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StART program: Free arts workshops for 15-18 year olds

Presenter Academy of The Arts
Contact person
Anthony Barker
T: 0889466951 E:
Location CDU Casuarina Campus, Darwin; and for the Dance workshop at Darwin Entertainment Centre
Open to CDU staff and students, Public

Know someone aged 15-18 who is passionate about the arts?


Academy of Arts - matty van roden

The Academy of the Arts is going to run the StART Program, a series of week-long creative arts workshops for 15–18-year-olds in the upcoming school holidays.

Our aim is to engage more deeply with young people interested in the Arts and offer a pathway into further study with us at CDU.

The workshops are free and delivered by CDU Arts lecturers.
Dates: 25-29 September (Monday to Friday)
Participants: aged 15-18 years

Students choose to specialise in one of the following disciplines for the five days:

  • Contemporary Dance: with Gary Lang of NT Dance Company
  • Contemporary Music Making: with CDU Lecturer, Vincent Perry
  • Film Making: with CDU Lecturers, Ben Ward and Will Tinapple
  • Musical Theatre: with CDU Lecturer, Paolo Fabris
  • Technical Production: with CDU Lecturer, Mike Vernau
  • Visual Arts: with CDU Lecturers, Sarah Pirrie & Matty van Roden

Download the StART program

Download application form

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