The Arts8 Transformation project was hosted by AFTRS and NIDA and involved two students and one staff member from each of the eight elite arts training..
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The show, based on a Fairy Tales theme, brought together 140 students participating in NICA’s Community Circus classes.
it clear they go together rather finely, but what is it really like to be a dancer and circus artist?
Cr Claude Ullin from the City of Stonnington opened proceedings to a supportive and enthusiastic audience of over 400 at the NICA National Circus Centre.
The festival gathers elite circus artists and arts managers from around the world..
NICA partnered with Australia’s leading institute for education and training in the dramatic arts, NIDA
NICA students and staff participated in a Cultural Exchange Study Tour to China, supported by Arts Victoria.
Some of Australia’s most gifted young actors, dancers, singers, film makers and musicians spent three days developing..
The show, titled Alwin in E Minor, is based on the seven stages of man from the famous monologue in Shakespeare’s play 'As you Like It'
Developing artists from each organisation displayed disciplined expertise whilst working with the shared vision of the collective..
Andrea Ousley in Jakarta, Indonesia working for a not-profit organisation called The Red Nose Foundation Hidung Merah.
Since completing his Bachelor of Circus Arts, Lewie has worked with some of Australia’s most notable contemporary circus companies.
The best thing about running away with the circus is that I have a daily schedule that I can follow and specialist trainers in my field of interest.
Students studying circus arts, acting, directing and design come together to make new work.
NICA aerials trainer Kathryn Niesche recently returned from five days in the Central Desert, touring remote Indigenous Warlpiri communities
Maya took the time to answer a few quick questions about life at NICA, and where it has since taken her.