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102 Results for Creative Arts and Design in NSW
Academy of Dressmakers421 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills, NSW, 2010
The Academy of Dressmakers Pty Ltd, was founded in 2008 to address the Australian Fashion Industry’s shortage of Machinists, Patternmakers, Alteration Hands and Dressmakers.
With the shift of bulk clothing production to off shore companies, Australian Fashion Designers now need skilled workers to construct their samples for production and for altering a variety of clothing purchased from stores.
All teachers who tutor at the Academy of Dressmakers are Fashion Industry experienced and are able to pass on valuable industry knowledge and career advice.
Home Dressmakers find catering for individuals who still like to have garments ‘made to measure’ for that ‘special occasion’ offer additional earning opportunities.
The Academy of Dressmakers is designed for those who are looking for an alternative to the current vocational training with a more ‘Practical Application’ approach where the Focus is “Garment Construction”, with a small component of Design.
Academy of Floral Art Floristry Training CollegeSingleton Road, . Wiseman's Ferry, NSW, 2775
The Academy of Floral Art Floristry Training College, NSW, Australia, is a school for Hobbyists and Commercial Florists.
Here we offer you a one-to-one learning experience and you will be fortunate in having the same teacher for your entire Course, you will receive personalised attention and constructive criticism during each class, which helps you understand your lessons better and in the long-term this makes all the difference to your confidence level.
Certificates will be given after 64 hours of Classes have been completed, assessments are carried out each term throughout the year. Workshops and Intense Courses are also offered at other times of the year; you will need to contact us to find out when these are being held. Our Introductory Course is for 4 hours and you may then decide if you would like to continue.
The Academy of Floral Art, Floristry Training College offers its students 100% hands on flower arranging without all the paperwork and time spent on exams. The Academy works to assist their students in gaining confidence through the large number of floral designs completed throughout the year of practical study and after proving their competence within their floristry expertise, following and understanding the concepts of design; gaining a thorough knowledge of all the variety of flowers; this hands-on learning experience, through our one-to-one tuition, will equip students to find employment and work within the industry more easily or, to establish their own business in one of the many areas of commercial floristry.
Postal Address:P.O. BOX 539, ROUND CORNER DURAL. 2158.
Actors Centre Australia241 Devonshire St. Surry Hills, NSW, 2010
“Our aim is to inspire a sense of wonder about the power of the performing arts. This belief drives everything we do from casual classes and courses, corporate training and events, all the way through to our full-time career training.”
We believe everyone has natural talents and untapped potential. To us, inspiration is the key to transformation - so we encourage everyone to go beyond their expectations and excel.
How we do this;
- We deliberately limit our class sizes, to create a personalised and dynamic environment - where everyone feels welcome
- Our world-class tutors are as passionate about teaching as they are about acting. They listen, then offer honest feedback and support. They create an environment of trust - where every student is encouraged yet challenged to achieve more
- We inspire a continual sense of wonder about the power of the performing arts.
Anyone looking to develop their acting, self-expression or performance skills is welcome at ACA. It’s a vibrant environment where natural talent is revealed.
Postal Address:PO Box 135 Surry Hills NSW 2010
Actors College of Theatre and Television505 Pitt Street Sydney, NSW, 2000
ACTT conducts accredited, full time courses in acting, musical theatre and technical production, and an extensive range of accredited and recreational part time performing arts courses (from introduction to acting to advanced acting, screen acting and specialist workshops such as comedy and accents).
ACTT leads the way in independent performing arts training in Australia. Unique within Australia, this specialised college offers a range of learning options, from evening and weekend classes to full-time tertiary-level training. All ACTT courses are taught by experienced professionals working at the highest level in their fields.
As a boutique training house with a focus on high standards ACTT keeps class sizes small to ensure every student receives a lot of individual attention. The college is next to Central Station in Sydney which is ideal for accommodation, student social life and transport.
AFTRSBuilding 130 The Entertainment Quarter Moore Park, Sydney, NSW, 2021
AFTRS is Australia’s national screen, arts and broadcast School and has been delivering advanced training for the film, television, radio and digital media industries for 37 years. The School attracts students from all over Australia and New Zealand who are driven to create and experiment and to
develop their skills.
AFTRS offers study options for those just starting out, professionals who want to combine work with part time study and students who are able to commit to one of the full time specialist courses.
All AFTRS programs provide teaching to highest professional standards. Teaching staff are drawn from experienced industry practitioners. Professional associates, critics, theorists and specialists also contribute to the teaching program and to the assessment of students’ work.
- AFTRS - Australia's national screen arts and broadcast school - has been delivering advanced training for the film, television and radio industries for almost 40 years.
- The school attracts students from all over Australia who are driven to create experiment and develop their skills in all of the specialist areas that make up this dynamic and exciting sector.
- AFTRS students typically choose to study with us to learn in an environment that is intense and fast-paced, to be part of a community of like-minded peers and to pursue a career doing what they love.
- Operating in a fantastic new building - designed to be at the cutting edge of evolving technologies - and with industry focused teaching methods, AFTRS is constantly adapting and evolving its course offerings.
