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DANCEHOUSE: A creative research and development residency in which artists can engage solely in practice based research. During his 8-week residency Phillip will collaborate with architect, Matthew Bird.
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.
VCAM: Last Friday, in a sudden turn of events, Melbourne University’s Faculty of VCA and Music (VCAM) was split in two and the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music was born with VCAM’s Head of Music, Professor Gary McPherson stepping up as its Director. And it would seem he couldn’t be happier.
The Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) is delighted to announce the appointment of independent curator, art critic and lecturer Dr. Maura Reilly as the MCA’s new Head of Education.
WAAPA: The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts celebrates its 30th anniversary this year.
CARCLEW YOUTH ARTS: The annual Education and Arts Ministers’ Awards recognises outstanding arts teachers and artists working in DECS schools with an award and $5,000 to be used for professional development.
VCAM: In a shock development Sharman Pretty has today resigned from her role as Dean of the VCAM after Melbourne University made public its response to the Switkowski Review of the Faculty of the VCAM.
ACSA: ACSA’s Studio Gallery is a professional and popular exhibition space, featuring a quality exhibition program that runs in parallel with Adelaide Central Gallery’s program. Exhibition openings are staged to coincide with the main Gallery program, confirming ACSA’s Studio Gallery as a well regarded, contemporary and professional exhibition space in its own right.
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL ANIMATION FESTIVAL: Ten years of MIAF Student Highlights, pulled together in one fabulous session at the ACMI.
RED EIGHT CREATIONS: Nadia’s interest and love for Drama began at a very early age and has remained a positive obsession throughout her life. A belief in the benefits of Drama inevitably inspired her to form Red Eight Creations.
AUSTRALIAN FILM, TELEVISION & RADIO SCHOOL: Leading Australian producer John Maynard announced as Head of Producing at AFTRS.
UWA:The University of Western Australia’s Cultural Precinct is inviting artists to submit proposals for a project to mark UWA’s centenary celebrations as part of the Perth International Arts Festival 2011.
EXPRESS MEDIA: is inviting aspiring comic book makers to take the next step towards creating, writing and pitching their own comic book series.
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.
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.
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