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  1. Generators video: Art, identity and the Chinese diaspora

    Filmmaker Natalie Cunningham explores the intersection of music and cultural identity for indie pop songstress Sophie Koh

    Natalie Cunningham explores the intersection of music and cultural identity for indie songstress Sophie Koh.

    precinct.finearts-music.unimelb.edu.au/2015/12/15/generators-video-art-identity-and-the-chinese-diaspora

  2. Three conditions for artistic success

    Photograph of stage curtain.

    How do you succeed in the arts? Max Gillies AM spoke to our graduating students.

    precinct.finearts-music.unimelb.edu.au/2015/12/10/three-conditions-for-artistic-success

  3. Generators video: Exploring Aboriginal identity in dance

    Still from HA LF showing Mariaa Randall dancing in black and white.

    Filmmaker Eddie Diamandi explores choreographer Mariaa Randall’s dance practice and Indigenous heritage.

    precinct.finearts-music.unimelb.edu.au/2015/12/01/generators-video-looking-at-aboriginal-identity-through-dance

  4. Sneak preview: the 47th Annual Graduate Film Screenings

    Flyer artwork of two abstract faces from ACMI collateral.

    We talk to six of our graduating filmmakers ahead of the 2015 screenings and awards at ACMI.

    precinct.finearts-music.unimelb.edu.au/2015/11/30/sneak-preview-the-47th-annual-graduate-film-screenings

  5. Video: New and old music collide in Shock of the Old

    Head of Percussion Peter Neville conducts students playing new and old instruments in Shock of the Old.

    Old instruments played new pieces and vice versa in a collaboration between the Early and New Music Studios.

    precinct.finearts-music.unimelb.edu.au/2015/11/20/video-new-and-old-music-collide-in-shock-of-the-old

  6. Amazing Grace: How sweet the sound

    Dr Grace Thompson playing a guitar.

    Music therapist Dr Grace Thompson’s work is proving that music is a powerful treatment tool for children diagnosed with autism.

    precinct.finearts-music.unimelb.edu.au/2015/11/20/amazing-grace-how-sweet-the-sound-2

  7. Generators video: A graphic way to tell the story of tsunami

    In The Wake of the Wave screenshot

    Film director Irene Metter tells the story of creating a graphic novel based on the people affected by the 2011 Japan tsunami.

    precinct.finearts-music.unimelb.edu.au/2015/11/18/video-a-graphic-way-to-tell-the-story-of-tsunami

  8. Naughty, bawdy, gaudy, sporty – it’s 42nd Street

    Photo gallery: Graduating music theatre and production students bring the Broadway classic to life.

    precinct.finearts-music.unimelb.edu.au/2015/11/05/naughty-bawdy-gaudy-sporty-its-42nd-street

  9. Indigenous songstress on the international stage

    Shauntai Batzke, gospel and opera singer and songwriter, is a Wiradjuri woman who grew up in Sydney. By Gabrielle Murphy

    precinct.finearts-music.unimelb.edu.au/2015/11/05/indigenous-songstress-on-the-international-stage

  10. Students rub shoulders with world-class musicians at Mimir Festival

    Stephen Rose, Frank Huang and Brant Taylor lead a masterclass with MCM students.

    Video: Mimir Festival brought together international chamber music superstars, students and audiences at Melba Hall.

    precinct.finearts-music.unimelb.edu.au/2015/10/30/students-rub-shoulders-with-world-class-musicians-at-mimir-festival

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