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AUSTRALIA COUNCIL: The OzCo has launched new research in response to arts audiences' growing use of the web to shape and inspire their arts experience.
VISUAL ARTS: Most of us in the arts sector are pathetically pleased to be consulted for our opinion, particularly on policy and legislative matters.
Allyson Hose was an Asialink 2010 resident and is a writer, editor and researcher who has worked extensively in book and web publishing.
AUSTRALIAN MUSIC INDUSTRY NETWORK: Have you worked as a musician or technician at venues offering live music in the past 12 months? Want the chance to win a $250 gift voucher to Billy Hyde Music Retailers?
GETTING VIRAL: Thanks to a piece on Mumbarella many more people than perhaps ever would have this week watched some of Panasonic Australia’s 'Upload' series - but why?
GROUNDSWELL: Groundswell and Arts NSW are seeking participants in a research program looking at the need for a peak body and development of an arts policy for the multicultural arts sector in NSW.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF VISUAL ARTS: The talk is all gloom about the Federal Budget though by the time you read this it will be yesterday’s news.
NAVA: A couple of current areas of public policy-making have put me in a speculative frame of mind.
In 2007-08, researchers from Deakin University undertook a study of the governance of small-to-medium arts organisations on behalf of Arts Victoria. The study focussed on the characteristics, procedures and practices of arts boards.
The School of Management and Marketing invites applications for visiting research fellowships for 2011-2012.
THE CONVERSATION: The Conversation a new not-for-profit news and information website, founded by Andrew Jaspan and Jack Rejtman launched this month as a source of information, analysis, commentary and research news supported by some of our major academic institutions.
Until the 1970’s, many successful Australian dancers just packed up and left for Europe.
FLEURIEU ART PRIZE: Selected artists of all mediums will participate in a two weekend field trips to the beautiful McLaren Vale wine region to research environmental concerns close to the heart of the local community.
NAVA: I don’t want to scare you but things can sometimes go wrong for artists when they are just trying to get on with making art and getting it out there.
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.
TROPFEST: Last weekend, Damon Gameau walked away with this year’s Tropfest first prize for his short animation ‘Animal Beatbox.’
STATE LIBRARY: The State Library of Victoria invites applications from Australian writers, academics, artist, composers and researchers for the 2011-12 Creative Fellowships.
Russell Kennedy has been appointed as an adjunct research fellow at Swinburne University of Technology.
Australasian cultural policies would benefit if academics and researchers had more opportunities to publish, share their ideas and engage in cultural policy debate.
QUT: Ground-breaking research by the Creative Industries Faculty at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has been rated as well above world standard in the recent Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) initiative.
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