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ARTWORKERS ALLIANCE: Making a career for yourself as an artist is about understanding that you are a business.
MTC: Everybody has a skeleton in their cupboard and early in my interview with playwright Robert Reid, he confesses that, as a boy, he regularly committed 'Goon Show' pastiche.
LUCY GUERIN INC.: Far more than a stage version of a ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ audition, what emerges in award-winning choreographer Lucy Guerin’s 'Untrained' is a highly entertaining collaborative work that reveals something of the nature of artistic movement and how we express and expose ourselves through our bodies.
DOING THE FRINGES: Are you trying to break into the arts? Chances are no matter what you do – you’ve got to do a fringe. They’re essential training grounds for a whole range of people involved in creative practice from lighting to marketing, performance to stage design.
AUDITION SERIES: Audition Disasters. Marea Jablonski Head of BGM Management in Melbourne has had many actors over the years call her after auditions saying it was a disaster and they were never going to get that job. ‘And that’s the job they get,’ she says.
CAREER ADVICE: We’re told the bell tolls for journalism. Newspaper circulation is down across the globe, newsroom floors are running with the blood of retrenched journalists, the GFC demolished advertising revenues and now a lot of people, some would argue the majority, have turned to aggregated online stories to get their news.
CAREER ADVICE: Lots of people throw the term ‘the arts’ around – “I’m working in the arts” “I’m an arts worker” or “I’d like a career in the arts”. But what does this actually mean? If you know you want to work in a creative field, here are a few ways to narrow down your interests and get yourself on the path to paid work.
JOURNALISM: We’re told the bell tolls for journalism. Newspaper circulation is down across the globe, newsroom floors are running with the blood of retrenched journalists, the GFC demolished advertising revenues and now a lot of people, some would argue the majority, have turned to aggregated online stories to get their news.
QUEENSCLIFF MUSIC FESTIVAL: There’ll be barbeques going backstage, international and local bands playing at 13 different venues including on a steam train, circus workshops for the kids, markets and a lot of people staying in tents as the 14th Queenscliff Music Festival takes over the town at the end of the month.
AUSTRALIA COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS - ARTSTART: Trent Suidgeest needed money to get known, a WAPA theatrical lighting designer graduate, he needed a brand, a logo and in order to develop a sustainable career he needed to travel from Perth to the east coast to make contacts and develop a strong network. He got money for that.
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.
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.
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'.
Emily Sexton is the Creative Producer of Melbourne Fringe Festival and as the main go-to person for 5000 plus artists her job is BIG! Emily spoke to ArtsHub on the eve of the festival.
In part of two Brett Sheehy’s interview with ArtsHub he talks about his do’s and don'ts of festival programming.
ArtsHub recently spoke exclusively to Melbourne International Arts Festival Artistic Director Brett Sheehy not only about the already much discussed 2009 Melbourne programme, but also about what makes someone look to a career as an artistic director. This week we publish the first part of his interview where he talks about how he came to be one of Australia’s most experienced festival directors. A
The second part of ArtsHub’s interview with Tedd Gott considers Dali’s often patchy record with art critics and reveals the bitter machinations against his reputation and the more recent re-appraisal of Dali’s artistic creativity that, in the view of some critics, affords him a place in shaping the assent of contemporary art that is as central as, or anticipates, the profound impact of Andy Warhol
The major Salvador Dali: Liquid Desire exhibition currently on show in Melbourne at NGV continues to draw record crowds, more that justifying its Melbourne Winter Masterpieces moniker. In conjunction with the exhibition Gary Anderson interviewed Dr Ted Gott, Senior Curator of International Art the National Gallery of Victoria, who led a team of five curators on the Dali exhibi
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