Postal Address:PO Box 2286 Strawberry Hills NSW 2012
APA INTERNATIONAL FILM SCHOOL (APA FILM) - Head OfficePO Box 362 Avalon, NSW, 2107
Postal Address:PO Box 362, Avalon NSW 2107
APA INTERNATIONAL FILM SCHOOL - Film and Video Production63 Dickson Avenue Artarmon, NSW, 2064
Art & Technology of Make up College88 Shepherd Street, Chippendale, NSW, 2008
Welcome to the Art & Technology of Make up College
The Art & Technology of Make-up College (3 Arts Make-up Centre) is the longest running fully professional make-up training college in Australia with an established reputation in the industry.
The College founder and principal Dawn Swane, is well respected within the make-up industry for the high standards of training she has set for the College and the calibre of its graduates. Dawn was awarded a lifetime achievement award by the Australian Society of Make-up Artists in 2002.
The aim of the College is to supply the film, television, theatre, special effects and fashion industries with well-educated and trained personnel who are constantly striving for excellence and innovation and who are capable of making Australia the world leader in make-up and effects technology.
Art Est Art School67-69 Lords Road Leichhardt, NSW, 2040
Art Est. Art School and Gallery is Sydney’s dynamic creative hub for the visual arts. Located in a spacious, light-filled warehouse in Leichhardt, Art Est. is an inspiring art space that incorporates three teaching studios, artists in residence studios and an art gallery.
Art Est. presents an exciting and diverse range of art classes and workshops for both adults and kids. Use the menu at left to visit our Children's Art Classes or Adult Art Classes pages for detailed information on all courses, holiday and weekend workshops.
With small class sizes of 10-12 students, our art classes ensure you receive the individual tuition you need.
Australia's National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA)215 Anzac Parade Kensington, NSW, 2033
NIDA is Australia's National Institute of Dramatic Art, a centre of excellence in training for theatre, film and television. NIDA's primary role is to select and train exceptionally gifted young people at a tertiary level, preparing them for careers in theatre, film and television.
While best known for its Acting course, NIDA also offers unique and effective courses with great career prospects in design, stage management, event management, lighting, sound, costume making, wardrobe management, scenery construction, properties and special effects. Graduates from these courses are in great demand, and are often employed even before they graduate.
Postal Address:NIDA UNSW Sydney NSW 2052 Australia
Australian Academy of Dramatic Art (AADA)1-51 Foveaux St, Surry Hills, NSW, 2010
Beginning as the Sydney Guitar School in 1968 founded by Dr Peter Calvo, the Australian Institute of Music has grown into a major player in education & training for the Australian music industry, performing arts & entertainment management fields. AIM Music Courses deliver first class music tuition & unique industry relevant programs designed to equip students for successful lifelong creative careers.
Australian College of Make-up and Special Effects233 Broadway Glebe, NSW, 2037
ACMUSE was originally known as Film Make-up Technology which had been established in 1980.
Since inception, graduates of the College have represented every aspect of the make-up and Special Effects industry from assistants to Heads of Department.
ACMUSE aims to provide vocational education accredited to national standards in the fields of film, TV, theatre, fashion and wedding make-up and special effects to support the entertainment industry through the provision of expertly trained staff suitable for immediate contract to the industry.
ACMUSE provides vocational education and training for individuals seeking a career in make-up and special effects in the performing arts, film, television, theatre, fashion and bridal industries.
ACMUSE provides courses that are competency based and comply with benchmarks set for competency-based training in the industry. Courses are comprehensive and seek to combine theory with practical skills to produce well-educated and skilled personnel.
AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE OF MAKEUP AND SPECIAL EFFECTS5 The Crescent Annandale, NSW, 2038
AUSTRALIAN DANCE iNSTITUTE1188 Pacific Highway, Pymble, NSW, 2073
AUSTRALIAN DANCE iNSTITUTE (ADi) Is a new concept in "open access" dance education. It is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO/NTIS ID 91600) and was formed to provide a support group for all affiliated organisations, teachers and dance schools. It is a provider of nationally accredited courses and resources in dance training and professional development in the industry. It provides an umbrella auspicing group for RTO compliance and support. Its mission is also to help educate private dance teachers, schools and associations in coming to grips with existing and new National Standards under the Australian Quality Training Framework - AQTF. In this role it is also a reference group working with Government in conveying the needs of the small to medium dance industry providers. ADi has a particular mission in encouraging and supporting dance education in small business generally, and particularly in remote and regional Australia, as an added contribution to provision of employment opportunites by contributing to the local economic and cultural landscape in these areas.
Postal Address:PO Box 46, Pymble, NSW, 2073
Australian International Conservatorium of Music (AICM)114 Victoria Road, Rozelle, Sydney, NSW, 2039
AICM's highest priority is to produce musicians, performing artists, composers, teachers and professionals of the highest standard. We provide a quality tertiary education in a range of performance areas as well as composition, multimedia, management and pedagogy. Our supportive learning environment offers students specialised training for those wishing to embark on a professional career. Our undergraduate programs merge performance training with academic rigour, and offer flexible pathway options for students according to their specific needs and focus. We are distinctive in our emphasis on performance and individual study designs. Students are educated to the highest standards based on the best possible professional practice.