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ASTA Professionals Timetable 2017

SCHOOL OF FILM AND TELEVISION (FTV) - YEAR 11 and 12

Wednesdays - 1:10pm to 3:30pm
Fridays - 2:20pm to 3:30pm
ASTA FTV Students will also be involved in a rotation assembly schedule from 7:30am each Friday.  Selected students will also be requested at various events throughout the year.  Parents and students will be advised in advance of when they will be required.

SCHOOL OF COMBINED PERFORMING ARTS (CPA) - YEAR 9 and 10


Term 1 and 2

Wednesdays - 3.45pm to 6.00pm (Voice, Dance and Acting)

Term 3 and 4

Wednesdays - 3.45pm to 4.45pm (Elective A - Voice, Acting or Dance)
Wednesdays - 4.50pm to 5.50pm (Elective B - Voice, Acting or Dance)

SCHOOL OF COMBINED PERFORMING ARTS (CPA) - YEAR 11 and 12

Wednesdays - 1.10pm to 2.30pm (Elective A - Voice, Acting or Dance)
Wednesdays - 2.35pm to 3.55pm (Elective B - Voice, Acting or Dance)
Wednesdays - 4.00pm to 5.30pm ('Futures' Elective C)

SCHOOL OF VISUAL ART - YEAR 9 and 10

Wednesdays - 3.45pm to 5.30pm
Fridays - 2.20pm to 4.00pm
All Visual Art students are welcome to studio time to complete any unfinished work from either their curriculum or ASTA Professionals class on a Wednesday afternoon from 3:30pm.

SCHOOL OF VISUAL ART - YEAR 11 and 12

Wednesdays - 2.20pm to 5.30pm
Fridays - 2.20pm to 4.00pm
All Visual Art students are welcome to studio time to complete any unfinished work from either their curriculum or ASTA Professionals class on a Wednesday afternoon from 3:30pm.

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ASTA Professionals 2018 Auditions

Applications for entry in 2018 are now open.

Every applicant wishing to gain entry into the Professionals Program will be required to participate in an audition/interview or portfolio presentation to demonstrate their talent and potential to benefit from the course. ASTA courses look for students who show potential and talent but need to acquire technical skills. At ASTA, auditioning and interviewing are an important part of each course.

“Auditions and interviews can be nerve-wracking. It is important to understand that professionals are required to audition or interview throughout their career.”Mr Darren Harvey, Director of ASTA

All students are taught how the industries work and how to find employment. Talent is not enough. It must be supported by skill, technique and knowledge. These things can be learned whilst students are a part of ASTA.

Audition Dates for ASTA Professionals 2018

School of Combined Performing Arts (CPA)
Wednesday 1 November 2017 (lunchtime) – Acting
Thursday 2 November 2017 (lunchtime) – Dance
Friday 3 November (lunchtime) – Vocals
Note: Students must attend all three audition workshops
Location: LINQ Theatre

School of Visual Art
Wednesday 15 November 2017 – 3.45pm to 5.00pm
Location: MD4

School of Film and Television (FTV)
Friday 3 November 2017 - 3.45pm to 5.00pm
Location: LINQ Precinct

School of Costume and Fashion Design
Wednesday 1 November 2017 – 3.45pm to 5.00pm
Location: TBC

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Visual Art

Mr Graham Nash retired from teaching at the end of 2010 after seventeen years as Head of Faculty, Visual and Performing Arts at the Anglican Church Grammar School (Churchie) in Brisbane. This followed eight years as Head of Faculty; Visual Arts at Wesley College in Melbourne. Graham also had fifteen years with Education Queensland. This year he has taught three classes at Griffith University, Mt Gravatt in pre service and post graduate Visual Art Education programs. After initial training in architecture for four years, Graham studied under William Robinson and Betty Churcher and as a result is passionate about painting and art history. He is currently the Treasurer of the Qld Art Teachers Association; Vice President of Art Education Australia; Secretary to the World Council of the International Society for Education through Art; Life Member and a former President of Flying Art Inc.

Graham Nash
Visual Art Teacher
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ASTA School of Visual Art

The ASTA Professionals School of Visual Art offers students in Year 9 to 12 comprehensive training in a wide range of art styles. It is specifically aimed at talented students with a passion for Visual Art and a vision for a career in a number of facets of the Visual Art industry.

The course is unique in that it offers creative classroom training to provide solid foundations in the discipline of Visual Art. This is complemented through participation in regular master classes and workshops directed by industry trained specialists at the cutting edge of their field. Further visual art exposure will be gained through weekly workshops, providing regular skill building and visual art practice.

The ASTA Visual Art course looks for students who show the potential to pursue a career in the Visual Art industry in the future. It is ideal for students who display natural talent, enhancing this ability by providing a strong foundation in fundamental training and industry specific knowledge.

SCHOOL OF VISUAL ART - YEAR 9 and 10

Wednesdays - 3:45pm to 5:30pm
Fridays - 2:20pm to 4:00pm
All Visual Art students are welcome to studio time to complete any unfinished work from either their curriculum or ASTA Professionals class on a Wednesday afternoon from 3:30pm.

SCHOOL OF VISUAL ART - YEAR 11 and 12

Wednesdays - 2:20pm to 5:30pm
Fridays - 2:20pm to 4:00pm
All Visual Art students are welcome to studio time to complete any unfinished work from either their curriculum or ASTA Professionals class on a Wednesday afternoon from 3:30pm.

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