The National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) is Australia’s national dramatic arts educator for careers in stage, screen, events and interactive entertainment. NIDA has produced some of the world’s most influential and in-demand storytellers.
The National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) is an Australian educational institution for the performing arts based in Sydney, New South Wales. Founded in 1958, many of Australia's leading actors and directors trained at NIDA, including Cate Blanchett , Sarah Snook , Mel Gibson , Judy Davis and Baz Luhrmann .
The National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) is Australia’s leading centre for education and training in the performing arts. NIDA Open gives people of all ages and experience the chance to benefit from NIDA’s world-renowned training methods and to explore their own creativity.
Founded in 1958 as Australia’s National Institute of Dramatic Art, NIDA is Australia’s preeminent performing arts education. Our innovative practice-based learning programs have produced household names across stage, screen and beyond. NIDA’s goal is to empower storytellers of all ages and backgrounds.
NIDA's higher education campus is located at 215 Anzac Parade Kensington NSW 2033 Open Days: NIDA holds Open Days once every year, the next Open Day is on June 18 2022 Important dates: Applications for 2023 open from Wednesday 1 July 2022 - Friday 30 September 2022 Enrolments for 2022 open from Thursday 1 December 2022 - Friday 13 January
Apply now to study at NIDA in 2024. View our courses. NIDA’s postgraduate courses prepare students to become exceptional artists and creative leaders in Australia and globally.
NEW SCHOLARSHIP : The National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) and Prime Video have an exciting new partnership aimed at discovering and developing new Australian writers and directors. The 2024 NIDA Prime Video partnership will fund two scholarships for women and nonbinary students with intersectional backgrounds to enable them to pursue a ...