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A first year course that brings together performing and visual arts students is the ideal start to an arts education and it is just one of the ways Arts Academy does things a little bit differently.
One of Australia’s first participatory festivals returns this winter with a program that encourages audiences to collectively celebrate the power and beauty of the human voice.
After a challenging year, Kalgoorlie’s Goldfields Arts Centre is facing a resurgence of interest, but it is a spike that builds on solid ground.
From jazz to midwifery, this year’s winners of the Australia Council Awards span the richness of Australia’s creative industries. Watch the individual artist videos from this year’s awards ceremony.
Hobart’s Festival of Voices returns, welcoming back choirs and singers from across Australia for 12 days of workshops and performances.
La Boite’s new Artist Company not only provides 22 independent artists with 18 months’ work, it also offers La Boite the opportunity to reimagine how a theatre company operates.
The return of live performance to Australian stages is a beacon of hope for the industry worldwide.
Short courses are a valuable stepping stone for adults looking to expand their creative horizons or prepare for professional practice.
Unable to showcase their talents in the usual way because of COVID-19, graduating Music Theatre students from VCA have instead created a unique series of solo performances, performed in the Regent Theatre and recorded for posterity.
The acclaimed composer has accepted the role of First Nations Creative Chair at the MSO, and will bring an Indigenous lens to all aspects of the company’s operations in the role.
Cairns-based company Miriki Performing Arts isn’t just teaching young First Nations people how to dance – it’s teaching them pride.
The graduate work of acting and theatre students from the University of Melbourne’s Faculty of Fine Arts and Music is now being displayed online after an intense creative period in isolation.
A dazzling array of new works made by graduating students at the University of Melbourne’s Faculty of Fine Arts and Music can now be viewed online.
Growing up, Ruru Zhu didn’t know her love of the visual arts could lead to ‘creating worlds’ as a production designer for film, tv and theatre.
Regional art doesn’t exist; rather art practice that happens in other places does. It is about excellence and diversity, and Artstate 2020 celebrates the Riverina region in a conference that thinks big.
There’s a big difference between working in the creative industries and making great work, according to writer, actor and MFA student Sophie Davis – a further education can help close the gap.
London artist and technologist Jane Gauntlett will give the keynote at Meeting Place 2020, Arts Access Australia’s forum on Creating Spaces for d/Deaf and disabled artists.
From close collaborations to embracing opportunities, NIDA’s Master of Fine Arts in Cultural Leadership shows new leaders how to embrace risk in this golden age of digital.
One of NIDA’s latest projects invites actors, playwrights, and members of the public to share their love of the theatre through an innovative, character-based project.
Adelaide Guitar Festival will host a series of intimate and innovative video performances from some of Australia’s most talented musicians after its festival was cancelled due to COVID.
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