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Graduates do better with a multi-disciplinary approach.
Graduating is only the beginning of the struggle. What you do next is key.
Here are four questions you need to ask when deciding what VA Honours program is right for you.
A new Masters program covers both the practicalities of writing and the theory of literature.
AFTRS Mid-year intake and Winter Intensive courses mean there is no mid-year slump in opportunities for you to upgrade your screen skills.
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A program for those who need time to develop their creative practice or learn a new skill.
School holiday camp has been reimagined for budding artists, offering learning in an art school environment with NAS’s new Future Makers program.
Combining a creative arts and an education degree prepares students for multi-layered and socially-engaged careers.
Would you like a career that combines drama with your love of creating and constructing objects? Prop-making or stage engineering could be for you.
Women working in the screen industry share their experiences and insights for emerging female scriptwriters, producers, and directors.
An experienced producer shares his advice to those interested in a career in film and television production.
Students undertaking advanced diplomas in dance and acting at Melbourne’s National Theatre Drama and Ballet Schools enjoy what few others can – their very own 1920s Beaux Arts theatre in which to practise their art.
What do Judi Dench, Laurence Olivier, Andrew Garfield and Kit Harington have in common? They all studied at the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama in London – and so can you.
From Facebooking lectures to more human connections, the relationships between arts educators and students has definitely changed.
If you want to learn to command and communicate effectively, you should study acting.
Improvisation encourages creative thinking and living in the moment, skills that carry from the arts to business and relationships.
Are you considering art therapy as a career move? Dr Kay Gravell explains how creative arts therapies are taught and practiced.
Make your time in rehearsal as productive as possible with these practical tips.
For students about to graduate from art or drama school into professional life, the time to think about superannuation is now.
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