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We understand that parents want the best for their children: you want to know as much as possible about the environment in which your children's education will be thriving. h

As parents or family of students, learn more about Collarts as an education provider and the potential futures available at your children’s fingertips.

Join us as we navigate the current climate of the arts industry, the creative jobs that are in high demand, how we provide students with the most practical, hands-on education to get them career-ready, and the incredible campus culture we have at Collarts that acts as the perfect environment for the creatively-minded individual to thrive in their studies and practice.

h Dr. Paul Doornbusch
Dr Paul Doornbusch is the Associate Dean. As well as teaching on the Audio Engineering program and with more than ten years of international practice and teaching experience, Paul is regarded as one of Australia’s major players in the electronic and computer music scene. He is a composer, sonologist, researcher and occasional performer who works largely with algorithmic composition systems for traditional instruments and electronics. Paul’s work has been presented internationally in concerts throughout Europe, the US, Canada, and Australasia, and ranges from compositions involving instruments and electronics to media works. Paul successfully completed a major research project – to reconstruct and document the music played by Australia’s first computer (CSIRAC) – while he was a composer-in-residence at the Computer Science department of the University of Melbourne.
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h Dr. Paul Doornbusch
Dr Paul Doornbusch is the Associate Dean. As well as teaching on the Audio Engineering program and with more than ten years of international practice and teaching experience, Paul is regarded as one of Australia’s major players in the electronic and computer music scene. He is a composer, sonologist, researcher and occasional performer who works largely with algorithmic composition systems for traditional instruments and electronics. Paul’s work has been presented internationally in concerts throughout Europe, the US, Canada, and Australasia, and ranges from compositions involving instruments and electronics to media works. Paul successfully completed a major research project – to reconstruct and document the music played by Australia’s first computer (CSIRAC) – while he was a composer-in-residence at the Computer Science department of the University of Melbourne.
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