Creative Arts at Deakin University

Creative Arts at Deakin University

Welcome to Creative Arts at Deakin University So the new course will involve greater collaboration across the four disciplines in art and performance. The boundaries between disciplines in recent years and into the future have really kind of been blurring a lot, and a lot of art practitioners will employ all kinds of ideas from

Interlochen Arts Academy Collage

Interlochen Arts Academy Collage

Collage is my favorite event of the year. I would have to say so. It’s just one thing to the next, like, you’ll have a piano player and then you’ll have choir and then you’ll have a singer-songwriter and a dance routine. I think it just keeps you on the edge of your seat the

Student Testimonials / Creative Classes – Empowerment Through the Arts

Student Testimonials / Creative Classes – Empowerment Through the Arts

Right from the beginning, Kevin made us very comfortable, and he let us know that we could… …be very open and true to our emotions and that there’ be no judgment. I fell in love with acting after that. And I realized , this is something I could do. I mean, if anybody can do

Transferable Skills – Performing Arts, Theatre & Musical Theatre

Transferable Skills – Performing Arts, Theatre & Musical Theatre

My name is Jodi Graham, and I am the Executive Director of Utah Humanities in Salt Lake. And I studied musical theater at Weber State. It was amazing. I have done so many different things in my career along the path, all of them extremely different. And what my theater degree gave me was the

Welcome to Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants

Welcome to Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants

At the Arts Council we want to support exciting and diverse work that brings great art and culture to people across the country Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants is our funding programme for arts, museums and libraries projects Project Grants are an opportunity for artists, cultural practitioners and organisations to work in new ways

Why dancers love performing Balanchine’s Jewels (The Royal Ballet)

Why dancers love performing Balanchine’s Jewels (The Royal Ballet)

Jewels is one Balanchine’s greatest pieces of choreography. His style is iconic. You see a piece and you go: ‘That’s by Balanchine’. I think what’s amazing about Jewels as a whole ballet is that there are three very different pieces. They have different tones, different feelings, different colours. Balanchine used to say it’s like an

What is theatre capable of? Simon Stone at TEDxSydney

What is theatre capable of? Simon Stone at TEDxSydney

Simon Stone: Hi. My name is Simon Stone and this is a bare stage. Theatre director Peter Brook opened his seminal book, The Empty Space, with this statement, “I can take any empty space and call it a bare stage. A man walks across this empty space while someone else is watching him and this

Meet Andrew Pritchard, Performing Arts Lecturer at ARU

Meet Andrew Pritchard, Performing Arts Lecturer at ARU

Hello. My name is Andrew Pritchard. I’m a Lecturer / Practitioner in Drama and Performing Arts for the Cambridge School of Creative Industries. I myself went to drama school to train as an actor. I went to the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art for four years, before moving on to freelance writing, producing

Cambridge students’ first theatre experience with The Convert

Cambridge students’ first theatre experience with The Convert

He has come and brought the white man as our teacher, to guide us from those ways. And what is it that’s wrong with our ways? The Convert is a play that’s set in the 19th century and even though it seems like a historical play it actually has themes that are relevant today such