NIDA partners with The Studio for creative tech startups31 July
NIDA is honoured to be a foundation consortium partner of The Studio, an initiative supporting Australia’s media-tech and creative-tech industries – where we love to play!
A filmmaker, a yogi and a scientist walk into a room…12 July
Wired for Wonder 2018 has a diverse line-up of thought leaders this year, including a filmmaker, a yogi, a scientist and a child-soldier-turned-lawyer.
Six rules to write by: lessons From George Orwell12 July
The overuse of tired metaphors, pseudo-technical jargon and sentences that just won’t end are all indicative of a disease that has burrowed its way deep into the language of business – and it is a one way ticket to disengagement.
Artists line up for NIDAnights in Winter18 June
Exploring ‘creative tension as inspiration’ at Semi Permanent18 June
CareerTrackers intern learns to present with confidence18 June
CareerTrackers is a national non-profit organisation which creates private sector internship opportunities for Indigenous university students. Since 2013, NIDA Corporate has been supporting CareerTrackers employees and interns to become more confident and engaging in their roles through communication and presentation skills training.
Do you have a voice for business?11 April
All the tutors and course managers at NIDA Corporate have first-hand, professional experience in dramatic skills. One of the key and intense areas of actor training is vocal skills, learning how to extend and control the voice.
Can introverts be good at networking?27 March
The School of Life (TSOL) Australia and National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) Corporate came together in an exclusive collaboration for a masterclass held at PauseFest this year titled ‘Networking for Introverts’.