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QSFT | Career Info Session

Are you looking at change or kick start your career in the screen & media industry? Want to discover more about the industry and the opportunities? Come along to the Queensland School of Film and Television’s next Career Information Session at 10:00 AM on Saturday, 23rd January 2021. This is the perfect opportunity for you …

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USQ | McGregor Music Retreat

Here at the McGregor Summer Retreat, you will experience and discover multiple career pathways, such as, solo or ensemble performance, studio recording, music technology, teaching, songwriting, music as therapy or perhaps you are just passionate about music, want to have fun and be inspired by industry professionals. The music retreat is a recreational 5-day music …

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UTAS | Diploma of Creative Arts and Health Information Webinar

Engagement with the creative arts can bring joy, restore self-confidence, improve mental and physical wellbeing and contribute to improving the quality of life for everyone. Research is demonstrating ways in which music, visual arts, theatre and other creative arts can contribute to addressing the challenges of rising levels of depression and anxiety in youth, the …

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WAAPA Summer School

Over Summer WAAPA opens its theatres and studios to present a host of exciting courses for children and young people. WAAPA’s Summer School offers fun-filled courses providing intense, creative training for anyone in upper primary school and older. The courses build confidence, teamwork and self-esteem while developing the skills necessary to be a successful performer …

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University of Melbourne | Why Study a Bachelor of Arts – the Value of a Humanities degree in the 21st Century?

The Bachelor of Arts offers an exceptional diversity and depth of majors to equip students with 21st-century skills for a rapidly changing world of work. Choose from over 30 areas of specialisation – from Politics and Psychology to Economics and Media & Communication to create a degree that fits your career goals but with the …

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AFTT High School Outreach Program

AFTT are inviting schools to register their interest in their High School Outreach Program. This initiative provides high schools, CAPA, Media & English teachers and their students the opportunity to select from a range of interactive and collaborative programs which can be specially tailored to suit student interests and career opportunities. The following opportunities can …

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Creative Careers

If you’re a creative teen thinking about future study options or a career in the arts, or wondering if your creative talents are still relevant, this talk’s for you. Liminal magazine founder and PhD student Leah Jing McIntosh and journalist and documentary filmmaker Santilla Chingaipe will survey the changing landscape of the arts in Australia, …

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ACU | A Focus on Arts

Build a degree that focuses on your strengths and passions so you can face the challenges of the future as a well-rounded, confident and flexible individual. As an arts graduate in a rapidly changing world, your in-demand and transferable skills in communication, problem solving and creative thinking will allow you to meet the needs of …

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USYD | Where can a Bachelor of Arts take You?

Do you want to follow your passions but unsure which careers you can pursue with a Bachelor of Arts? Join us at our upcoming webinar to hear from our students and alumni, and discover the range of fantastic opportunities and careers available to arts students and graduates of the University of Sydney.

Parrtjima Festival 2020

Look up and let your spirit soar as the annual Parrtjima Festival connects us all through story, art, landscape and light in the heart of Australia – Alice Springs. This year, the focus will be on water, the cosmos and country with a diverse program that includes the lighting of the majestic MacDonnell Ranges, unique, …

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ECU | WAAPA Arts Management & Live Production Information Evening

The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) at Edith Cowan University is one of the world’s leading performing arts academies. WAAPA is recognised nationally and internationally for the quality of its graduates. WAAPA offers the only full-time, undergraduate Arts Management course in Australasia and our production and design programs prepare students for a range …

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QSFT | Career Info Session

Are you looking at change or kick start your career in the screen & media industry? Want to discover more about the industry and the opportunities? Come along to the Queensland School of Film and Television’s (QSFT) next Career Information Session. This is the perfect opportunity for you to gain knowledge about the Screen & …

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UON | Bachelor of Music Webinar

Join our Program Convenor to learn about the Bachelor of Music. Discover what you will study throughout the degree, work integrated learning opportunities and career outcomes.

