au/news/146) a 2010 graduate of the University of Melbourne's Victorian College of the Arts, plays Jordan Baker, a friend of Daisy's who fills Nick in on what happened to her buddy after her relationship with Gatsby ended and she married her stiff of a husband.
What does VCA stand for?
VCA stands for Victorian College of the Arts (Australia)
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Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School students added their faves (favourites): awks (awkward), ILY (I love you), dope (cool), FE (fair enough), and ridic (ridiculous).
Through her interest in the Vaganova teaching method, she has studied with Robert Ray at the Victorian College of the Arts in Australia and continues to study and work in collaboration with former ballerina and teacher Nina Osipian (a graduate of the GITIS Institute in Moscow and former student of Marina Semyonova).
At age 13, Gordon plunged feet first into professional classes at Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School of Dance in Melbourne and was immediately "thrown on pointe," she says.