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MILDURA WRITERS' FESTIVAL: Kate Jennings walks into the hotel foyer for our interview with eyes sweeping for contact, her iPad in her hand, on a mission to show her publicist and I images of frogs.
MOVING GALLERIES: The results of Moving Galleries ‘People’s Choice Awards’ are in, and Melbourne train commuters have said “I Do” to a poem about changing love by Sean M Whelan and an installation by Kristy Hulm based on the song ‘Happy Together’.
STATE OF DESIGN: German-born, London-trained, Kristina Brenke designed and manufactured for prominent Sydney jewellers prior to setting up her own studio. Her work is highly sculptural, yet easily worn. By allowing the manufacturing process to define the design, she balances spontaneity with sound craftsmanship.
STATE OF DESIGN: Ingrid Tufts has wanted to make things since her childhood. Her career took her down a different path, (computer programmer), but eventually she realised her dream, and is now living it.
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL ANIMATION FESTIVAL: Ten years of MIAF Student Highlights, pulled together in one fabulous session at the ACMI.
RED EIGHT CREATIONS: Nadia’s interest and love for Drama began at a very early age and has remained a positive obsession throughout her life. A belief in the benefits of Drama inevitably inspired her to form Red Eight Creations.
AUSTRALIAN FILM, TELEVISION & RADIO SCHOOL: Leading Australian producer John Maynard announced as Head of Producing at AFTRS.
MELBOURNE CABARET FESTIVAL: Fiona Thorn studied French and Linguistics and Melbourne University, her love of languages emphasised by the fact that she sings in eight. She will be performing as part of the Melbourne Cabaret Festival next month. Check out her answers to our Career Profile below.
MELBOURNE CABARET FESTIVAL: Late last year Martin Martini witnessed a bird committing suicide by falling from the top of a tall building opposite his apartment. Songs From New Beginnings Come From Some Other Songs Beginnings End, showing as part of the Melbourne Cabaret Festival, will showcase some of Martini’s quirky talents. Check out his answers to our Career Profile below.
AUSTRALIAN DANCE AWARDS: A Tasmanian based in Melbourne Australia, Luke began dancing with Stompin and trained at the Victorian College of the Arts School of Dance. He is nominated at the Australian Dance Awards this year.
UWA:The University of Western Australia’s Cultural Precinct is inviting artists to submit proposals for a project to mark UWA’s centenary celebrations as part of the Perth International Arts Festival 2011.
EXPRESS MEDIA: is inviting aspiring comic book makers to take the next step towards creating, writing and pitching their own comic book series.
Marcus Gillezeau began his career as an editor before moving into producing and directing. He is a specialist in digital production technologies and applications.
ADELAIDE CABARET FESTIVAL: In Adelaide this week, for the 10th Adelaide Cabaret Festival Donna McKechnie will be retelling aspects of her life and career through her semi-autobiographical show, 'My Musical Comedy Life'.
AUSTRALIAN DANCE AWARDS: Lucinda Dunn received her early training in Sydney with Janece Graham and Tanya Pearson before going on to win a Prix de Lausanne scholarship to study at The Royal Ballet School, London.
SYDNEY PHILHARMONIA CHOIRS:Sydney Philharmonia Choirs is inviting commuters to abandon the clogged roads and crowded trains of peak-hour in June to experience one of history’s most mysterious and sublime works of art, the 'Mozart Requiem'.
THE AUSTRALIA COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS: The Australia Council for the Arts’ Market Development department announces a new initiative supporting career Australian independent performing arts producers to conduct their business internationally.
SONG CYCLES: Song Cycles, a joint research project of the Australia Council for the Arts and the Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA), shows that attitudes, physical distance, training and education are among the significant barriers that prevent Indigenous artists from reaching wider audiences.
Caroline Healy (aka Miss Caroline) has wanted to be a performer since the age of 12. The tap dancer/teacher attributes Imagination, persistence and groove to success in the industry. Check out her answers to our Career Profile below.
OPINION: On Wednesday night as part of the Emerging Writers Festival Catherine Deveny, former Age columnist was a special extra ‘key note’ speaker at ‘In the Pub, I Write What I Want, When I Want’ a forum to talk about freelance writing. She’s a hell of a person to take career advice from.
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