ACU | Bachelor of Arts – Western Civilisation Webinar

Learn about ACU’s new Bachelor of Arts (Western Civilisation) and the generous scholarships – 30 scholarships valued at $30,000 per year ($90,000 total) across the duration of your degree – funded by the Ramsay Centre. Have your questions answered by Professor Tim McKenry, ACU Faculty of Education and Arts.

ACU | Bachelor of Arts (Western Civilisation) Q&A Webinar for Careers Advisors

Have your questions about ACU’s new offering, the Bachelor of Arts (Western Civilisation), answered by Professor Tim McKenry, Faculty of Education and Arts. This is a dedicated webinar for career advisors only. This exciting new course explores the intellectual tradition and culture of the West. It is a liberal arts degree that will give ambitious …

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AIM’s New Short-Term Undergraduate Certificate Courses

AIM are now offering four new Short-Term Undergraduate Certificate courses that will help you gain knowledge and provide you with practical skills for your music career. There are several courses available for anyone interested in a career in music, whether you’re already an established musician or just starting your journey. The courses take only 7 …

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ACU | Talk with Arts Graduates Online

Join us online to hear from ACU alumni about life after university. Take part in a Q&A session with our graduates and get an insider’s perspective on working in the arts.

Early Entry to PSC

Are you thinking of studying the Bachelor of Photography at Photography Studies College? They are now offering current Year 12 students the chance to receive an early offer to study in 2021. You can apply direct to PSC, book an interview, and receive a conditional offer within 48 hours. You can also apply through VTAC …

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JCU | Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Webinar

Are you interested in studying a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) at JCU? The College of Arts, Society and Education are hosting an Honours Information Session via Zoom. Learn about the course structure and subjects Hear from current and former Honours students about their experience Discuss thesis projects and supervision

Creative Generation In Residence

Creative Generation Excellence Awards in Visual Art’s In residence program is a Department of Education program, supported by the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA). In residence provides Year 10 Queensland visual art students with the opportunity to strengthen their understanding of the academic, experimental, collaborative, and reflective nature of contemporary visual …

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Australia Council for the Arts – First Nations Contemporary Music Program

The Australia Council for the Arts has recently opened applications for Indigenous musicians and bands looking to receive support. The purpose of this grant is for First Nations Contemporary Music projects for individual artists and groups for creative and skills development projects of up to $15,000. These projects can include creation of new work, professional …

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PSC | Virtual Open Day

This upcoming event will have a special focus on PSC’s unique Bachelor of Photography course and the student experience. This will be accompanied by interviews of current and past students, and videos highlighting their brand-new facilities. While attending Virtual Open Day, students will also be guided through the process of completing their application directly to …

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Foundry Live On Demand

Learn from Australia’s leading creative directors, entrepreneurs, designers and photographers – right from your living room via Foundry’s On Demand stream. Find out about life as a creative and how people are using their work to shape the world around them Watch here: https://foundry.com.au/education/foundry-live-demand/

ACU’s brand new Bachelor of Arts (Western Civilisation)

ACU is introducing a brand new degree to their North Sydney campus in 2021, the Bachelor of Arts (Western Civilisation). This degree will give you an understanding of topics such as western literature, philosophy, art, politics, religion, science and history. There are also 30 scholarships available for students in this degree, worth $30,000 per year. …

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QUT Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance Performance) unavailable for 2021

QUT is enhancing its Dance program so that it offers students more graduate opportunities and better reflects the many diverse career options on offer in a changing industry. As a result, the Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance Performance) has been withdrawn for 2021. QUT will continue to offer and expand the scope of the Bachelor …

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Wakakirri National Screen Challenge

A great story can change the way people think about the world around them. Wakakirri is a performing arts festival where schools aim to do just that. The Wakakirri Screen Challenge allows schools that cannot perform at a Story-Dance Live Event to still take part. The Wakakirri Screen Challenge is inspired by Story-Dance but allows …

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AMPA | Music & Dance Workshops

