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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.


Theatre review: Slap. Bang. Kiss

An exploration of teenage activism offers hope to the disenfranchised.


Why drama is the most important school subject

As students return to school, drama offers space to reconnect, but it’s also where vital life skills are learned.


Research to accredit young people in the arts

A new project aims to improve the employment profile of young arts workers through micro-credentials.


Kids-centred activities are the perfect creative outlet

Both the Sydney Opera House and the Adelaide Festival Centre are set to launch spaces channeling creativity for all.

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Why the screen industry needs forward-thinking students

Film and television students at UniSA combine their creativity with real-world learning.


Drama that channels outward expression and inner release

The National Theatre delivers a variety of classes for youths and adults with invaluable lessons on confidence, expression, and play.


The Photography Masters connecting global creatives

The PSC Masters course is unique in Australia boasting a personalised and highly flexible approach .

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A screen course that transforms careers

Even the most successful careers can benefit from an industry-based course, but only a few could change your life.

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Competitive terrain for arts graduates

How can aspiring artists and arts workers navigate an increasingly competitive career pathway post-COVID?

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