7 March 2014In 2013, the Faculty of VCA & MCM at the University of Melbourne was delighted to offer two ‘Melbourne Conservatorium of Music Acclaim Italian Opera Fellowships’ made possible by the … Read more
6 March 2014
Director of the VCA, Professor Su Baker writes on the new Melbourne Arts Precinct Blueprint and it's impact on the Southbank campus.Read more
5 March 2014
Eric Demetriou (MFA, 2013) wins for his work Knuckle Song (feed a piano through a wood chipper)Read more
24 February 2014
A project worth more than $40 million will redevelop the Dodds Street stables into a visual arts wing at the VCA, creating a new entry point to the University and opening the campus to students, local business and residents.Read more
21 February 2014
Melbourne-based curator, writer and former inaugural Director of Utopia@Asialink joins the VCA in 2014Read more
20 February 2014
Cellist Alvin Wong joins the MCM teaching staffRead more
17 February 2014
Eight emerging opera virtuosos have won places in the unique Master of Music (Opera Performance) course, which is jointly delivered by Victorian Opera and the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music at the University of Melbourne.Read more
14 February 2014
MCM's Music Mind and Wellbeing Research Initative considers the results of the music education partnership between the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Meadows Primary School, Broadmeadows.Read more
12 February 2014
An exciting new plan for Melbourne's Southbank Arts Precinct has been released by the Victorian Government.Read more
5 February 2014
The Art Gallery of Ballarat has announced Gina Kalabishis (Bachelor of Fine Art, 1993) as the winner of the $12,000 2014 Rick Amor Drawing Prize.
Kalabishis’s winning entry, Untitled, pastel on velour paper, will be purchased by the Art Gallery of Ballarat and takes pride of place in a free exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ballarat together with all 77 shortlisted works. The exhibition opened on Saturday 1 February and will run until Sunday 23 March.
4 February 2014
Congratulations to actress Elizabeth Debicki (Bachelor of Dramatic Art 2010) for her Best Supporting Actress award at the annual AACTA Awards in Sydney. Elizabeth won the award for her performance as Jordan Baker in Baz Luhrmann's film The Great Gatsby.
More information about this year's AACTA Awards' nominees and winners here
29 January 2014
In 2013, Dr Don Greene was invited by the University of Melbourne as part of the VCA & MCM Master Teacher Program, to take up a residency. During this time he taught music, performing arts students and teachers ways to address performance anxiety and promote peak performance. Listen to his podcast with ABC Classic FM online here.