The Academy of Music and Performing Arts (AMPA) is opening the doors of its Dance Campus for one week of creative Music/Dance Workshops. You’ll have the chance to speak to staff and students about AMPA’s performance-based Music Theatre degrees, get a taste of what life is like at AMPA, find out what our recent graduates …

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Make with MAC Workshops

Join artists from Moonah Arts Centre for free video workshops and activities. Suitable for a range of ages and all abilities, these workshops and activities will get you making, crafting, performing and playing. Find out more and participate here: https://glenorchyarts.com.au/make-with-mac/

UOW | Bachelor of Arts in Western Civilization – Information Session

Join Professor Daniel Hutto as he discusses the ground breaking Bachelor of Arts in Western Civilisation. Learn how this degree explores ideas that have been inspiring people since their inception — in Ancient Greece and Rome, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the Enlightenment and the Modern Era. You will have the unique opportunity to directly …

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The Value of an Arts Degree

With the recent changes to university fees, Arts and Humanities degrees are set to become more expensive. This move from the Government has been seen by some people as a way of saying that these degrees are “less important”. But there are many valuable skills that can be learned in these degrees. Take a look …

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ECU | Arts Information Session

If you are interest in Media, Arts, Design or Communications courses at ECU, then this online event is for you! This event we will offer information on our undergraduate and postgraduate courses and admission requirements. You will have the opportunity to speak with our fantastic academics and future student engagements team. Some of the areas …

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CANCELLED – Murdoch | A Day in the Life of a University Student (Year 11 & 12) – Day 2

If you’re in Year 11 or Year 12 you’re invited to join us to experience what it’s like to be a Murdoch student. Explore our facilities, meet our staff, experience campus life and attend a variety of classes of your choice. You’ll also be able to learn about our courses in Creative Arts, Social and …

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Traineeships with Bass Coast Shire Council

Bass Coast Coast Shire Council has Traineeships available for 2018 and 2019 school leavers, ready to start their next chapter in February 2020. We have fantastic opportunities available in Human Resources, Customer Service, Finance, Arts & Culture and Information Technology (IT). During your traineeship you can expect to: Work full time for 12 months Complete …

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DJ

What do they do? Disc Jockeys, also known as DJs, are artists who play and mix exciting music to live audiences in all kinds of situations and events. They most commonly work in nightclubs, concerts, festivals and on the radio. Working in a radio setting you’d also have to deliver commentary, do interviews, and ensure …

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Cartographer

What do they do? Cartographers produce maps, charts and plan. From interactive maps to driving directions, they might be used by individuals, businesses, or specific industries (e.g. oceanographic or military). Although it might sound like a career from centuries gone by, cartographers are more in demand now than ever and jobs are expected to increase …

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University of Sydney | Arts and Social Sciences Online Q&A Session

Join us online and have all your questions answered about studying in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Sydney. Learn about the Faculty and chat with representatives online about our undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, admissions, scholarships, accommodation, life in Sydney and more.

Professional Dancer

If you’re physically fit and you have a passion for and background in dance, then life as a professional dancer, or role within the dance industry, could be for you. Career outcomes: Career outcomes within dance can be split into 3 areas including performing, teaching, and roles within the arts and associated organisations. Performers You …

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UTAS Voice Day

Bringing students, enthusiasts and scholars of singing under one roof to celebrate the human voice. Voice Day is a day of free concerts, masterclasses and discussions for all singers.

Somerset National Novella Writing Competition

The Somerset National Novella Writing Competition is open to all Australian high school students. It is a wonderful opportunity for serious student writers, encouraging them in their literary growth – and there are also some fantastic prizes on offer! Prizes for state winners include: Flights and accommodation to the Gold Coast, and tickets for Somerset …

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Arts Funding Presentation and Q&A

Australia Council for the Arts Grants Officers Iina Kastoumis and Guy Betts will present information on our core grant rounds and other opportunities available to artists and arts workers.

