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Discover a secret side of Sydney and music under the stars

Night at the Barracks is a brand new arts and music festival held on a former army parade ground at…

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Changing cultural narratives by sparking public conversation

The 2022 BLEACH* Festival is not only commissioning new work, it’s changing the way locals and visitors alike perceive and…

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The key to unlocking a sustainable career as a musician

The Australian Guild of Music’s course in music pedagogy makes teaching the highlight of your portfolio career, rather than a…

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Soar with a course that catapults you from crash mat to the stage

At NICA, students not only hone their physical skills but are connected with international professionals and real-life opportunities so they…

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The arts management degree designed for curious and passionate students

Enrolments are now open for WAAPA’s new Bachelor of Arts (Arts and Cultural Management) degree.

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Putting learning into action

Studying a Bachelor of Creative Arts (Acting) at JMC Academy means an emphasis on practical classes to maximise student learning.

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Survey exhibition by QLD legend Merton Chambers

From environmental challenges to food security, Merton Chambers' survey exhibition demonstrates the value of art to communicate.

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Top End art fair goes bold for First Nations creativity

From Indigenous Fashion to workshops, emerging artists new to the scene alongside Australia’s most established Art Centres, the Darwin Aboriginal…

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How stories shape the world (and how to get better at telling them)

Storytelling, and helping other people hone their storytelling skills, are enormously important for Joe Hepworth, NIDA’s new Head of Writing…

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Changing Identities: A region moving from coal to art

After a year in COVID hiatus, the Collie Art Prize once again invites submissions to one of the Australia’s richest…

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