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But how well do you know know how to navigate the philanthropic sector? A good test is whether you know all about PAFs.
Scientists have proved what artists have long feared: From Van Gogh to Lady Gaga audiences judge the artist not just the art.
You don't have to make your career decisions alone. The right mentor can give you the benefit of their experience, established networks and support.
Are career expos valuable resources in decision-making for your future study and job prospects or are they just promotional tools for universities and a growing number of private businesses making money from your dreams?
Funding models are driving community arts practitioners towards working with young people, at the expense of other segments of the community.
Aboriginal culture is being reframed through a new appreciation of Indigenous language.
Jilli Rose uses the traditionally light-hearted medium of animation to tell the sad story of a very important stick insect.
Dispelling criticism of the kiddy creche, ArtsHub speaks with QAGOMA and MCA on their philosophy for nurturing a next generation.
Successful graduates share their tips on what to do next to be in with a fighting chance of a career after their formal training.
Is a doctoral degree really useful for a career in the arts or are artists using higher degrees to buy studio time and avoid the reality check of life after uni?
The Federal Government’s announcement of new funding for arts training can’t paper over the problems confronting the sector.
The Federal Government has some homework to do before the education sector embraces Creative Australia.
So you think teaching is an easy stop-gap when you can't earn enough from your art. In fact, it's a whole new art form.
They call it theatre pen-palling. Four high schools in Griffith and Western Sydney collaborated on simultaneous productions 500kms apart that were screened recently on ABC-TV.
The all-girl high school soul band gets seriously successful with the highest industry-based qualification offered at any Australian school.
So you’ve decided that you want to move out of amateur theatre and into the professional scene. But before you reach superstardom you may want to think about an important step - drama school.
You don’t need any entrance scores to get into The Street University; you just need to know the way to the door and you’re in.
Music performance studies are being downgraded for a job-focused curriculum as ANU plans savage cuts to its Music School.
What's it like to be a mentor and a mentee? Sandra Carluccio (Brisbane, QLD) & Steve Bull from PVI Collective (Perth, WA) discuss the Australia Council’s national JUMP mentoring program.
The second part of Peter Hill's investigation into how high-profile art schools are being overseen by larger institutions whose priorities may lie elsewhere.
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