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The National Wool Museum and Craft Victoria are looking to hear from anybody interested in hosting a craft workshop during the Reflections Scarf Festival 2010.
The Fellowship of Australian Writers is launching a new series of weekend workshops for writers who are unpublished and want to be involved in a continuing monthly writers group when workshops finish.
Contemporary reflections on the art of mirrors are in exhibition at the University of Sydney galleries.
Eddy Chen of Brisbane State High School had been awarded the top prize in Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s Young Instrumentalist Competition 2010.
Emerging South Australian artists are to participate in a workshop with Nina Fischer and Maroan el Sani.
The Curator Development Initiative is inviting applications from emerging and mid-career curators in Australia for professional development activities.
ADELAIDE FESTIVAL: Choreographer Lucy Guerin has worked with some of the best dancers in the country. Now she’s working with people with no movement training at all.
A new drama school has opened on Sydney's north shore, North Shore Drama
WAAPA's Orientation Week commences on 8 February and we are looking forward to welcoming the talented new students.
The February 12 deadline for submissions to the Victorian College of the Arts Discussion Paper draws near. It takes about 5 minutes to do a submission.
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.
MajKidz 2010 is currently taking registrations for its 2010 program presented by His Majesty’s Theatre in association with Barking Gecko Theatre Company.
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.
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.
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.
Clearly focussing on the Greek youth music experience (in Schoolwave on the Rocks, part of the Greek Film Festival), the documentary nevertheless references music movements in Europe and America. With globalization, it doesn’t matter if you are from a Greek village, the whole world has become a global village.
Helpmann Academy's Ashington Mentorship Scheme awarded Good Practice Recognition in National AbaF Award.
Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS) Chief Executive Sandra Levy, announced the appointment of Liz Hughes to the newly created position of Director Open Program.
TV TONIGHT: Film and television names are getting behind a push to save the Victorian College of the Arts from losing its identity after merging courses with the University of Melbourne’s music courses.
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