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NATIONAL GALLERY OF VICTORIA: ArtsHub's interview with Dr Tedd Gott continues, drawing on several key works selected to illustrate major cultural and art historical themes and sub-texts represented in the Staedel Museum 19-20th Century Collection.
MELBOURNE WRITERS FESTIVAL: What started as raising money to send a 1000 pencils to Afghanistan along the way became a book of stories of hope and survival. There were doubts of course, why would they kids in Kabul feel sorry for kids from King Lake when they’ve been through so much?
AUSTRALIAN WRITERS' CENTRE: Don't miss the opportunity to have your play script workshopped by the world's greatest living playwright, Edward Albee.
Tristan Lee, an Australian pianist living in London, is about to compete in Australian National Piano Award. Tristan’s flourishing international career has in part made possible by the 2010 Ian Potter Cultural Trust award and the 2009 Katherine Kearns Scholarship.
ART DEALER, PAUL GREENAWAY: Paul Greenaway thought it was time to put up or shut up, so in 1992 he opened an Art Gallery. Find out more about Greenaway as he answers the ArtsHub Career Profile.
QLD STATE GOVERNMENT: Judy Watson and Alick Tipoti named the artists whose work will adorn the first of two unique Indigenous Tilt Trains travelling from Brisbane to Cairns.
AUSTRALIA COUNCIL: Building a career in the arts just got a little easier with the new round of applications for ArtStart grants.
SCULPTOR, JOHN DAHLSEN: Having dreamed of becoming a Marine Biologist as a child, John Dahlsen took his interest in the environment and instead pursued a career in the Arts.
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN LIVING ARTISTS FESTIVAL: Sam Hodge is a local Adelaide boy born and bred. In his day job he solves tricky problems putting visual effects into movies to tell the director's story. His artwork mixes the technology the computer design with the repetitive labour of hand made craft of aerosol stencils along with the fickle nature of the medium.
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN LIVING ARTISTS FESTIVAL: Sue Ninham is an abstract painter working primarily in oils and watercolour. Trained as an illustrator, she began painting in 2002. She works intuitively, forms taking shape as marks are made.
AUSTRALIA COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS: Artist Careers, two research projects released today by the Australia Council for the Arts, paints a comprehensive picture of the working lives of Australia’s 44,000 professional artists.
BYRON BAY WRITERS FESTIVAL: Interview with Sam Cutler, Writer and Author of: 'You Can’t Always Get What You Want' My life with the Rolling Stones, the Grateful Dead and other wonderful reprobates.
SCULPTOR, TY MANNING: From an early age has wanted to pursue a career in teaching. It is while he was getting his teaching degree at Flinders university that he became interested in Visual Arts.
DANCEHOUSE: A creative research and development residency in which artists can engage solely in practice based research. During his 8-week residency Phillip will collaborate with architect, Matthew Bird.
AFTRS: Run over three sessions, participants essential workshop for filmmakers, will have the opportunity to hear from an industry insider, who will both demystify and provide keen insights into cinema exhibition, the international sales world, and the Australian distribution business.
LUKE GEORGE: As across most art forms, the challenges faced by emerging choreographers probably make their choice of career more of a brave venture than an astute one, especially if their work and efforts in the contemporary dance scene are produced without support or patronage.
VCAM: Last Friday, in a sudden turn of events, Melbourne University’s Faculty of VCA and Music (VCAM) was split in two and the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music was born with VCAM’s Head of Music, Professor Gary McPherson stepping up as its Director. And it would seem he couldn’t be happier.
The National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA) is announcing an exciting new initiative to assist Australian artists and arts educators across all artforms with their careers.
The Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) is delighted to announce the appointment of independent curator, art critic and lecturer Dr. Maura Reilly as the MCA’s new Head of Education.
CARCLEW YOUTH ARTS: The annual Education and Arts Ministers’ Awards recognises outstanding arts teachers and artists working in DECS schools with an award and $5,000 to be used for professional development.
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