A/Prof Cheryl Stock and Dr Egil Kipste return from Hanoi Academy of Theatre and Cinema
30 October 2017Last month, two of NIDA’s senior graduate school staff, Head of Directing Dr Egil Kipste and Director, Graduate Studies and Head of Cultural Leadership A/Prof Cheryl Stock, embarked on a two-week residency at Vietnam’s Hanoi Academy of Theatre and Cinema (HATC).
Can NIDA’s The Country Wife still speak to today’s gender agenda?
24 October 2017Opening at the Parade Theatre at National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) tonight, the student production of The Country Wife, directed by Belvoir Artistic Associate Tom Wright, celebrates female liberation.
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.
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.
Poet picks up NIDA Open Emerging Artist Award at Sydney Fringe
10 October 2017This year, NIDA was proud to be the sponsor of The Sydney Fringe Emerging Artist Sharehouse in Erskineville; to celebrate the end of a fantastic Fringe season, last week, Head of NIDA Open Tricia Ryan presented the inaugural NIDA Open Emerging Artist Award at Sydney Fringe Festival’s closing awards ceremony.