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L'OREAL MELBOURNE FASHION FESTIVAL: E-Tail Detail was one of two Industry Forums hosted by this year’s L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival for industry professionals wanting to hear the latest ‘behind-the-scenes’ wisdom and experience in online business and marketing.
ARTS MARKETING: Some key ideas that can impact on arts marketing in a collaborative world.
Screen Queensland is delighted to announce the appointment of a Marketing Manager in the Screen Culture unit, reporting to Head of Screen Culture Richard Moore.
DOING THE FRINGES: Are you trying to break into the arts? Chances are no matter what you do – you’ve got to do a fringe. They’re essential training grounds for a whole range of people involved in creative practice from lighting to marketing, performance to stage design.
THE COMMUNICATIONS COUNCIL: The Communications Council, Australia’s peak body for the marketing communications industry, announces the speaker line-up for ’Circus’ The Festival of Commercial Creativity 2011.
COMMUNICATIONS COUNCIL: The Communication Council, Australia’s peak body representing the marketing communications industry, have announced the dates of its 2011 Creative Festival.
NIKON AIPP THE EVENT: Understanding how to protect the copyright of their images and to marketing themselves were key issues to emerge from the Commercial Photography Forum of last week’s Nikon AIPP The Event at Twin Waters Resort on the Sunshine Coast.
AUSTRALIA COUNCIL: The sixth annual Australia Council for the Arts’ Marketing Summit began at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre in Brisbane Tuesday 15 June.
Lucio Ribeiro from Melbourne based online marketing agency The Online Circle, to be the first Australian judge of the New York based Hive Awards.
ONLINE OPINION: Some years ago I asked a well-known Australian writing teacher to write an article for The Age on how she taught creativity in her classes.
When MTC launches its 2010 Season on 23 September more than two thousand subscribers will be at Hamer Hall for the unveiling. It is not, as you might think, solely an exercise for the Marketing Department. Hosted by Artistic Director Simon Phillips, the night is a
major production in itself, with an hour-long program of short performance excerpts, songs, video packages and introductory speeches
MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES NWS: The results of the second year of Museums & Galleries NSW’s Strategic Audience Development Study, Guess Who’s Going to the Gallery?, will be launched by The Hon. Virginia Judge M.P. B.Ed., Minister Assisting the Premier on the Arts, at the Museum of Contemporary Art on Wednesfay, 12 August at 3.30pm.
AUSSIE CRAFTSThe internet has an endless number of benefits for craftspeople, not just as a medium for marketing or selling the end product but for each step that leads to sales.
MUMBRELLA: Australians are well represented on a new list of global marketing bloggers aged under 27.
THE AGE: THIS year's Melbourne International Arts Festival is going to be — to misquote one of theatre's favourite sons — "Stellaaaaar!"
Donna Williams, from New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, heads the Multicultural Audience Development Initiative which is recognised as one of America’s leading audience building programs.
Pernille Jack has been appointed Marketing & Touring Coordinator for South Australia’s award-winning contemporary dance company, Leigh Warren & Dancers.
THE AGE: ANZ'S $1 million sponsorship of the Melbourne season of the musical Wicked set an Australian theatrical record but the real value is almost double that when the bank's marketing efforts for the show are included.
Screen Australia called for submissions from industry practitioners on its Marketing, Support and Promotion and Research and Statistics areas.
The Young Entrepreneurs Success program has been designed to provide a nononsense guide to business growth and marketing for the creative industry sector.
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