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A new partnership between The McDonald College and Sydney Dance Company ensures students no longer need to prioritise dance training over a traditional education – they can do both.
Perhaps the strongest in its 35-year history, the 2018 NATSIAA exhibition showcases unconventional materials, innovation, great diversity and incredible spirit for Country.
Sometimes it’s the little things that often matter the most — an idea that Bundanon Trust is exploring through science and art at SITEWORKS 2018 this September.
Sydney Airport and the MCA have partnered to unveil a permanent installation by Kamilaroi artist Archie Moore at Sydney Airport’s T1 International Marketplace
Create NSW is calling on artists to join an international trend in Metro Art, and create distinctive destination artworks for seven new stations across Sydney.
Glow Winter Arts Festival returns for a fifth year, transforming the familiar environs of Malvern East after dark.
RMIT is a hub for emerging artists, photographers and craftspeople cultivating contemporary culture through learning and research. Find your future at the City Campus Open Day on August 12th.
Get a headstart on your peers by starting your study in November, at a university that is focused on developing adventurous, interdisciplinary artists.
There’s nothing quite like a motivated and passionate student. But does that passion help fuel a person’s success in the arts?
The history of the Victorian College of the Arts and Melbourne Conservatorium is well known, but a $200 million investment means its future is even more exciting – especially for potential students.
Students at Bond University on the Gold Coast enjoy an innovative program that is tailored to their own unique interests and career ambitions,
Performing arts education at primary and secondary levels equips students for life in the arts, and life in general.
LCI Melbourne’s Bachelor of Design Arts Interior Design offers students backstage passes to multiple learning environments, opening up endless education possibilities.
Auditions for the 2019 intake at NAISDA Dance College are now open and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists aged 16 to 26 are encouraged to apply.
The arts has a reputation for being difficult to break into, but graduates of WAAPA's arts management degree course are in high demand.
Flinders University is making some proactive changes to its creative arts degrees in 2019.
The Australian Film Television and Radio School is searching for the next generation of great Australian storytellers in screen and broadcast.
The University of Melbourne’s Master of Arts and Cultural Management program will develop your transferable skills so you can navigate a broad range of creative and cultural industries, including film, theatre, dance, music and the visual arts.
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