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Research on Australian museums and galleries shows they need to get past the measuring difficulties and judge their success on the impact they make on their communities.
The International Society for Education Through Art will host its 34th World Congress, Diversity through Art in Melbourne.
A new report tabled by the Victorian Parliament has found that music education in Victoria is falling short.
Professional development takes a lighter tone in this comedy crash course run by the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
University administration has failed to address fears around possible staff and subject cuts, say students.
School students are offered the chance to see both local and internationally-acclaimed productions in 2014.
Next year, students in Victoria will be able to study a graphic novel, The Complete Maus, as part of the English curriculum.
Social media fans the rumour mill, but the future of Monash's Bachelor of Performing Arts is brighter than first feared.
New education opportunities by Sydney Dance Company aim to provide in-depth insights into the professional dance industry.
When the new Opposition Leader was campaigning he promised to invest in music education but the offer of more money was an illusion.
Sculpture by Indigenous artist salutes the cutting edge in science
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.
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