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FEDERAL GOVERNMENT: IN Simon Crean's speech to the 2010 NIDA Graduates on May 1, he notes that
in this group of graduates, he see 76 different stories of inspiration, and hard work.
FASHION: Graduate showcase The Innovators is a tangible glimpse into the future of Australian design.
AFTRS: Luke Doolan, one of the rising stars of the Australian film industry, has taken up the position of Head of Editing at the Australian Film Television and Radio School.
POWERHOUSE MUSEUM: The Powerhouse Museum last week announced Bernadette Murray from Sydney as the overall winner of the 2011 international Trainspotting photographic competition.
LUCY GUERIN INC.: Far more than a stage version of a ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ audition, what emerges in award-winning choreographer Lucy Guerin’s 'Untrained' is a highly entertaining collaborative work that reveals something of the nature of artistic movement and how we express and expose ourselves through our bodies.
The Australian Film Television and Radio School has announced that Neil Peplow will be the new Director of Screen Content.
A limited number of places in Tim Ferguson’s ‘Narrative Comedy Masterclass’ and Molly Reynolds’ ‘Storytelling In The Digital Age’ Australian Film Television and Radio School short courses running in April in Hobart will receive a fifty percent subsidy.
The world-renowned New York Film Academy is opening a new campus at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in June.
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).
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.
NATIONAL PRESS CLUB: Elizabeth Finkel of Cosmos Magazine has won the Universities Australia Higher Education Journalist of the Year Award for 2011.
CULTURAL INFUSION: Opportunity for aspiring Indigenous musicians to take part in a series of workshops with acclaimed Australian musician Joe Geia
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.
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.
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.
JUMP: Forty-nine young artists from around Australia were announced as participants in the 2011 JUMP national mentoring program for young and emerging artists.
AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY OF AUTHORS: The ASA has announced the 15 successful applicants for its mentorship program in 2010-11.
BOOK REVIEW: what better way to learn the ins-and-outs of the movie making process than from the comfort of your own couch? With Richard Pepperman’s 'Film School – How to Watch DVDs and Learn Everything about Filmmaking', you can do just that and it’s a hell of a lot cheaper than a filmmaking course.
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