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Adjunct Professor Art Phillips

Art Phillips is a two-time Emmy Award recipient as music composer for ‘Outstanding Music Composition in a Drama Series’ with over 45 years of international experience including 2000 hours of television scoring including the NBC daytime television series Santa Barbara, Australia's hit series Neighbours, Outback House, Pirate Islands: The Lost Treasure Of Fiji, Catalyst, The Secret Lives of Sleepwalkers, Made in China and Missing Persons Unit.  As guitarist, arranger, orchestrator, conductor and music producer, Art has performed live on concert tours and record albums for Barry Manilow, Minnie Riperton, Demis Roussos, John Rowles, Dory Previn, Sally Kellerman, and Ricky May - to name a few. 


His music has been used on television shows throughout the world including Celebrating the Life of Betty White: America’s Golden Girl (NBC/USA), Survivor, Hollywood Medium, 6o Minutes (USA & Australia), Twisted Sister, Dateline, Cold Case Files, The USA Today Show, The Dog Whisperer, E-True Hollywood Story, America’s Most Wanted, Current Affair (US), Celebrity Profile, NYPD Blue, Good Morning America, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Dancing With The Stars, The Ricki Lake Show, Amazing Medical Stories, Harry’s Practice, The Great Outdoors, and Extra-The Entertainment Magazine Show. 


Art is the owner, director and executive producer of 101Music Pty Ltd®, a music production library company with over 65 album releases,


Phillips was President of the Australian Guild of Screen Composers from 2001 ~ 2008, and served as Vice President from 1992 ~ 2000. He is a councillor for ‘Music Australia’, formerly known as ‘The Music Council of Australia’, representing ‘Music in Film and Television, 2005 ~ current. 


He has passed on his knowledge and expertise to countless students at Universities and Institutions across Australia and abroad, in both music and business skillsets - in particular: entrepreneurship, post graduate level. 


He is a recipient of 4 consecutive Executive Dean Awards for ‘Outstanding Teaching in the Postgraduate Program’ at the Universal Business School Sydney (UBSS).


Adjunct Professor Art Phillips is the Director, Centre for Entrepreneurship at UBSS.


He is a Fellow of the Universal Business School of Sydney (UBSS), a Fellow of The Australian Institute of Music (AIM), as well as a Fellow at The Institute of Managers & Leaders (Australia/New Zealand).


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