Alumni

If you studied at the the Victorian College of the Arts or the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, connect with the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music to maintain and expand your networks

A strong network is an invaluable resource for a creative career and we are proud to be able to help foster these connections.

Among our growing alumni services program, is Artist Referral, which helps to connect performers and musicians to people looking to hire them for one-off or short-term work.

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Ask Alumni mentorship program

Ask Alumni is a new, informal mentoring program that connects current students and alumni. No matter where you are in the world or how much time you are able to commit, we'd love your insight.

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Alumni benefits

Apart from being part of a powerful industry network, alumni also receive a number of offers and discounts from the Faculty and around the University of Melbourne.

Benefits available from the University include the Community Access Program (CAP), discounted access to libraries and online journals and career-based resources.

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Reunions

Reconnect with classmates and expand your network through reunion activities.

Networking opportunities

Meet new people and explore opportunities for collaborations and inspiration at networking events.

Special event offers and free tickets

Discover events, openings and performances and look out for special alumni offers.

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Alumni Stories

Get to know our fine arts and music alumni, who continue to create, perform and inspire long after graduating.

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Steinway D Launch Series: Jerry Wong

Wednesday 21 Aug 2019 at 6:30pm
The Ian Potter Southbank Centre
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Grant!

Thursday 22 Aug 2019 at 7:00pm
Grant Street
Jazz sessions and art transmissions curated by students from the Conservatorium’s Jazz & Improvisation program. Featuring special guest performers each week: some old, some borrowed, some outright stolen, and some kind of blue. This program is generously supported by the Lionel Gell Foundation.

Sir John Barbirolli in Australia

Friday 23 Aug 2019 at 1:00pm
The Ian Potter Southbank Centre
Professor Raymond Holden AM, Professor of Public Engagement at the Royal Academy of Music, London, presents a lecture focusing on Sir John Barbirolli’s two visits to Australia.

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