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From a trend that saw over 10,000 street photos purchased each week in the 1930s, to an archive almost lost – the Museum of Sydney looks at Street Photography with a new exhibition that will rival social media.
Like Launceston’s Cataract Gorge, Mona Foma has broken through cultural fault lines to ensure its first iteration in Tasmania’s north will be a celebration of art and music like no other.
Three disparate exhibitions at Bendigo Art Gallery explore the sometimes overlooked influence of women in society, and shed new light on how we think about artists and their work.
Jake Brown is chasing his dreams. NIDA has several opportunities for creatives of any age to explore their potential, including NIDA Open Studios. Applications to audition for these intensive part-time courses is now open.
The $10,000 Naracoorte National Art Prize is looking for artists working in two dimensions to make a national impact by bridging art and science.
In many undergraduate courses, Western Sydney University’s True Reward program focuses on a student’s performance in specific HSC subjects, not the overall ATAR, to unlock their unlimited potential.
WAAPA’s LINK Dance Company is a pre-professional ensemble that offers graduate dancers a unique year of transition from education to career.
The new Media Practice and Industry program at University of Technology Sydney aims to future-proof its students and inspire them to be responsive, adaptive, and innovative.
As a new generation of school-leavers prepare themselves for their exam results, we survey a range of educational institutions about making the best decision for your future study options.
The new Master of Creative Industries at JMC Academy is a way for students to create a commercialisable product in addition to forming a valuable relationship with a mentor.
A local design school with a global reputation. Create next at LCI Melbourne. Apply now for a February 2019 start.
A visual arts BA that encourages flexible learning is giving students the opportunity to develop their creative practice.
How to meet the people you’ll be collaborating with for the rest of your life.
The Australian Film Television and Radio School’s range of Summer Intensive and Industry Certificate courses will help you develop relevant and practical skills to progress your career in Australia’s expanding media industry.
Inspired by successful Masters courses across Europe and the USA, the Master of Arts Photography program at Photography Studies College offers students the chance to learn from some of the best in the world.
The Australian National Academy of Music’s 12-month Professional Performance Program is so hands-on, students will barely put their instruments down all year.
Studying theatre in London at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama is an immersive overseas experience, but it can also be the first step to effecting meaningful social change through performance.
Shift the gender balance and be part of the $35,000 Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize – it’s more than a prize; it’s a movement.
In the ten years since Melbourne joined the UNESCO Creative Cities Network, how has the literary sector changed, and what might the future hold?
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