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Why a would-be art critic ran away to join the circus

Circus artist Ciara Thorburn explains how training at the National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA) helped her find her inner…

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Photography masters delivers real-world opportunities in a global ecology

Photography Studies College fosters career-ready graduates and supports the sector on an international stage.

A colourful artwork by Billie Rasmussen
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Pursue your passion and unleash your creativity when you study visual arts

Realise your unique creative potential at Adelaide College of the Arts.

Some of the Falsettos cast in performance. Photo by Patrick Boland.
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The future of Australian theatre showcased in four student productions

NIDA students’ graduating shows speak to the zeitgeist and showcase the results of years of study.

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Fashion's Trojan Horse has got the power

Iordanes Spyridon Gogos’ runway show at the Powerhouse reimagines fashion as a hypercoloured, hypercollaborative adventure beyond boundaries.

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Nurturing traditional excellence in a field of racy prizes

On its tenth edition, the Basil Sellers Art Prize goes national, ups the prize pool, and refocuses its brief

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How RISING will dance up a winter storm

Over 12 nights, the winter arts festival RISING will transform familiar parts of Melbourne into wild new worlds.

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An art prize that rethinks photography in our times

Rethinking photography in our times, the Bowness Photography Prize is inviting artists to participate in the conversation of photography’s currency…

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First Nations billboards pushing the boundary of public art

The NETS Victoria program provides a 24/7 platform for three First Nations artists to turn roadside billboards into opportunities for…

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30 years on, Pilbara art award still going strong

The Cossack Art Awards continues to show how much regional communities value art as an important part of their everyday…

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