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Eight talented RMIT University students have received $32,000 in scholarships to further their careers in the arts, thanks to the ninth annual Siemens-RMIT Fine Art Awards.
Carclew Youth Arts is helping young artists to jump start their careers with South Australia's Jump announced as the state delivery partner for a new youth mentoring program.
The editor of WQ, Queensland Writers Centre magazine, talks about her career and how selling advertising is the biggest challenge for the magazine.
MajKidz 2010 is currently taking registrations for its 2010 program presented by His Majesty’s Theatre in association with Barking Gecko Theatre Company.
Changes to the Victorian training system are making it easier for not-for-profit organisations to provide their staff with subsidised training and higher qualifications.
The Australia Council for the Arts announces 53 grants to kick start the careers of
budding artists under the new ArtStart grant initiative.
EXPOSURE: A JOURNEY: At the age of 25 Joel Magarey abandoned everything, from a budding career in journalism, his devoted partner Penny and the recent diagnosis of obsessive compulsive disorder, to embark on a global adventure.
Debates continue and concerns rise as whispers about the fate of VCA’s specialist artistic training philosophy looks set for dissolution in the face of new criteria for academic rigour as a part of Melbourne University.
HERALD SCOTLAND: Scottish Labour leader Iain Gray’s reference to Fiona Hyslop’s new post as Culture Minister as a ‘non-job’ has provoked anger among Scotland’s artistic community
The Performing Arts Department at TafeSA’s Adelaide College of the Arts (AC Arts) is looking to nationalise its intake of students.
JAPANESE FILM FESTIVAL: After rookie teacher Mr. Hoshi decides his class’s project this year will be to raise, and then subsequently eat a piglet they all name P-Chan, the principle reluctantly agrees. And so begins this charming little tale of morals.
As part of my new role as a venue manager I have joined a new community of practice. For the first time in my career, it is one with a formal Association.
THE ACTORS CENTRE: Adrian Barnes has been a professional actor since back in 1966 when he was still a student at The Bristol Old Vic Theatre school back in blighty. He has been teaching acting in Australia since 1991 and took the time out from his busy schedule to answer our ArtsHub Career Profile questions.
Daniel Russo remembers getting the biggest rush when he received his first applause and has been addicted ever since. As a result he trained with the Victorian Youth Theatre also known as The Children’s Performing Company of Australia for 10 years.
TORONTOIST: Earlier this week the Toronto Star announced, among other changes, that it was planning to outsource some one hundred in-house, union editing jobs.
BIG WEST FESTIVAL: The vending machine. The lone, graffiti covered companion of the late night train station.
Mary Finsterer is a composer and Paul Lowen finalist. She received the Australia Council Composer Fellowship in 1998 as well as numerous other awards. She is currently composing an opera for The Song Company and is also heavily involved in the film industry. She took the time to answer our ArtsHub Career Profile.
Julian Yu is a represented artist with the Australian Music Centre. Yu studied composition at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing and has won numerous awards for his works. He took the time to answer our ArtsHub Career Profile. Check out his answers below.
The Australian Society of Authors heartily congratulates ASA mentorship winners Lisa Lang and Kristel Thornell who have shared this year's Australian/Vogel Award, and Courtney Collins who was shortlisted.
Sculptor Amanda Shelsher first got her hands dirty with clay alongside her ceramics teacher mother. She has since grown up to be a full-time sculptor. Below she tells ArtsHub about the toughest parts of her job and what inspires her most.
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