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Because I dig the dole isn't a really great answer to this.
With the wealth of accessible information on the internet these days, there’s no excuse not to do your homework about a company.
Folk Festivals are different from other festivals. They celebrate the culture of everyday life, our folklife, and its history.
Over two days next month, the Multicultural Arts Forum 2012 will bring together artists, arts workers, researchers and cultural policy decision-makers to discuss the multicultural art sector in NSW.
After much dispute, it has been confirmed that Caravaggio painted a second version of his infamous Medusa, called ‘Medusa Murtola.’ A team of researchers have conducted tests using x-ray technology and identified the privately-owned painting as an authentic Caravaggio.
A tremor of nervousness is being felt throughout the arts industry with several government reviews underway into how the arts could work better, says Tamara Winikoff.
New research has revealed who most Australians believe will win at this year's Academy Awards.
The stereotype of the unemployed arts graduate has turned out to be rather inaccurate, according to new research.
Delia Nicholls, Research Curator at MONA tells us how the gallery's own Koen Bros undertook a career in excrement.
Director of NAVA, Tamara Winikoff asks, When Is It OK To Do What? One of the most interesting parts of what they do, she says is trying to deal with the ethical dilemmas that arise in the arts.
At every stage of the job seeking process you need to do your research. And it starts even before a job opportunity becomes available.
Tamara Winikoff from NAVA looks at some of the options available to arts graduates as they consider what they're going to do after art school.
The Western Australian New Music Archive has been giving the green light after it received new funding through the Australian Research Council.
The Whyalla Art Prize has revealed the shortlist for its 2011 Art Prize, worth $25,000.
Call us a bunch ‘o feminists over here at Artshub but we love this year’s laneway lineup for one lovingly crafted reason - its focus on incendiary womenfolk in the music industry.
Tamara Winikoff, Executive Director of NAVA reflects on her own experiences of the 5th World Summit on Arts and Culture held in Melbourne last week.
Tom Gleeson is Up Himself: “I’m sick of pretending to be humble, so many Australians want to be perceived as being a ‘good bloke’. Or down-to-earth. I’m not down to earth, I’m full of myself."
The six recipients of the Australian Prime Ministers Centre Fellowships were announced this week.
In her latest column for ArtsHub, Tamara Winikoff, Executive Director of NAVA asks, What is the ABC thinking?
Tamara Winikoff Director of NAVA talks about ‘We are Here’ a festival and conference of artist run initiatives, emerging arts trends, practices and concepts this September.
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