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NIDA welcomes all to Open Day


NIDA WELCOMES ALL TO OPEN DAY – SATURDAY 18 JUNE 2022

This weekend NIDA Open Day will welcome visitors who are curious or passionate about the arts and entertainment industries to explore NIDA’s many world-renown educational offerings.

From design, costume making, singing, set building, lighting, make-up, sound and stage management to acting, writing, directing and musical theatre at NIDA Open Day this Saturday 18 June, guests can go behind the scenes of Australia’s leading performing arts education centre.

NIDA offers hands-on, highly personalised training for all areas of the creative industries, no matter where interest across the performing arts lies. NIDA is where it all begins.

NIDA is the only Australian school to rank in The Hollywood Reporter’s Top 25 drama schools in the world. NIDA is known for producing some of the entertainment industry's biggest talents – including Baz Luhrmann, Cate Blanchett, Sarah Snook, Richard Roxburgh, Essie Davis, Rob Collins, Miranda Tapsell, Uli Latukefu, Susie Porter, Hugh Sheridan, Deborah Riley, Justin Kurzel, Shannon Murphy and Catherine Martin.

Visitors to NIDA Open Day can attend talks by all Head of Course leaders, industry specialists and NIDA alumni to discover what studying at NIDA is all about. There are interactive sessions, guided tours of the campus, demonstrations, free workshops and a foyer full of expert staff sharing their knowledge and passion.

The event focusses on an inclusive environment and the diversity of NIDA’s student cohort and staffing, with information available on support for First Nations and under-represented artists through scholarships, plus financial and cultural assistance.

NIDA alumni will speak to inspire the next generation of students with their stories of experience, hard work and creativity.

NIDA Open Day also provides a unique insight into NIDA’s one-year, intensive Diploma level courses – including Diploma of Musical Theatre, Diploma of Stage and Screen, Diploma of Screen and Media and Diploma of Live Production and Technical Services, with speakers addressing the career opportunities available across the fashion, film, television industry and beyond.

Everyone is welcome at NIDA Open Day 2022.

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