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Sydney Living Museums will host a tribute exhibition to Ginger Meggs, Australia’s beloved red-haired mischief-maker.
The AFI | AACTA membership program provides access to more than 80 industry development opportunities, screen culture events and the prestigious AACTA awards ceremony, and everyone’s invited.
To keep one step ahead and shape tomorrow's industry leaders, AFTRS has refreshed the Masters of Screen Arts and Business course.
Impressive in scope, scale and ambition, Carriageworks in the heart of Sydney’s Redfern continues the consolidation and growth of its formidable artistic program in 2015, cementing its place as a nationally unique and significant multi-arts institution.
The British Council’s exchange programs play a vital role in developing the careers of Australian creative practitioners.
The British Council is ideally placed to draw on the UK’s global leadership in Inclusivity arts policy and practice.
During Art & About Sydney’s Hyde Park will become an urban artist’s camp with LED-activated tipis.
The International Screen Academy's innovative courses aim to equip students with the best skills and experience for a bright future.
Two art forms battle it out in a new film from one of Australia's most successful directors, Fred Schepisi.
An invigorated membership program at AFI and AACTA is set to inspire and develop Australian screen culture.
Over 200 feature films from around the globe will play at the 2014 Byron Bay International Film Festival.
JMC Academy students are building job skills in tandem with their coursework.
Filmmaker and IFSS graduate Aimee-Lee Curran has been selected for a Director’s Attachment on Australian feature Strangerland.
IFSS and ACTT students team up in successful collaborations.
Despite acting from a very young age, ACTT graduate Lachlan Galbraith believes the college training was central to his success.
The International Film School Sydney (IFSS) and Actors College of Theatre and Television (ACTT) are leading an important cross-disciplinary dialogue amongst their students.
As the early days of the Internet begin to inform creative practices, some of us are wondering: is it too early to feel nostalgic?
The Sydney Fringe Festival is offering a selection of niche movies from emerging filmmakers.
Shoes with GPS and digital cosmetics with hologram colour are among the latest projects from fashion designers embracing technology.
The ABC’s globally successful online Reading Eggs program will be made into a web animation series called Eggsperts, in a co-production between Flying Bark Productions and Blake eLearning.
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