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Masterchef: fry these ratings on for size.
The Film & Television Institute is the first Registered Training Organisation in Australia to deliver an accredited diploma course devoted entirely to screen acting.
THE KOREAN TIMES: The National Opera of Korea (NOK) returns to Seoul Arts Center's Opera Theater with Bellini's "Norma," the cream of the crop among bel canto operas, Thursday through Sunday.
THE ART NEWSPAPER: JERUSALEM. Swiss photographer Olivier Suter kicked off the first leg of his “Enemies” project by exhibiting and publishing works of Palestinian and Israeli lookalikes.
THE ART NEWSPAPER: COPENHAGEN. A foundation headed by former Swedish prime minister Ingvar Carlsson is seeking a sponsor to acquire the final residence of Ingmar Bergman and keep it open to the public.
THE ART NEWSPAPER: COLOGNE. Many irreplaceable documents dating back to the Middle Ages have been saved following the collapse of the city archive in Cologne on 3 March. Two people died when three buildings fell into a hole caused by structural faults in the tunnelling for a new underground line.
SCENE 360: I think what intrigues me more about Rosemarie Fiore’s artwork is the actual “technique.”
THE VANCOUVER SUN: Back in the 1960s, like a lot of other young people, I packed up a knapsack and took to the open road, hoping to get from Montreal to Vancouver fuelled by nothing more than a few dollars, relentless optimism and a hitch-hiker's thumb.
ALARAB ONLINE: Lebanon is due to kick off star-studded summer festivals with the likes of legendary British bands Deep Purple and Jethro Tull set to rock the country as it seeks to break with past turmoil.
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN: The last time Keith Adams saw Nyarrapyi Giles, she was an emaciated teenage mother trying desperately to keep her two small sons alive in the Gibson Desert while teetering on the brink of death herself.
THE AGE: THE next ballet program from the Australian Ballet is called Paris Match; we are promised a double bill that celebrates "everything that is chic about French music and dance".
THE AGE: A new take on Harold Pinter cuts through the Pinteresque, writes Owen Richardson.
THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: THE Aboriginal artist Ubanoo Brown depicts Australian fauna in a lively, colourful style. There's one problem: he doesn't exist.
THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: IT IS not every day that an opera and theatre director emerges from the rehearsal room to talk about celebrity, drugs, sex and debauchery.
THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD: The Art Gallery Society of NSW is celebrating 50 years of acquisitions, writes Steve Meacham.
THE MERCURY: INFLUENTIAL San Francisco punk and grunge band Flipper have always flown a bit below the radar, while groups they inspired, such as Nirvana and Jane's Addiction, have enjoyed mainstream popularity and commercial success.
THE MERCURY: Amplified 2009: Sounds from Tasmania (July 17-19 2009) is Tasmania's contemporary music industry program.
Five arts recovery projects assisting communities affected by the Victorian bushfires will share in Brumby Government grants totalling $10,400 through the Arts Recovery Quick Response Fund.
$38,000 for young artists to spread their wings.
Entries for The 58th Blake Prize close on Friday 26 June 2009!
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