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There’s more to training than getting into the right course; here are some strategies to help maximise your educational opportunities.
If you’ve dreamed of developing your skills in the performing arts, there’s a NIDA Studio course for you.
The Australian Institute of Music’s sought after Bachelor of Music – Music Theatre held in Sydney is finally making its way to Melbourne.
Acting students are under fire for not being employable on graduation, so one course is ensuring they can create their own jobs.
Changing careers and unleashing your inner passion for a creative life can become a reality in just three months full-time or nine months part-time with an immersive, private design course.
Leaving Melbourne or Sydney offers drama students a less expensive but first-class education with the advantage of strong industry links.
Being an art therapist is an opportunity to use creative expression as a tool to make changes in people’s lives.
As technology changes every aspect of our lives arts educators are coming up with creative applications for when the screen can replace personal interaction and, just as importantly, discovering when it can't.
Adelaide Central School of Art offers a practice-led visual arts curriculum at a time when many institutions are abandoning the studio for the lecture theatre.
At JMC students learn to create digital user experiences that attract audiences and encourage them to share their experiences.
The study of creative industries is being recast in terms of the possibilities of cultural economies, a far cry from dry economic theory.
If you're looking to expand your skills but can’t commit to full-time study, a studio course could be the answer.
Next Wave’s new Kickstart Helix program breaks down the barriers between art forms to empower emerging artists.
In a fast-changing, technology-led world, arts training needs to embed interdisciplinary practice at the foundation of creativity.
Advice for aspiring designers and visual artists on how to move from concept to design realisation.
Academy Xi are emerging as leaders in the digital education realm, fostering innovation and addressing technological skills shortages.
While artistic talent is innate, making sense of the business of being an artist is a skill we all need to learn.
How much is the Australian Film Television and Radio School responding to the industry? Can it adapt to a new generation of students? New courses showcase a School in a quiet ferment of change and reaching more widely for creative students.
What makes a cultural leader in the arts today? This is a question the new Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Cultural Leadership at NIDA has us asking.
UNSW Art & Design and the Museum of Contemporary Art have partnered to offer a PhD scholarship that places research at the axis of real time industry outcomes.
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