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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.
SCREEN AUSTRALIA: Screen Australia teams with renowned script consultant Michael Hauge for The High Concept Movie Workshop
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DRAMATIC ART (NIDA): The National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) and Australia’s most-watched television network, the Seven Network, have announced a Principal Sponsorship agreement to cover the next five years - the first Principal Partnership in the National Institute’s history.
ARTS VICTORIA: The future of the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) looks bright with the Federal Minister for Tertiary Education, Senator Chris Evans, and the Victorian Minister for the Arts, Peter Batchelor, announcing the new VCA Foundation has been established.
BRISBANE CONTEMPORARY DANCE INITIATIVE: Brisbane’s premier contemporary dance company, Expressions Dance Company, is now accepting applications for places in their highly sought-after summer training program, the Brisbane Contemporary Dance Intensive.
THE OPERA SCHOOL MELBOURNE: Spring has sprung and The Opera School Melbourne is bringing the joyful sounds of dynamic young singers performing short operatic treats at Abbotsford Convent on the weekend of 23 – 24 October.
SCHOOL FOR SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURS: The School for Social Entrepreneurs runs learning programs in Sydney and Melbourne for entrepreneurial individuals with ideas or businesses that have a community benefit.
QUEENSLAND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: The Queensland Symphony Orchestra is exploring classical music with the state’s primary school students.
MELBOURNE WRITERS FESTIVAL: What started as raising money to send a 1000 pencils to Afghanistan along the way became a book of stories of hope and survival. There were doubts of course, why would they kids in Kabul feel sorry for kids from King Lake when they’ve been through so much?
AUSTRALIAN WRITERS' CENTRE: Don't miss the opportunity to have your play script workshopped by the world's greatest living playwright, Edward Albee.
QLD STATE GOVERNMENT: Judy Watson and Alick Tipoti named the artists whose work will adorn the first of two unique Indigenous Tilt Trains travelling from Brisbane to Cairns.
AFTRS: Run over three sessions, participants essential workshop for filmmakers, will have the opportunity to hear from an industry insider, who will both demystify and provide keen insights into cinema exhibition, the international sales world, and the Australian distribution business.
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