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Members of First Nations music duo, Gina Williams (left) and Guy Ghouse (right). Williams is a woman with long brown and blonde hair, light brown skin, a big smile and wearing a red dress with the same coloured scarf. Ghouse is a tall man with light brown skin, wearing a newsboy hat and holding a black electronic guitar, wearing a black shirt and smiling.
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A tremendous opportunity to showcase WA talents to the world

Perth will be hosting the 2024 International Society for the Performing Arts mid-year Congress, with performance showcases for delegates and…

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Get ready for the next decade of arts and culture in WA

WA’s 10 Year Vision planned to be unveiled in 2024, while new $80,000 grant opportunities and a major build are…

Greek-Australian poet and spoken word performer Luka Lesson gestures with his right hand while holding a book in his left.
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Reincarnated lovers riot on the streets of Athens in unique cross-cultural performance

Hip-hop and spoken word meet ancient Greek philosophy and art music in a cross-cultural production about the enduring nature of…

Five dancers wearing sleeveless organe tops and loose grey pants move-animal-like across on the stage on all fours. Behind them in a black and white digital animation of stylised animals including a rhino, camels and a giraffe.
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Dancing with wolves in the national capital

The work of one of the world’s greatest contemporary choreographers has never been seen in Canberra – until now.

First Nations. Image is of a garden lit in yellow and solo tree lit up in pink.
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First Nations-led festival channels interconnectedness for 2024

Parrtjima – A Festival in Light returns to connect visitors with Country and Culture from 12-21 April 2024.

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Great actors need great foundations

Chester Lenihan is living proof that pursuing a dream can lead to great things if you're willing to work.

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A multi-hatted educator, actor and director takes on his next challenge

TAFE SA's Adelaide College of the Arts students have access to both industry-standard theatre spaces and renowned professional contacts with…

WAAPA’s Bachelor of Performing Arts (Honours). Two young woman are on stage performing and wearing sleeveless black tops. A third figure is in the background.
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Make your mark on the sector informed by practice-as-research

WAAPA’s Bachelor of Performing Arts (Honours) encourages curiosity and a more considered approach to being an arts practitioner.

A WAAPA student smiles as she prepares to shine the spotlight she is working onto a performer.
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How to become one of the people who make the arts industry tick

Applications are now open for the 2024 intake of WAAPA’s Diploma of Live Production and Technical Services and Bachelor of…

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Calling for theatre students with bold ideas

Do you have the passion and courage to be a changemaker? The VCA’s Master of Theatre courses are encouraging students…

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