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Lauren Sibree: More than just a musician

16 Feb 2017

Current student Lauren Sibree's Bachelor of Music degree has taught her a lot more than just how to be a singer. Find out more about her journey of self-discovery at the MCM via Rehearsal Magazine

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Lifetime Guarantee: Alumni actors rise to the exhilarating challenge

15 Feb 2017

There's some familiar faces in Ross Mueller's latest play Lifetime Guarantee, as recent acting alumni Izabella Yena and Julian Dibley-Hall steal the show. Read more via The Australian.

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Bill Henson: 'I am quite comfortable with the fact my pictures disturb people'

14 Feb 2017

A visit to the celebrated alumnus photographer’s Melbourne compound reveals an uncompromising intellectual at work. Read more via smh.com.au.

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Alumna director Alethea Jones reunites with Toni Collette for Sundance Film Festival

07 Feb 2017

Alumna Alethea Jones made an impact at Sundance this year where she debuted her film Fun Mom Dinner. Find out more about the director's latest feature, which stars fellow Australian Toni Collette, via The Screen Blog.

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Melbourne's rough sleepers are attracting tourists with their street art

01 Feb 2017

How do Melbourne's rough sleepers attract art fans to Melbourne's laneways? Street artist and lecturer Chris Honig explains via The Conversation.  

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Sundance Film Festival 2017: Alumna filmmaker Kitty Green on her new film Casting JonBenet

30 Jan 2017

Alumna filmmaker Kitty Green's experimental documentary film Casting JonBenet was warmly received at its world premiere at Sundance Film Festival on Sunday, though her unusual approach to the sensitive subject matter may yet drum up some controversy. Find out more via smh.com.au.

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Alumna filmmaker named recipient of Sundance Institute fellowship

27 Jan 2017

Alumna filmmaker Amie Batalibasi has been named the recipient of the 2017 Sundance Institute Merata Mita Fellowship. Read more via IF.com.au.

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Alumnus filmmaker Bentley Dean receives Australia's first foreign language Oscar nomination

26 Jan 2017

Film and television alumnus Bentley Dean's film Tanna has received Australia's very first Academy Awards nomination for Best Foreign Language Film. Read more via The Hollywood Reporter.

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Dr Katrina McFerran: Breakup songs can make moving on more difficult

23 Jan 2017

Breaking up is hard to do, but some music can make it even harder according to Head of Music Therapy Dr Katrina McFerran. Read more via The Huffington Post.

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Sugar Mountain hits its sweet spot at the Victorian College of the Arts

23 Jan 2017

Relive the highlights and excitement of Sugar Mountain Festival 2017 at our Southbank Campus via The Age.

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A genuinely believable CGI actor? It won’t be long

20 Jan 2017

While the CGI resurrection of Peter Cushing in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story sparked controversy in the industry, film lecturer Peter Allen asks the question: will we ever see a truly convincing digital star of the silver screen? Find out more via The Conversation

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Paris fashion sculptor alumna Sarah Harmarnee turns Tuscany horse photographer

16 Jan 2017

Alumna artist Sarah Harmarnee's first love was horses, with sculpture a close second. She's built a career out of both, and rubbed shoulders with fashion icons Ann Wintour and Alexander McQueen along the way. Read more via the Australian Financial Review.

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