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Dancer Thomas Greenfield joins an all-Indigenous ensemble for the Bangarra Dance Theatre production of Patyegarang.
NIDA Actors Studio student Elliot Giarola is only halfway through the flexible, intensive program - but is loving every minute of it.
Set and costume designer Julie Lynch speaks about NIDA’s Design Studio courses.
For Julia-Rose Lewis, NIDA Writers Studio developed her craft and her professional networks.
Applications are now open for a range of courses across the creative fields through the NIDA Studios program in Sydney.
Indigenous voices will feature at the National Play Festival with Songrites.
Asian Australian playwriting takes centre stage at the National Play Festival.
Professional development workshops and forums exclusively for playwrights are key features of this year's National Play Festival.
Playwright Angela Betzien has been selected to present her new play Mortido alongside leading female playwrights at the National Play Festival.
The 2014 National Play Festival will present new works that reflect a diverse national voice in new and inventive ways.
A winter solstice celebration of light, art and food will form a fitting finale to The Light in Winter festival.
Indonesia’s Papermoon Puppet Theatre has partnered with Melbourne’s Cake Industries to create Anachron for The Light in Winter festival.
Asif Khan headlines the Light in Winter festival with interactive light installation Radiant Lines.
The eighth instalment of Federation Square’s The Light in Winter festival will illuminate and enchant visitors.
Violinist and concertmaster Yukhi Mayne is encouraging musicians to apply to programs with the AYO.
Violinist Ray Chen and conductor Simone Young are headlining a concert with the Australian Youth Orchestra.
AYO has worked closely with Principal Sponsor Accenture to deliver a number of cutting edge digital web technologies.
With applications opening for its 2015 programs, AYO is at the forefront of world-class orchestral music training.
Canberra photographer Andrew M Lance has taken out the People’s Choice Award at the 2014 National Portrait Gallery National Portraiture Photographic Prize.
Winner of Best Arts, Cultural or Music Event in Victoria 2013, Stonnington Jazz 2014 returns with a 100% Australian jazz program.
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