AFTRS Masters National Taster Sessions July – August
AFTRS, the national film, television and radio school, was established in 1973 to empower Australian creativity and storytelling. The School is committed to ensuring it reflects Australian society and the stories that need to be told, so it’s taking its Masters program on the road.
Throughout July and August, AFTRS is holding a series of ‘taster’ sessions in capital cities so that prospective students can experience the School’s forward-looking approach to industry-facing, practice-based learning.
Prospective students will discover how AFTRS Masters programs are a fast-track to leading positions in the screen industry, and they will have the opportunity to see examples of student work and put their questions to AFTRS tutors.
“Australian creativity and storytelling is at the fore front of everything we do at AFTRS and we want our postgraduate programs to draw from the most talented storytellers and emerging practitioners across Australia.
“For our Masters programs we are looking for students with an appetite to learn and to be tested; a desire to excel and a passion for engaging with and contributing to Australian screen and broadcast culture,” said Nell Greenwood, Head of Programs, AFTRS.
AFTRS offers two main Masters programs: the Master of Arts Screen: Business and Leadership and the Master of Arts Screen offered in 10 disciplines: Animation, Cinematography, Directing, Documentary, Editing, Music, Producing, Production Design, Screenwriting and Sound.
AFTRS Masters Tasters will be held in five cities: Melbourne (14 July), Brisbane (23 July), Adelaide (27-28 July), Perth (24 August) and Sydney (Liverpool 16 August, AFTRS 29 August).
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