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The University of Melbourne is pleased to announce the second round of successful applicants to the pioneering ACMI X co-working space in Melbourne’s Arts Precinct.

Next week, Australia’s finest young violinists will compete for a total prize pool of $55,000 in the final rounds of the country’s most generous violin scholarship, the University of Melbourne’s Dorcas McClean Travelling Scholarship.

Next week, the University of Melbourne will launch the Creative Arts Therapy Research Unit (CATRU), the first training and research program of its kind in Australia.

Australia’s longest-continuing film school is celebrating its golden anniversary this year and using the milestone to make 50 student films from those 50 years freely available to the public for the first time.

Music theatre specialists from across Australia will gather together next week at the University of Melbourne’s Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) for the very first National Music Theatre Symposium.

Seven new works by University of Melbourne Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) students will feature as part of the FRISK - a festival of new performance - at this year’s Melbourne Fringe, from September 24 to 27.

The first book to explore the importance of country music in Australian society has been released by Lyrebird Press, part of the Victorian College of the Arts and Melbourne Conservatorium of Music (VCA&MCM).

Today, the new ‘Brian Brown Recording Studio’ was launched by the Minister for Creative Industries, Martin Foley MP at the University of Melbourne’s Southbank campus – home to the Faculty of the Victorian College of the Arts and Melbourne Conservatorium of Music (VCA and MCM).

One of Australia’s foremost Indigenous artists, Richard Frankland, has joined the Wilin Centre for Indigenous Arts and Cultural Development at the Faculty of the Victorian College of the Arts and Melbourne Conservatorium of Music (VCA & MCM) at the University of Melbourne, as Head of Curriculum & Programs.

Indigenous story telling drawing inspiration from the cultural significance of the possum skin cloak will be the focus of a year long project for Victorian multimedia and performing artist, Tiriki Onus, who was today awarded the inaugural Hutchinson Indigenous Fellowship (HIF) at the University of Melbourne.

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