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THE PUSH: An impressive line up of FReeZACentral mentors for 2011 have been announced including Angie Hart returning for the third year and first-timer Quan Yeomans (Regurgitator).
Born and raised in Switzerland, Shannon trained and toured with the Schauspiel Schule Zurich before moving overseas. She recently appeared in Time for the Sydney Fringe and will be making her TV debut on Packed to the Rafters this year. Catch Shannon in the current production of The Mousetrap.
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL COMEDY FESTIVAL: Moshe Kasher is an internationally touring stand up comic who began his career in San Francisco in 2001. One of the standouts from the SF comedy stars of the early two thousands.
AUSTRALIAN FILM TELEVISION AND RADIO SCHOOL: Alex Daw is leaving AFTRS after working with the school for seventeen years and making a significant contribution to both AFTRS and the industry.
BRUNSWICK MUSIC FESTIVAL: Kavisha Mazzella is one of our most loved singers and artists in Australian folk, community and world music. Her career stretches from early days with Perth acoustic folk band Rich and Famous, through to her most recent work with Italian folk band I Viaggiatori.
NATIONAL PRESS CLUB: Elizabeth Finkel of Cosmos Magazine has won the Universities Australia Higher Education Journalist of the Year Award for 2011.
SCULPTURE BY THE SEA, COTTESLOE: The NAB WA Sculptor Scholarship of $15,000, is the most generous sculptor scholarship or prize in Western Australia and is designed to provide an artist with the funds to help them transition to the next stage of their career.
CULTURAL INFUSION: Opportunity for aspiring Indigenous musicians to take part in a series of workshops with acclaimed Australian musician Joe Geia
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF CIRCUS ARTS (NICA): This year, the National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA) in Melbourne celebrates ten successful years as Australia’s premier centre of excellence in contemporary circus arts training.
The current and future television industry training needs will be revealed in a new research project announced by AFTRS (Australian Film, Television and Radio School) CEO Sandra Levy today.
DANCE: After four and a half years leading Australia’s premier centre for independent contemporary dance, Dancehouse, David Tyndall has announced that he will step down as Artistic Director/CEO in early June 2011 to pursue a new career path.
The team at ArtsHub have just been notified that we have won Best Job Board (Niche - Profession) in the Job Board Awards which recognises excellence in online recruitment run by Destination Talent.
DOING THE FRINGES: Are you trying to break into the arts? Chances are no matter what you do – you’ve got to do a fringe. They’re essential training grounds for a whole range of people involved in creative practice from lighting to marketing, performance to stage design.
FRINGE WORLD: A comedic thesis in pop dialectics covering the great pairings from Brandy and Monica to Freddie Mercury and What’s-her-face Operabitch.
DANCE: Ever thought you could dance? Ever wanted to strut your stuff on stage to a cheering audience?
BIGFOOT ARTS EDUCATION: Karl Wozny, founder of the UK’s largest educational drama provider is in Australia this February sounding out opportunities to bring his companies, Bigfoot Arts Education and Cineclub: the Young Filmmakers Network, to schools and teachers around the country.
Matthew Ryan has done an amazing job adapting two 19th century French Farces into two plays (Sacré Bleu!)which work as a double bill and are funny for a modern audience, and he's written a number of plays as an individual and as part of The Escapists which have been both commercially and critically successful.
AUDITION SERIES: Audition Disasters. Marea Jablonski Head of BGM Management in Melbourne has had many actors over the years call her after auditions saying it was a disaster and they were never going to get that job. ‘And that’s the job they get,’ she says.
TROPFEST: Tropfest’s Founder and Director John Polson says he’s really excited to see an increase in the use of visual effects by the kids entering in 2011.
AUSTRALIAN COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS: Applications for the next batch of ArtStart grants are now open for recent creative art graduates to help fund their new arts business – and launch their artistic career.
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