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VCA Art Grad Show: The future of art making in Australia on display
The 23 November marks the celebrated return of the VCA Art Grad Show, featuring new works by the graduating cohort of Art students.
‘Embrace your own strange notions': Choreographer Lucy Guerin on working with third year dancers at the VCA
In her latest work with third year dance students at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA), award-winning choreographer, Lucy Guerin, takes her inspiration from the students themselves. We spoke with Lucy about the creative process, and the critical lessons learnt during her remarkable career.
VCA graduate showcase streamed free for the first time on MIFF play
Short film lovers will be treated to more than 40 films by the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) Film and Television graduating class of 2020 in a special free-to-view online presentation from September 27 on MIFF Play, the digital streaming platform of the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF).
101 Sensations: on tour with the University of Melbourne Symphony Orchestra in Asia
Between 23 September and 29 September 2018, the University of Melbourne Symphony Orchestra performed in Singapore and Shanghai, the first time it had ever travelled overseas. This is the story of that tour.By Paul Dalgarno.
Mimir Chamber Music Festival returns – with world-class mentoring
The 2018 Mimir Chamber Music Festival will be held at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music in August and September. Founded by the Conservatorium’s Dr Curt Thompson, the Festival brings outstanding international chamber musicians to Australian audiences, and world-class mentoring to students across Victoria.By Kelly Southworth
Two-minute interview: Maude Davey, director of Mongrel
Actor, writer, director, and Victorian College of the Arts alumna Maude Davey tells us more about the VCA’s new music theatre variety show, Mongrel. By Susanna Ling
Two-minute interview: David Batchelor, artist and writer
David Batchelor is one of more than 30 artists whose work will feature in Monochrome: Empty & Full at the Margaret Lawrence Gallery in Melbourne in May. By Sophie Duran