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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.
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.
Al Jazeera is targeting the subject of female education in Taliban areas through a new documentary set to air next week.
This week has seen the announcement of the Rob Guest Endowment, musical mentorships and scholarships from Bell Shakespeare and the awards from the Australian Stencil Art Prize.
Central Craft in Alice Springs invited local fibre and textile artist Philomena Hali to run five felting workshops for the Fibre Friends Fridays Group.
The student theatre which launched Cate Blanchett is facing cuts which threaten both its safety and its iconic status.
Booked Out is a speakers agency for the arts, with literally hundreds of writers and illustrators on its books for all audiences and locations.
The redeveloped College of Fine Arts campus of the University of New South Wales will open in 2013 with a purpose-built gallery, new studios, four wireless study zones and the Black Box creative space.
An evening of talks by Masters students Carmen Maddison and John Willis
on November 14 includes course information on the new Graduate Certificate in Arts and Community Engagement at the VCA.
The annual exhibition of the work of 41 NIDA graduates in Design, Costume, Properties, Production, Playwriting and Directing is on show until December 4.
It’s their way of saying thanks. The Australian Ballet will give a morning class at the Sydney Opera House on November 13 just for dance teachers.
Playwright, screenwriter, director, novelist and academic lecturer Stephen Sewell will be NIDA’s new Head of Writing for Performance from November.
Sydney Conservatorium of Music student James Guan has won the Melbourne Recital Centre’s Great Romantics Competition in a prize year for the pianist.
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