NIDA October productions signal new level of audience engagement
10 October 2017From 24 October–1 November, the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) will present five full-scale productions as part of the Paradice Family Foundation Season of student productions, featuring the future talent of Australia’s theatre and screen industries, cutting-edge directors and immersive 3D sound technology from Sennheiser.
3 October 2017The National Institute of Dramatic Art has extended the application period for its 2018 higher education courses to 29 October, giving candidates an extra month to apply while overlapping with October’s eagerly anticipated student production season, when people will see firsthand the exceptional work of NIDA students.
Creating flamboyant costumes for the MFA (Design for Performance)
20 October 2017Nagham Helou is exploring new practices and ideas in her NIDA Master of Fine Arts (Design for Performance) as costume designer for The Country Wife, part of NIDA’s Paradice Family Foundation Season of student productions.
NIDA Melbourne kicks off with Launchpad and NIDAnights
6 October 2017 NIDA Melbourne, a new creative space at Creative Spaces: Guild in the heart of the Southbank Arts Precinct, has announced a fresh program of events and an invitation to all artists to take part in a residency, boost their artistic practice and develop the next stage of their creative project.
Our first-ever female BFA Staging graduand prepares to launch her career
18 October 2017Taylor Hill, Bachelor of Fine Arts (Staging) year three student, is working on a revolving stage for the October student production of Fraternal. Come December, she will be the first female ever to graduate from the degree.
How the Luminis Fellowship has supported inaugural recipient Mel George
10 October 2017Inaugural recipient and NIDA Master of Fine Arts (Cultural Leadership) student Mel George has been on a journey for the past year to unleash and develop her unique craft as a glass-artist and curator.