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OPINION: On Wednesday night as part of the Emerging Writers Festival Catherine Deveny, former Age columnist was a special extra ‘key note’ speaker at ‘In the Pub, I Write What I Want, When I Want’ a forum to talk about freelance writing. She’s a hell of a person to take career advice from.
AFTRS: Tait Brady, has joined forces with AFTRS to develop and deliver detailed workshops for filmmakers in Melbourne and Sydney.
The University of Melbourne has received the final report of the intensive five-month stakeholder consultation on the future of its Faculty of the VCA and Music.
NEXT WAVE FESTIVAL 2010: Rich Higgins had a successful one man show in the 08 Comedy Festival ‘Richard Richards: Expert Tour-guide in Training’ and is the host of the monthly performance night ‘Last Tuesday Society’. He is also a Clown Doctor.
NEXT WAVE FESTIVAL 2010: Siying Zhou (Ms) is currently living and working in Darwin, Australia. Born in 1980 in China, Siying received academic training in drawing, sketching and oil painting skills during her high school years.
ΠO has been writing poetry from over 38 years. His latest book is Big Numbers and he is the editor of poetry magazine Unusual Work. His visual poems, Bliss and Nagasaki, featured in the first issue of INSCRIBE. Check out his answers to our ArtsHub Career Profile below.
Following a collaboration between dosh and Semi-Permanent, Sydney student, Stephanie Foti's work has been selected to be part of the new range of dosh wallets.
The Lester Bostock Indigenous Mentorhsip films will screen at a special cast, crew and friends screening, Apr 20 at the Chauvel Cinema 5.30pm - 6.30pm at no charge.
A clumsy teenage Viking whose only wish is to grow into a big and tough dragon slayer, befriends a young dragon and learns that there might be more to this creature, than what he had been lead to believe.
China, God and ancient Iran: Sydney Ideas Open talks.
Independent Makers and Presenters Program (IMPP) have announced the following up-and-coming funding opportunities.
SYDNEY YOUTH ORCHESTRA: The new CEO of the Sydney Youth Orchestra, Antony Ernst talks us through what it’s like working with such hard working young kids and an average working day for him in our ArtsHub Career Profile.
What Australia has become in the past 200 years has been starkly portrayed in a new poem by a group of Sydney high school students.
The National Wool Museum and Craft Victoria are looking to hear from anybody interested in hosting a craft workshop during the Reflections Scarf Festival 2010.
NATIONAL FOLK FESTIVAL: “Thousands of nights in thousands of bars” is what prepares you for a career in music, according to pianist Bob Malone.
NATIONAL FOLK FESTIVAL: Self-proclaimed “sideshow freak” Dangerboy attempts to juxtapose the grotesque with the beautiful through gasp-inducing stunts. Check out his answers to our ArtsHub Career Profile.
The Fellowship of Australian Writers is launching a new series of weekend workshops for writers who are unpublished and want to be involved in a continuing monthly writers group when workshops finish.
Multi-award winning performer Darren Coggan will be answering the question “whatever happened to Cat Stevens?” in Peace Train: The Cat Stevens Story.
Contemporary reflections on the art of mirrors are in exhibition at the University of Sydney galleries.
The Promises are a Melbourne-based group. One half of the band, Toby Robinson, took the time to answer our ArtsHub Career Profile. Check out his answers below.
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