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If you’re craving new insight into your creativity or want to pursue cross-disciplinary knowledge, maybe psychology is for you.
The new curriculum at Sydney College of the Arts looks to the future of visual arts education.
Many people start a degree they never finish, but return later in life when they find their true passion.
NIDA students share their advice on the experience of making a music video with winners of triple j Unearthed.
We speak with a Masters Course Leader to find out how these programs work and what career benefits they offer graduates.
Vocal coaching is about more than just your voice, it involves an awareness of your entire body.
The way we approach challenges impacts how much we learn from them; a trait we continue to develop throughout our lives.
Graduate study can challenge you, provide the right environment for artistic collaborations, and help you establish lasting industry connections.
We speak to a popular workshop provider to find out why short courses are growing in popularity.
Collaborating starts with who you know and knowing what you bring.
Specialised training creates work-ready and highly skilled graduates.
The growing number of mature age students often return to study out of intellectual curiosity.
Learn about AFTRS future-focused screen & broadcast courses at Open Day & Postgraduate Information Evening.
From learning how to deal with work stress in a productive way to the inner workings of collaboration – costume students learn it
An art teacher has created a new model for teaching arts subjects that shifts the onus from the teacher to the student.
A much-loved kid’s performer has created an innovative program to make music accessible for all children.
Have we moved beyond our tendency to dismiss educators as failed practitioners? In creative education, and even more broadly, it's our teachers who both practice and teach.
Winter is a good time to retreat to the studio, and the National Art School is offering intensive courses to fire up your creativity.
Can academic research push the boundaries of creative practice? Yes, and more.
People often switch up careers in the arts, with many deciding to return to university and become a teacher.
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