in Years 10-12 can register for self-portrait and life-drawing workshops at the gallery in early June.
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.
Two of America’s best known universities are teaming up to offer a series of free online courses.
Olympic athletes are not the only ones about to make the trek to London 2012.
Got that manuscript collecting dust in your drawer? Bring it back to life with some help from SWF.
Don’t assume that the Sydney Writers’ Festival consists purely of adult hodge-podge.
The Google Photography Prize has announced a winner, Swedish student Viktor Johansson, 24, has walked away with the winning title out of 20,000 entrants.
The Sundance Institute has selected eight artists to participate in the 2012 Theatre Stage Directors Workshop in Addis Abba, Ehtiopia.
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.
Geneva is a long way away to search for a mentor – but the QSO’s visiting soloist in this month’s Maestro series concert proves more than generous.
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.
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