05 Aug TPAC’s Revamped Website at Centre Stage!
After months of planning and hard work, we are excited to announce the launch of our new website.
It has been a while coming, but The Performing Arts Conservatory (TPAC) are very excited to announce the launch of our new website. The re-design of our site has been in the works for a number of months, as we felt the old site was not as cutting edge as we liked. We also wanted to create something very different and we wanted to make it as easy as possible to gain insight into who we are as an institution. Aside from being more pleasing to look at, our new website is more interactive and easier to navigate, enabling current and potential students to find what they need quickly and easily. The new design is specifically intended to reflect our forward thinking and modern approach.
The new website is launching at an exciting time—for two great reasons:
- TPAC is currently in the middle of phenomenal growth
- The Queensland film and TV industry is booming right now
With films like Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok and TV shows like Channel 7’s Wanted shooting in Queensland, the opportunities are really opening up for students studying acting and film in Brisbane. In fact, TPAC’s own acting graduate, Mirko Grillini, is one of the stars of Wanted. Mirko is not the only graduate who has gone on to work in the Australian film and TV scene though. Graduate Luke McKenzie can be seen in Foxtel’s Wentworth, while graduate Julia Baker has made a name for herself as the Snake Boss on the Discovery Channel. Check out the graduates page of our website, to see the successes of other TPAC graduates.
Along with our graduates you will also find information on our instructors and courses, as well as important news about TPAC and how we can help you to achieve your dreams and career goals. In addition to checking back on our website from time to time, we invite you to connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. We are working hard to bring a completely interactive experience for you, to help you stay up to date with our news, photos, and videos. This experience is a reflection of our programs and campus, where you will discover a synergistic energy of collaborative people—just like you.
If you are familiar with our old website, we hope you like the fresh look of the new one and the improved navigation. In particular, we hope you love the feel of the design as much as we do. If you are new to the Conservatory—welcome and please make yourself at home. Take the time to explore the new site and discover the many facets of TPAC and the people who work hard to bring an exciting and fulfilling program to students.
The new web site is comprehensive and informative, but if you have any questions, comments, or suggestions please let us know.