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NIDA presents Rhoda Roberts AO with honorary Master of Fine Arts

30 June 2022 NIDA presents Rhoda Roberts AO with honorary Master of Fine Arts at Class of 2021 Graduation Ceremony

NIDA congratulates the Class of 2021

30 June 2022 On Sunday 26 June 2022, students, staff and guests came together at NIDA’s Parade Theatre to celebrate the Class of 2021 and acknowledge the achievements of 155 graduating artists.

NIDA ranked in The Hollywood Reporter top drama schools

25 June 2022 NIDA is proud to again be ranked in The Hollywood Reporter's top 25 drama schools in the world
How I Learned to Drive

NIDA’s June Season presents four re-imagined masterworks

23 June 2022 NIDA’s 2022 June Season of Student Productions presented four fully staged and thoughtfully created plays showcasing the skills and work of 130 students.
NIDA Open Day begins

Open Day offers a behind-the-scenes look at NIDA!

21 June 2022 NIDA theatres, workshops, studios and creative spaces came alive on Saturday 18 June as over 1,500 visitors attended NIDA’s annual Open Day.

NIDA Board of Directors welcome new appointments

16 June 2022 The NIDA Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of two new Board members, Mr Darren Dale and Ms Sophia Zachariou.

NIDA welcomes all to Open Day on Saturday 18 June

15 June 2022 This weekend NIDA Open Day will welcome visitors who are curious or passionate about the arts and entertainment industries to explore NIDA’s many world-renown educational offerings.

NIDA second-year props students bring mythological beings to life

20 May 2022 For their first major work of the year, our second-year BFA Properties and Objects students explored mythology from cultures around the world to craft large-scale sculptures, now on display at NIDA.

NIDA’s highly anticipated June Productions Season announced: re-imagined masterworks that stretch every creative muscle

17 May 2022 Falsettos, How I Learned To Drive, Picnic at Hanging Rock and The Seagull to be staged in NIDA venues over ten days offering a rich array of stories and ideas, presented by 130 of Australia’s most highly-trained practitioners and led by distinguished professional theatre artists.
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NIDA acknowledges the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the sacred lands, from the mountains to the sea, on which we learn and tell stories.

The lands of the Bidjigal, Gadigal, Dharawal and Dharug peoples. We pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past and present.