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A world first interactive online course for Masters of the Arts: Art History students is made available by the joint efforst of University of Adelaide and the Art Gallery of South Australia.
Flinders University Art Museum has received the New Exhibitions Fund of $99,740 for a new exhibition to be launched in 2013.
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NIDA is running a variety of short courses and studio programs in the performing arts for those aged over 16.
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The Australia Council’s ArtStart program offers $10,000 to young emerging artists and STVDIO is filming recipients in the early stages of their careers.
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The Victorian Government has announced that it will contribute $2 million to a University of Melbourne led project to increase higher education access for regional students.
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