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NIDA welcomes Jacob Boehme as First Nations Lecturer

22 October 2020 Artistic director, curator and teacher Jacob Boehme has been appointed as the First Nations Lecturer in NIDA’s Master of Fine Arts (Cultural Leadership).

NIDA's first round of acting auditions go online

16 October 2020 For the first time in its 60- year history, NIDA’s first round of acting auditions will all be online.

'Next to Normal' opens to live audiences in NIDA Parade Theatre

13 October 2020 NIDA’s Parade Theatre is reopening, with Darren Yap directing Next to Normal for the October Season of Student Productions.

Designing across centuries for Orlando

6 October 2020 Monique Langford is passionate about costume design and is deep into creating pieces across five centuries for the upcoming October Student Production Season of Orlando.

Announcing the YouTube Scholarship to NIDA

1 October 2020 Apply by 30 October. First Nations and People of Colour, people with a disability, from remote and regional areas or experiencing barriers to access are especially encouraged to apply

STC and NIDA Pathways Commission awarded to prolific writer Emme Hoy

3 September 2020 NIDA and Sydney Theatre Company are proud to announce the winner of the new pathway for NIDA writing graduates, supported by the Longes Family. The STC and NIDA Pathways Commission has been awarded to Emme Hoy and will enable her to develop a theatrical work to be considered for performance.

NIDA Corporate tackles the challenges of the virtual workplace.

3 September 2020 We are living in a new virtual frame. NIDA Corporate has been delivering screen-based communication training to companies in the human resources and legal sectors to assist them in overcoming unique COVID challenges.

Why we make theatre

31 August 2020 In 2020, when NIDA students and potential audiences were separated by strict lockdown conditions, the traditional mid-year production season was completely reimagined: enter, NIDA’s Digital Theatre Festival.
Melissa Kahraman and Nicholas Drummond in 2019 graduating production God of Carnage, directed by Judy Davis

NIDA graduate wins award to make film set in Melbourne’s Turkish community

31 August 2020 2019 NIDA Acting graduate Melissa Kahraman wins Leslie Walford AM Award to finance first stage of her feature film about growing up in Melbourne’s Turkish community.
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