Creating: The Victorian College of the Arts
Macmillan Education AU, 2000 - Arts - 176 pages
Pictorial history celebrating 25 years of The Victorian College of the Arts. Founded in 1972 the school draws upon its distinguished antecedent institutions such as the National Gallery of Victoria Art School, Ballet Victoria School and Melbourne Teachers College. Highlights the aims of the College, such as nourishing artistic talent and passing it on to the next generation by teaching and mentoring. Illustrated throughout with photos and includes chapters on each school, interviews and references. Foreword by Governor of Victoria Sir James Gobbo. Simultaneously published in hardcover and paperback.
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25th Anniversary academic actors animateuring appointed art forms artists Australian Ballet Australian Ballet School Brian Robinson building campus choreographers College's contemporary Council course Creative Arts cultural curriculum Dame Elisabeth Murdoch dancers David Latham Director Dodds Street Encouragement Award established Eugen von Guerard Film and Television Founding Dean Frederick McCubbin Gallery Art School Gallery of Victoria Graduate Diploma Head Henry von Bibra improvisation institution jazz John Kilda Road lecturers Lenton Parr Lindy Davies Melbourne's musicians National Gallery Art orchestra organisation painting Parr's performance philosophy Photograph Police postgraduate Prahran Premier Premier of Victoria printmaking production Roy Grounds Scholarship School of Art School of Dance School of Drama School of Film School of Music sculpture Sir Rupert Hamer skills specialist staff Swinburne talent teachers teaching Television School tertiary education Theatre Company theVCA undergraduate University of Melbourne VCA School VCASS Victorian College voice