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Burnie City Council has sold off the Makers' Workshop as part of a land deal with the University of Tasmania.
Expressions of Interest to be part of Regional Arts Victoria’s Education and Families program 2014 close on May 24.
Artslink Queensland offers accredited, subsidised training in the arts sector to build capacities in communities across the state.
Visual Arts body calls for end to TAFE arts cuts as NSW Creative Industries taskforce releases 10-year draft action plan.
Prompt at Malthouse Theatre has reinvented the interplay of drama productions and education.
Arts Centre Melbourne’s education program is delivered onsite, online or in schools.
Grants for the Carclew Artists in Schools program for terms 3 and 4 close on April 30.
DIY online marketplace Etsy will showcase Australian designers and host workshops during LMFF.
A leading educator says Australia may be breaking international law in failing to provide arts education to children.
March 2013 sees NIDA present an exhibition celebrating the 50 year legacy of the Old Tote Theatre.
Music producer Quincy Jones has launched new music education app Playground Sessions, which will teach budding musicians how to play the piano.
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Educators are invited to offer their opinions on the Seymour Centre’s arts education program with a view to creating a future more formal advisory panel.
The Australian Teachers of Media awards are the gold standard for educational resources. These are the best in the country made in 2012.
Victorian Opera’s extensive education programs provide for everyone from primary schools to Masters students.
Lecturer and painter Michael Peck had a big year in 2012 with a new appointment, three group shows and nominations as a finalist in the Archibald Prize and the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize.
The Adelaide Central School of Art move to the Glenside Cultural Precinct in 2013 has already led to a spike in enrolments.
James Cook University’s School of Creative Arts has given an entire lithography press, stones and equipment to Townsville artists and students after closing its print room.
Among the casualties of budget cuts at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image are education, school holiday and outreach programs.
Students and academics at Edinburgh University are fighting to preserve the archives and libraries belonging to the School of Scottish Studies.
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