Tour our new campus this upcoming Open Day
Wellington St Campus | RSVP and learn more here
At our next Open Day, we will open our doors to the public for the very first time, inviting all to experience our new Collingwood campus, located at 208 Wellington St, Collingwood. A celebration of a new chapter in Collarts history, we invite you to come and experience life as a student in our new facilities. Throughout the day there will be detailed information sessions on each of our courses, where you will have plenty of time to ask questions and chat with teachers, graduates and student advisors. With food and refreshments provided, it’s a perfect opportunity to check out the campus facilities and our innovative and dynamic music, audio and learning spaces. Register you attendance here and we’ll send you event reminders leading up to Open Day, including timetables and other useful tips.
Learn more about Collarts Life at our August Information Evenings
Multiple locations | RSVP and learn more here
Are you curious about Collarts Life and have a few questions up your sleeve? This August, we invite people of all walks of life to come to our campuses and learn more about what we offer. Happening on the 7th and 9th of August, our Information Evenings will see our Future Student Team giving detailed tours, along with our industry leaders and teachers giving insightful overviews of our courses, its expectations and its structure. With ample opportunity to ask questions and chat, this is a fantastic opportunity to see what is available to you as a future Collarts student, bundled up in a convenient evening session. Register your place now and read the schedule here.
Take your drumming and recording to the next level in our latest Drumming Workshop
Brunswick St Campus | RSVP and find out more here
Ever wondered how Audio Engineering or Music Performance works in a live recording session? For our upcoming free Drumming Workshop on Tuesday 10th of July, you will have the opportunity to record your drumming or others in a professional studio at Collarts. Under the guidance of expert musicians, you will be able to work on your recording techniques, meeting with current drum teachers and experts while learning about the Collarts Drum program. Including a tour of our Fitzroy campus studios and the chance to speak with drum alumni, this is a great chance to build your portfolio and work in a professional set-up with engineers and musicians. We encourage those interested in Audio Engineering or Music Performance to register and come along.