Reviewing the Arts program allows students to explore a variety of writing modes in arts journalism, including interviews, previews and reviews. This article is a review to DAFFODILS written by Isobel Sanby.
Reviewing the Arts program allows students to explore a variety of writing modes in arts journalism, including interviews, previews and reviews. This article is a review, The Unknown Saint, written by Ezekiel Rodofili.
Research from UNSW Sydney is among the best in the world with the University receiving more top ratings in broad fields of research than any other Australian university in the 2018 Excellence in Research in Australia (ERA) analysis.
The UNSW Creative Practice Lab (CPL) and the School of Arts & Media Office are here to help you plan and promote your music event. Click the tabs below for more information on planning your performance.
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Every year, students enrolled in a Performance Lab course (MUSC1707, MUSC1708, MUSC2703, MUSC3705, MUSC3706, MUSC4705) must attend four (4) masterclasses across the year. Each term, three are scheduled and must be registered for in advance.
UNSW Creative Practice Lab (CPL) is a specialised arts unit within the School of the Arts & Media that supports teaching and practice-led research across a diverse range of subject areas. We manage the School's performance venues, rehearsal studios and technical resources.
The School of the Arts & Media offers an exciting range of opportunities, from foot-in-the-door internships and reputation-building awards, to residencies designed to help graduates build a career once their studies have finished.
The School of the Arts & Media offers an exciting range of opportunities including foot-in-the-door internships. Our Work Integrated Learning program and internship-matched courses will secure you work experience in media, film, creative writing,