Music, Arts & Screen
Creative world commentary from the Victorian College of the Arts and Melbourne Conservatorium of Music.
The rebirth of ‘The Doll’ at its theatre of origin
History and future come together with a new staging of the iconic play Summer of the Seventeenth Doll at the new Union Theatre at the University of Melbourne
Sharing the universal language of music
University of Melbourne composer Melody Eötvös wrote her first composition at age eight. Now, her latest piece ‘Hun Tur’ is set to captivate audiences in Asia.
Art can be anywhere
A ten-year-long global exhibition program explores the where and when of art outside the traditional exhibition circuits, says a University of Melbourne expert
These five films are a ‘must see’ at MIFF 2023
You don't need to be overwhelmed by the schedule at the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) with these hot tips from a University of Melbourne expert.
Succession: Ten reasons why you’ll (re)watch this modern TV masterpiece
Now that the series is complete, a University of Melbourne expert discusses why it's so good.
The modern women of Australian ballet
This International Women’s Day, a University of Melbourne expert shares the inspirational ballets and lives of pioneering Australian women choreographers
Building intercultural engagement through music
A new University of Melbourne framework aims to generate opportunities for cultural exchange and the expression of new cultural identities through shared music.
5 ways singing helps humanity
University of Melbourne researchers have found singing is a powerful way to achieve deep personal and social meaning, and support mental and physical wellbeing
The music app supporting dementia care at home
A new app aims to train family carers of people with dementia to use music to support care and manage symptoms at home, says University of Melbourne expert.