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The Victorian Coalition government announces its new partnership with the Wakakirri Association to provide a replacement for the Rock Eisteddfod Challenge.
Alain de Botton's The School of Life will have its first international base in Melbourne, Australia in January 2013.
Bishop Auckland College in the UK has unveiled a new course which will teach students how to prepare for auditions for reality television show ‘X Factor.’
This category is for projects which increase skills development in the areas of songwriting, arrangement, performance, production, administration, management and marketing for people involved in the Western Australian contemporary music industry.
This grant from the Australia Council is for arts organisations that supports and/or brokers intensive training, creative residencies or strategic professional relationships for Indigenous trainees.
An artist, mother and childcare worker painted for 72 hours straight to raise money for the 88 children in her care.
NIDA Open has announced entertainment industry leaders joining the team of tutors for this summer’s activities.
Classes for all levels, workshops and an information session about international auditions are all in the mix for the Central Queensland Dancers Company courses in January.
Walgett Community College - High School has won the GenerationOne CEO’s Commendation for their hip hop song, The Gate.
The Westrip Institute of Vocal and Performing Arts has opened in Subiaco, offering tuition for students preparing for university.
The Sydney Symphony Education Program for 2013 under the direction of Richard Gill is open for bookings from schools in and out of Sydney.
Graduate and student artists from the Victorian College of the Arts and Melbourne Conservatorium of Music are up for hire as teachers or performers for any occasion that suits through the Artists Booking Service.
Tertiary students are welcome to use the resources of the Penrith Regional Gallery for research, internships, volunteer work and as a stimulus to studies.
Education Services Australia has licensed the Founders and Survivors Storylines web portal for use in Australian Schools for the next five years.
A one-time English and Drama teacher, comedian Damian Callinan will do most things in schools from workshops and speech nights to spells as an artist in residence, but he won’t do fire drills.
Writer, producer, director and mentor Amin Palangi concludes a stellar year of achievements with the Screen Transfusions program at the Information and Cultural Exchange in Parramatta.
In its 40 years of nurturing media talent, the Australian Film Television and Radio School has an A-Z of eminent alumni and more sure to come through in two days of graduate screenings on December 8 and 9.
Despite having a $30 million projected budget surplus, the University of Western Sydney has cut a number of programs, including the Bachelor of Communication sub-majors of writing, performance and animation.
Winners of the eight categories for the three school levels, five tertiary and 19 industry categories for the ATOM Awards 2012 were announced in two separate ceremonies in Melbourne.
Winners of the 2012 GenerationOne CREATivE CHANGE School Competition announced.
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