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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?
A lack of planning and tracking, market research and financial literacy are some of the big business missteps many arts organisations make.
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.
With $25,000 up for grabs, the City of Whyalla Art Prize is an opportunity for burgeoning contemporary artists to showcase their
How can artists develop positive working relationships with the media?
NAVA: Tamara Winikoff peeks over both sides of the grants application fence.
TWITTERVERSE: It’s hard to believe this social media phenomenon only started in July 2006. It's become so important so quickly, yet we don’t even know how many people are really using it.
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.
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