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The inaugural Fivex Art Prize offers visual artists and creatives the chance to reimagine billboard art with a work displayed in the heart of Melbourne's CBD.
Designers, artists and makers from around the globe are invited to compete for a total prize pool of NZ $187,500.
Albury-Wodonga’s new four-day festival celebrates culture, collaboration and connection across state lines.
After the huge success of its pilot program this year, Stage School Australia is offering aspiring musical theatre stars a fully accredited Diploma of Musical Theatre in 2020.
Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum has revealed the 11 creatives who will take part in its inaugural NSW creative industries residency program.
World-class illuminated sculptures drive visitors to the Top End and capture the unique colours of Darwin.
A unique creative hub, Federation University’s Arts Academy in Ballarat will train versatile and adaptable performers with skills that prepare them for the future.
Brisbane City Council’s creative grants program is again open for applications – and it could help you get into the rehearsal room with Broadway greats.
Graduates from Actors Centre Australia’s Bachelor of Performing Arts (Stage and Screen) travel far in the industry, and quickly. Their secret formula is in working with all aspects of the students.
‘Some of my most meaningful mentors have been from entirely unrelated industries,’ says Tina Walsberger, Edinburgh International Festival’s Marketing and Communications Director and speaker at Communicating the Arts in Sydney 12-14 November.
National Theatre Drama School Artistic Director Trent Baker shares his top tips on delivering your best auditions.
Indigenous artists from Far North Queensland to feature in Belonging, a major national exhibition.
Along with shining a light on the country’s arts supporters, the winners of this year’s Creative Partnerships Awards signify the importance of strong leadership in philanthropy.
Size might not matter when you’re invested in an international conservation movement, but collaboration certainly does.
Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize now has a prize pool of $45,000 with the introduction of a new category in 2020 which encourages entries from emerging Indigenous artists.
Like all Aboriginal art centres, Mirndiyan Gununa keeps culture alive on the ground – as well as on the canvas.
How Marilyn Miller uses her artistic practice to lift people up and lead change.
With a spotlight on First Nations issues and guests including Archie Roach, Derek Rielly, Claire G. Coleman and Dr Lou Bennett, the Word For Word Festival in Geelong aims to both challenge and entertain non-fiction fans.
Magabala Books, a unique Indigenous publishing house in remote Western Australia, continues to publish an impressive selection of quality literature.
Winning the Dreaming Award – one of two major Australia Council awards that recognise the achievement of First Nations artists – has transformed Jenna Lee’s life.
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