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ANYONE can draw and be creative.
A WANGARATTA local is off to university but she didn’t follow the common path to get there.
A $12.5 million funding boost will ensure GOTAFE’s Wangaratta campus offers local training at the “cutting edge”.
THE creativity and individuality of emerging designers and artists from across the region will be on display when Exit 16 opens at Gallery 2 tomorrow.
EQUINE students would be able to live on-site at Wangaratta Racetrack while gaining qualifications under a new multi-million dollar venture.
AMBITIOUS apprentice mechanics studying at Wangaratta GOTAFE will further be able to develop their skills.
AN almost $11 million operational deficit in 2014 is no reason to panic.
MANY late night study sessions have paid dividends for GOTAFE Apprentice of the Year, Hayden Rowell.
A MOTHER of two who worked four jobs while studying has been named the most outstanding student from GOTAFE’s crop of 2013 graduates.
A $7 MILLION building project tipped to expand the region’s tertiary education offering is due for completion mid-year.
FORMER GOTAFE students fear the number of local artists will diminish if courses stop.
ALL arts courses through Wangaratta GOTAFE could cease this year if student enrolment numbers fail to increase.