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Despite shaping the Aboriginal art market since the 1980s, Utopia is only now building a dedicated art centre – and it is looking for a manager to help this community of artists into the next chapter.
NAS doesn’t mince words. The theme of its Open Day is ‘The Future is Art’ and with doors open, a dynamic, global reputation, COVID-safe and buffered from fee hikes, it is set to welcome 2021 students.
Holidays are the ideal time for kids and teens to get creative.
London artist and technologist Jane Gauntlett will give the keynote at Meeting Place 2020, Arts Access Australia’s forum on Creating Spaces for d/Deaf and disabled artists.
Observatories are far more than places to star gaze; they’re repositories of history, exploration, timekeeping, and meteorology – and now a source of artistic inspiration.
The Artlands Conversation Series is a curated series of online discussions exploring the needs and issues important to regionally based artists, arts workers and practitioners.
From close collaborations to embracing opportunities, NIDA’s Master of Fine Arts in Cultural Leadership shows new leaders how to embrace risk in this golden age of digital.
Engaging with this year’s Desert Mob Exhibition and MarketPlace is more than a trending digital pivot or COVID relief initiative; it is a way to play a part in ethically preserving the culture of Aboriginal artists.
This year’s CIAF celebrates its physical offerings digitally, including videos of artists on Country, workshops, and fashion parades filmed in idyllic locations.
Creative learning is more vital than ever before.
Celebrating the arts workers, volunteers and institutions that have remained persistent in delivering arts and culture in our changing world, the IMAGinE Awards focuses on the highlights.
A life in the screen sector is a passion which challenges people to a lifetime of learning and growth.
Determination, resilience and a lot of planning is what’s required to stage a live arts festival during a pandemic. Find out how Brisbane Festival’s AD, Louise Bezzina, has pulled it off.
Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair’s digital pivot is more than just selling art; it’s a digital upskill that protects the future of art centres and offers safe engagement with our Indigenous artists, when they most need it.
Geographic distance and long travel times are no longer a challenge for prospective students seeking to learn more about courses at the Victorian College of the Arts and Melbourne Conservatorium of Music.
WAAPA’s Bachelor of Performing Arts Practice Transition major is designed to prepare the future leaders of the performing arts industry in Australia and is being offered online for the first time.
Resilience and innovation are core to shaping a career in the arts or creative industries. UniSA is breaking the boundaries and working beyond limits to arm students with future-proofed creative careers.
The film, television and animation courses at Deakin create work-ready graduates supported by industry partnerships and the latest technology. With 40-years experience in remote and online learning, Deakin tailors to the needs of individual students.
Students who are ready to throw themselves into all aspects of performance will be rewarded with fulfilling careers across the performing arts sector.
In the wake of COVID-19 and global Black Lives Matter protests, Parrtjima 2020, with its theme 'Lifting Our Spirits', is a humanity-led recovery through culture this September, illumining our nation’s heartland.
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