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Collective giving groups are playing an increasing role in philanthropy in Australia, according to research led by Creative Partnerships Australia.
The Government has released its full response to the recommendations of the National Opera Review Final Report.
“I could never have told you that at 36 years old I would be going to circus school!”
We speak to Lewis Formby from the Australian Ballet School about his experience at the Orchard Ballet Forum in Japan.
We speak to NIDA student Joseph Althouse about his passion for theatre and his advice for those wanting a career in the performing arts.
To celebrate World Circus Day, we speak to National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA) student Lyndon Johnson about his experience.
In recognition of International Dance Day, we speak to NAISDA student Kiarn Doyle about starting a career in dance and how it has helped him...
Take a look at how the recent graduates from NAISDA Dance College are already making their mark on the world stage.
The Government has announced more than $420,000 for the Queensland Performing Arts Centre to deliver a new theatrical performance, Armistice.
We take a look at a unique project supported through the ANZAC Centenary Arts and Culture Fund which engages a younger audience about the impacts...
This World Music Day, we ask AYO student Sunga Lee what it’s like to study at one of the most prestigious music schools.
In the lead up to NAIDOC Week it’s timely to acknowledge the important role that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performers and artists play...
Recent NIDA graduate, Yasmin Masri has received the inaugural Lynne Williams Award for Outstanding Achievement in Cultural Leadership.
We seek your views on how to strengthen the Major Performing Arts Framework, through which the major performing arts companies are supported to develop and present excellent artistic works and foster a vibrant and sustainable performing arts sector.