ANU | Bachelor of Arts Webinar

Join ANU’s online information session and hear from leading academics and students about the benefits of studying a qualification in the area of Arts. Gain an in-depth understanding of your programs of interest and explore your study options during this interactive information session. Whether you are about to come to ANU, still deciding or just …

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The Ian Potter Cultural Trust Grants

The Ian Potter Cultural Trust offers grants up to $10,000 to assist talented emerging and early career artists to undertake international professional development opportunities to gain experience, develop networks and learn skills from leaders in their field. The Cultural Trust funds nationally and across the spectrum of the arts: from visual arts, to community radio …

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Drama SA Technical Workshops

Drama South Australia is excited to present another awesome hands-on, practical learning day immersing ourselves into some of the technical elements in Drama and Creative Arts. Fantastic, relevant workshops are being offered on film-making, editing, make-up design, lighting and sound. You can choose which one best suit your needs and work effectively in small, collaborative …

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Dragonfly Craft Fair

The much anticipated Tactile Arts annual Dragonfly Craft Fair will be setting up shop in a brand new location, the front lawns of the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory. You’ll find professional artists and passionate crafters producing everything from hot sauce to homewares.

UC Design Competition

Year 11 & 12 students in NSW & ACT are invited to enter the UC Faculty of Arts & Design competition. All you have to do is submit a piece of work you’re proud of in one of the competition categories. It can be either a school project or an individual work . You could …

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Alice Springs Beanie Festival Workshops

This year Central Craft brings you an exciting array of workshops around the Alice Springs Beanie Festival – from beginners to skilled, we have you covered! There are a variety of workshops available, including knitting, felting, weaving, crochet, painting, textiles and much, much more. The workshops will be running from Sunday 23 June to Monday …

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Educators SA: Arts Inspire 19

Friday 14 – Saturday 15 June | 4.45pm Friday – 3.00pm Saturday | From $95 | Education Development Centre, Adelaide Arts Inspire 2019 is a celebration of Arts Education with a focus on how we can support learners to develop their Arts capabilities including those who are gifted in The Arts. It is designed for …

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Creative Careers Expo – Campbelltown

The Creative Careers Expo is the only one of its kind in Australia. Our 2019 program is packed with inspirational artist talks and information stalls from tertiary institutions, and provides an amazing opportunity to inspire, prepare, inform and facilitate young people considering post-school pathways in the arts and creative industries.

Deakin University | Arts Course and Career Information Session – Burwood

Thursday 13 June | 5.30pm – 6.00pm | Deakin University, Burwood Campus This information session will give you an overview of Deakin’s Bachelor of Arts. Learn about our 30+ study disciplines available and how Deakin’s course allow you to tailor your studies to suit your interests and career aspirations. Find out more and register: https://www.deakin.edu.au/about-deakin/events/arts-info-session-burwood

Deakin University | Arts Course and Career Information Session – Geelong

Wednesday 12 June | 5.30pm – 6.00pm | Deakin University, Geelong This information session will give you an overview of Deakin’s Bachelor of Arts. Learn about our 30+ study disciplines available and how Deakin’s course allow you to tailor your studies to suit your interests and career aspirations. Find out more and register: https://www.deakin.edu.au/about-deakin/events/arts-info-session-geelong

Victoria University Polytechnic | Communications, Arts & Design Information Session

Tuesday 7 May 2019 | 10.00am – 11.00am Tuesday 21 May 2019 | 4.30pm – 5.30pm Tuesday 4 June 2019 | 10.00am – 11.00am Tuesday 18 June 2019 | 4.30pm – 5.30pm Victoria University, Footscray Nicholson Campus Come along and find out more about our communications, arts and design courses at an information session. Sessions typically involve a short presentation followed by a tour of the campus where you can explore our facilities. You …

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ANU | HASS and Languages Showcase

Wednesday 10 – Thursday 11 April | 10.00am – 3.00pm | ANU School of Music We are delighted to invite you to the ANU Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences (HASS) and Languages Showcase 2019. Designed to provide a unique and enriching program for high school students, the showcase will give students the opportunity to experience the …

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