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As COAG meets, fears emerge that the new school funding regime will fail to deliver teachers for the arts curriculum promised in Creative Australia.
With tax time on the horizon, creatives are being offered a course in how to do their tax.
Students of music, dance and visual arts from all around Australia and overseas can apply to enter the Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School
Mary Ann Hunter combines arts education with social transformations.
Katie Wardrobe makes music software training her business.
Adam Jefford has new designs on classroom teaching practices at a start-up school.
Flying Arts puts arts education web workshops free to air.
NIDA’s Student Bursary program clips 50 cents from every Dendy ticket sold from April 18 – 24.
The Art Gallery of South Australia’s new dedicated learning space opens with Turner’s Studio.
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.
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