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Master of Fine Arts (Directing) and Master of Fine Arts (Writing for Performance) are new training options for aspiring directors.
Graduates make 40 years of the University of Wollongong’s art collection available at the swipe of a finger.
Marilyn Rowe will retire as Director of the Australian Ballet School at the end of next year, ending an era in dance.
Fourteen local, national and international professionals invite you to enrol in their masterclasses and workshops at the BIFB.
Arts Queensland & AusCo have given $18,000 to Flipside Circus to tailor a six-month program for Red Hill Special School.
The Australian Institute of Music (AIM) is opening its first Melbourne campus later this year.
After 30 years at WAAPA, writer, director and teacher Chris Edmund has announced his retirement.
The University of Sydney has launched five new postgraduate degrees including studies in art curating and museum studies.
DVDs have just gone the way of chalkboards, radio broadcasts and paper journals as teachers embrace downloading.
Without the security of statutory licences, teachers will need to think more about the law before they press the copy button.
Tertiary arts students have been caught in the crunch as negotiations stall between unions and management over work conditions.
All writers dream about it, but Darrell Pitt was wide-awake when Text Publishing offered him an unprecedented eight book deal.
Arts Centre Melbourne is offering a series of mentorships to partner emerging artists with established creative practitioners.
Jennifer Bott has been appointed as Chair of the Board of Directors of the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA).
A popular Sydney dance coach has been arrested on charges of taking naked photographs of his female students for nearly a decade.
A month after their workshop was sold from under them, Tasmanian makers have entered survival negotiations.
Book bums on seats with this telling advice from people who know what gets a show into schools.
Art classes changed the poorest scoring school in a US district to an exemplar of student improvement.
Creative arts academics join the national chorus of criticism of tertiary funding cuts ahead of nationwide protests on May 14.
After 20 years of neglect, a 'haven for junkies and scene of poor quality film work' has been given some unusual architectural attention.
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