Victorian College of the Arts
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Curator Natalie King on her new role as Enterprise Professor at the VCA
Natalie King curates Australian and international programs that include exhibition making, publications, lectures, workshops and cultural partnerships across contemporary art and Indigenous culture. She discusses her new role as Enterprise Professor at the Victorian College of the Arts.By Paul Dalgarno
Welcome to The Stables – a new, world-class arts facility in Melbourne’s Arts Precinct
The former Victoria Police Mounted Branch stables have been transformed by Kerstin Thompson Architects into world-class teaching and learning facilities for students of the University of Melbourne’s Faculty of Fine Arts and Music. Here, lead architect Kerstin Thompson gives us a guided tour.
Frances and the Inclusion Rider? We need equitable access to arts training
The concept of the Inclusion Rider has suddenly hit the mainstream following its use by Frances McDormand in her Oscar acceptance speech yesterday. What might this mean for actor-training institutions such as the Victorian College of the Arts?By Matt Delbridge
Robert Ambrose Cole, Rosslynd Piggott, Angelina Pwerle, Lindy Lee and David Rosetzky in a new exhibition at the Margaret Lawrence Gallery
In this catalogue essay, Margaret Lawrence Gallery Director Dr David Sequeira sets up the gallery’s latest exhibition, In Between: Notions of transition and the intermediate.By Dr David Sequeira, Director, Margaret Lawrence Gallery
Peek into Buxton Contemporary with new director Ryan Johnston
Walk and talk with the inaugural director of Buxton Contemporary, on the University of Melbourne’s Southbank campus, before the gallery opens on 9 March. By Susanna Ling
Tropfest 2018 winners Greta Nash and Gillian Crosby in interview
Nash’s film Two Piece took the top prize at Tropfest 2018 this month. She and the film’s producer – fellow VCA alumna Gillian Crosby – discuss their win. By Scott McLachlan
Watch: Tropfest 2018 winner, Two Piece, by VCA alumna Greta Nash
Alumna Greta Nash’s film Two Piece took top honours at Tropfest 2018, and you can watch it here.By Sophie Duran
Callout: ACMI X Residency Program 2019 open for applications
Staff, graduate students and alumni of The University of Melbourne are eligible to apply for the ACMI X Residency program, which provides co-working opportunities for creative practitioners and researchers in moving image and digital arts technologies.
Doing Feminism: an interview with Professor Anne Marsh
With feminism and what it means so firmly back on the public agenda, there’s never been a better time to get to grips with its role in art and culture.By Susanna Ling
Listen: For the love of the stage, featuring Rinske Ginsberg
From an improvisational trapeze performer and fire eater in the 80s to a celebrated Melbourne Fringe ‘living legend’, movement lecturer Rinske Ginsberg reflects on a life on stage.
Introducing Ryan Johnston, the inaugural Director of Buxton Contemporary
Ryan Johnston will be the inaugural Director of Buxton Contemporary, the new purpose-built home for the Michael Buxton Collection embedded at the University of Melbourne’s Victorian College of the Arts.
Discover hidden art and artefacts at the University of Melbourne
The University of Melbourne is home to 32 cultural collections including libraries, prints, rare books and music archives, you just need to know how to find them – now there’s help.By Fiona Gruber, University of Melbourne
Vale Alun Leach-Jones, distinguished painter and VCA alumnus
VCA Director Professor Jon Cattapan remembers one of Australia’s great abstract artists.By Professor Jon Cattapan, Director, Victorian College of the Arts
Video: Polly Staniford, co-founder of Aquarius Films
From the VCA to the Oscars: meet film and television alumna Polly Staniford.By Kate Mulqueen
AntigoneX: Greek tragedy, with beach balls
Victorian College of the Arts Senior Lecturer in Theatre Dr Zachary Dunbar is the writer, director and producer of a riotously reimagined version of Sophocles’ Antigone, AntigoneX. He discusses his inspiration here.By Susanna Ling
Chris Kohn, VCA lecturer: putting diversity centre stage
Since 2016, Chris Kohn also been working on a PhD looking at theatre made by people with intellectual disabilities and those identifying as neurodiverse. Right now, though, he's excited about a completely different kind of diversity project.