The Australian Performing Arts Conservatory (APAC) is an accomplished performing arts educator. Founded in 1993 by Marcus Hogan on his return from America with a plan to fill a gap in Australian actor training, "the dream was to build an institution that would eventually offer a fusion of performing arts pathways". With a solid history teaching an American based acting model, in our Advanced Diploma of Screen and Stage Acting, the Conservatory has carved out an enduring reputation. Due to course growth and expansion, we rebranded to become 'The Performing Arts Conservatory', in an effort to embrace a wider range of performing arts content. Now at the end of 2018 marking the close of its 25-year anniversary, the expansion continues under the new name APAC as we usher in the new degree program (Bachelor of Screen and Stage) that embraces every stream. The new look APAC retains the original legacy of teaching students in a supportive environment, guiding them with career planning and industry advice long after graduation. The Conservatory prides itself on the many graduates who have gone on to successfully work in film, television, theatre, music theatre and dance performance throughout Australia and the world.