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We are seeking stakeholder and public input on the National Framework for Governments’ Support of the Major Performing Arts Sector (MPA Framework).
A group of gifted Australian artists in training have joined forces for a unique performance collaboration.
Deadline for submissions to the MPA Framework survey extended to 5pm AEST on Monday 13 August 2018.
Listen to masterful music by one of Australia’s national elite performing arts training organisations, the Australian Youth Orchestra.
We visited the Australian Ballet School as the students prepare to showcase their amazing artistry and technical skill in Melbourne and Canberra.
We take a look at the Australian National Academy of Music and how it nurtures some of the best musicians from around the country.
Challenging the mind and body – academic studies at the National Institute of Circus Arts are as rigorous as the physical workouts.
What do you get when you combine the awe-inspiring acrobatic skills of circus with the powerful beauty of ballet?
Australia is an internationally recognised for its achievements in the circus arts and the Flying Fruit Fly Circus and its unique training program...
This year the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) celebrates 60 years of supporting Australian performing artists.
A group of 25 musicians from the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM) have recently been part of something special in New Zealand.
This World Theatre Day we’re recognising 60 years of NIDA and its dramatic contribution to theatre in Australia.
This year marks the 40th anniversary of Australia’s world-renowned Flying Fruit Fly Circus.
The Australian Government funds the eight national elite performing arts training organisations to support Australia's thriving creative economy.