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Set to open in 2019, Western Sydney Performing Arts Centre will feature a flexible proscenium arch theatre capable of hosting between 900-2000 people, and state of the art technical facilities.
WAAPA’s LINK Dance Company is a pre-professional ensemble that offers graduate dancers a unique year of transition from education to career.
From humble beginning as an outdoor circus workshop in Brisbane, Flipside Circus has grown into Queensland’s largest youth arts organisation, and is celebrating its 20th birthday anniversary fundraising gala on 16 November.
Applications are now open for the 2019 intake at Melbourne’s prestigious National Theatre Drama School.
Now in its fourth year, Wonderland Festival at Brisbane Powerhouse is focused on giving up-and-coming artists an opportunity to showcase their work, and audiences an informal and exuberant experience.
From professional development and residency programs to producing artist developments On Country, BlakDance has had a busy 2018 and shows no sign of slowing down next year.
Yirra Yaakin is not only producing important and powerful work: the West Australian company is also nurturing the next generation of Aboriginal theatre-makers.
NAISDA Dance College and Carriageworks present StoryPlace.
The Green Room at Darwin Airport gives newcomers a taste of Top End arts and culture, and provides locals with a vibrant new entertainment venue.
From contemporary dance to Chinese comedy, this year’s OzAsia Festival explores themes including post-colonialism and global inspiration across 18 days of adventurous programming.
By focusing on the ‘Brisbane’ in Brisbane Powerhouse, the unique arts centre has smashed records in ticket sales, attendances and engagement with local creatives.
A new partnership between The McDonald College and Sydney Dance Company ensures students no longer need to prioritise dance training over a traditional education – they can do both.
Sometimes it’s the little things that often matter the most — an idea that Bundanon Trust is exploring through science and art at SITEWORKS 2018 this September.
Performing arts education at primary and secondary levels equips students for life in the arts, and life in general.
Auditions for the 2019 intake at NAISDA Dance College are now open and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists aged 16 to 26 are encouraged to apply.
The University of Melbourne’s Master of Arts and Cultural Management program will develop your transferable skills so you can navigate a broad range of creative and cultural industries, including film, theatre, dance, music and the visual arts.
Legendary performer, writer, activist and Academy Award winner Jane Fonda is sharing her life story in an intimate evening that's not to be missed.
This festival redresses the balance in where the state’s cultural conversations are held.
A mix of opportunities across presentation, industry conversations, networking and skills development informs this exciting initiative by Sydney Opera House.
ArtsHub speaks to Ros Abercrombie about the upcoming Artlands Victoria conference and embedding creative practice in conversations about regional arts.
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