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The perceived invincibility of youth comes under the spotlight as four young people face their first grief: the death of a friend.
A new adaptation of Euripides’ Medea will be one of the highlights of La Boite’s 90th year programme for 2015.
Inspired by real-life stories from war-torn Congo, Prize Fighter is a high-impact production written by Congolese-Australian playwright Future D. Fidel.
A new adaptation of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night's Dream will see the magic unfold in a suburban Australian home.
Australia’s premier arts college, the National Art School has a range of upcoming postgraduate programs to inspire students.
Collaborating with the best in the industry, NIDA Studio courses offer part-time dramatic art training to motivate and inspire.
Stepping into 2015, AFTRS will offer an exclusive screen arts degree for students to create, experiment and develop their skills.
For the budding filmmaker and media-creator Metro Screen says there's one word that really counts.
When taking that first important step into the arts industry it helps to follow the advice of educators from Australia’s leading tertiary arts institutions.
A production-based, collaborative learning experience is what an acting, film & animation school should offer its students.
Mixing a strong academic element with a hard-nosed professionalism, equips actors to get the one thing that’s the most elusive in their line of work: a job.
Postgraduate courses at Queensland University of Technology link industry with academic excellence.
The British Council’s exchange programs play a vital role in developing the careers of Australian creative practitioners.
The British Council is ideally placed to draw on the UK’s global leadership in Inclusivity arts policy and practice.
Through its ACCELERATE program the British Council nurtures the leadership potential of Indigenous high achievers in the arts.
British Council’s new program ELEVATE will bring creative thinkers together to find innovative solutions to practical challenges.
The British Council in Australia plays a vital role in fostering cultural leadership and helping local creative talent to make a mark internationally.
Witness technology alter our perception of human performers, discover how visual art is changing clinical practice in the health sciences, and experience the potential of historical sound waves.
MONA is going to be the grand venue for acclaimed visual artist Matthew Barney’s first solo Australian exhibition.
Five keynote presenters will bring a wealth of expertise and experience to the ArtsHub Conference on 31 October.
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