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NIDA Melbourne story

NIDA Melbourne helps power city’s new arts initiative

3 May 2017 NIDA has taken its place among some of the finest creative establishments in Australia with the opening of our new permanent venue, NIDA Melbourne, in the Southbank Arts Precinct.
Rachel Kerry story

Five questions with Directing student, Rachel Kerry

5 May 2017 We recently spoke with Master of Fine Arts (Directing) student and New York City native, Rachel Kerry, about her career to date and how she came to study at NIDA.
Daron Oram

NIDA MFA (Voice) students broaden understanding of industry challenges relating to dyslexia and dyspraxia

26 April 2017 Earlier this month, Daron Oram, BA, MA, SFHEA – a Senior Voice Lecturer at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London – took the time out of his busy schedule to deliver a two-hour seminar to our Master of Fine Arts (Voice) students, on dyslexia, dyspraxia and voice work. 
Forensic

NIDA Design students volunteer skills to bring NSW Health vision to life

31 March 2017 Three NIDA Design for Performance students are investing their own time outside of studies in an innovative design project, to create a performance stage at the Forensic Hospital – a mental health facility operated by Justice Health & Forensic Mental Health Network, who are part of NSW Health.
CBCA

NIDA Open partners with Children’s Book Council of Australia for Book Week

2 May 2017 NIDA Open has teamed up with the Children’s Book Council of Australia (CBCA) to help early childhood centres celebrate Book Week, with our new program for children aged 3–5 years, Play Date. 
Creative Ambassadors

New ‘Creative Ambassador’s Initiative’ develops Australia’s teachers into cultural leaders

20 March 2017 NIDA has launched a ground-breaking new initiative that will provide early career teachers with complimentary training to help them become cultural leaders at their respective schools.
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