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The end of the year can bring mixed feelings for many people working across the arts. Madeleine Dore delves into why, and asks creatives about their own experiences and how they deal with end of year blues, overwhelm and fatigue.
ArtsHub takes a look back at the most popular reads for people who are taking the first steps in their art careers, including those currently studying or about to embark on tertiary education.
From surviving & thriving as an introvert in the arts, to tips on beating perfectionism and building a strong social media presence, here are ArtsHub's most popular career articles of 2018.
Some children see the summer break from school as an opportunity to learn in an area they are passionate about. Ava and Stormie have been attending summer creative performance programs for years. Play-based learning and the dedicated tutors are among the reasons they keep returning.
Changes at the helm for West Space, Sydney Film School, Bendigo Art Gallery, Royal Academy of Dance, National Museum, and more.
Once considered to be of low value, a Bachelor of Arts is now increasingly important to employers due to the complex analysis skills, understanding of emotional empathy and leadership traits that these degrees cultivate among students.
The venerable drama course at Flinders University is being restructured to remove its research side to practical courses. Educators are not amused.
Researcher Rocky Scopelliti has collected insights from 30,000 millennials world-wide. He takes a close look at this generation’s influence in the modern workplace.
Three visual arts teachers, each with very different career paths, and very different teaching scenarios, take the pulse on art education in our schools today.
New appointments for National Art School, WASO, WAAPA, Musica Viva, Sydney Theatre Company, Expressions Dance Company, and more.
Indigenous artists want to be included in conversations, conferences and policy-making decisions involving their work and culture. Here’s how we can make that happen.
New appointments for Monash Centre for Theatre, Queensland Music Festival, Symphony Services Australia, Regional Arts Australia, Monkey Baa Theatre Company, and more
If you don’t have the skills required to land the job you want, learn them yourself by starting up a passion project and training up, suggests Will Vaughan.
Jake Brown is chasing his dreams. NIDA has several opportunities for creatives of any age to explore their potential, including NIDA Open Studios. Applications to audition for these intensive part-time courses is now open.
Bridget Ikin is a remarkable producer and we hope she inspires younger people in an industry caught between art and money.
Intellectual property is a hotly debated topic among artists and creatives. Artist Melissa Laing shares her opinion here with a passionate polemic for generosity.
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The Australian Film Television and Radio School’s range of Summer Intensive and Industry Certificate courses will help you develop relevant and practical skills to progress your career in Australia’s expanding media industry.
Inspired by successful Masters courses across Europe and the USA, the Master of Arts Photography program at Photography Studies College offers students the chance to learn from some of the best in the world.
The Australian National Academy of Music’s 12-month Professional Performance Program is so hands-on, students will barely put their instruments down all year.
Studying theatre in London at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama is an immersive overseas experience, but it can also be the first step to effecting meaningful social change through performance.
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