With South Australia’s construction industry booming and hungry for additional apprentices, an all-female 'Try A Trade' program is being held at TAFE SA’s Tonsley Campus to give students the chance to explore trades traditionally dominated by males.
TAFE SA’s free conference, called “Women ROCK-IT,” will prepare women to forge careers in information technology, a male-dominated industry.
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The Tafe SA graduates will take guests on a trip around the globe when they present their beautiful designs in the highly anticipated parade at the Freemasons Hall...
Hotel Richmond’s monthly fashion event that showcases the work of emerging local designers will happen on July 10th, with parades coming from a collaboration of efforts from TAFESA’s Fashion design courses and Closet Mod.
Adelaide College of the Arts acting graduate Jane Mahady has worked for two years with national theatre company Bell Shakespeare and is coming home to direct her first play.
Tafe SA's fashion graduates put on a show this weekend in a parade titled 'Meraki'. Outcome? There are some very promising designers in this little city of ours
Rundle Place is launching its ‘Fashion’s Back’ Spring Summer campaign by bringing fashion to its own location at 77 Rundle Mall as well as to the streets of Adelaide.
Get ready fashionistas! This Saturday one of Adelaide's biggest fashion events glams up the city to the max.
TAFE SA is launching a new hair and beauty industry reference group called HIRA BIRA.
South Australians will have the chance to go behind the scenes at the new $120 million Tonsley TAFE SA on Sunday (February 23) to learn more about the campus’s state of the art facilities and learning technologies.
The Obsessive Creative Disorder (OCD) exhibition featured 24 students who've made it through 3 years of hard work at TafeSA Tea Tree Gully Campus. The class of 24 from the Advanced Diploma of Advertising and Graphic Design showcased their creative talents to not only friends and family, but to the Adelaide advertising and graphic design industry.
The TAFE SA Fashion Graduate Parade on Thursday night showcased the work of its final year students as part of the 2012 Adelaide Fashion Festival.
TAFE SA Adelaide College of the Arts (AC Arts) Costume for Performance students will showcase their 1450-1950 art inspired period costumes in Adelaide Arcade as part of the 2012 SALA Festival from 3 to 26 August.
TAFE SA Adelaide College of the Arts (AC Arts) visual arts graduate Jesse Price is one of 36 emerging artists chosen for the prestigious, nation‐wide exhibition Hatched at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts from 21 April to 10 June.
TAFE SA Adelaide College of the Arts visual arts students have found inspiration from the inhabitants of the Adelaide and Monarto Zoos in their exhibition Zoomorphic, which opens Thursday 22 March at the Santos Convention Centre.
TAFE SA Adelaide College of the Arts (AC Arts) final year dance students present a collection of nine eclectic dance pieces for the first time during the Adelaide Fringe from 2 to 5 March.
Adelaide fashion designer and 2011 TAFE SA graduate Kate Aikins is the only SA finalist in the Spirit of the Black Dress competition, which will see her dress paraded at the 2012 L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival.
TAFE SA Adelaide College of the Arts (AC Arts) acting graduate Charles Sanders has been nominated for the 2011 Adelaide Critics Circle Awards to be held on 5 December at The Arts Theatre.