If we do not invest in our writers, only those with the time, resources, and security to invest in themselves will be able to write.
The photographs that captured the University.
Ostensibly an administrative slip-up, the cancellations follow a long line of attacks on arts education by University management and the federal government.
The Save USyd Arts campaign has shown that if students dare to struggle, students can dare to win.
These are the moments, the places in which we not only exist, but truly live — in experience, art, poetry, community, connection, culture.
Jagose began her response by remarking that “I seem to have lost sight of my own self.”
Equal opportunities can save the next generation of storytellers.
At this time, the Seymour Centre does not have plans to include student productions as part of the grant.
Students and staff united against the potential dissolution of SLAM and closure of departments.
Seeking comfort in STEAM