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VLADIMIR FANSHIL experienced a career high when he moved an elderly woman to tears while conducting Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony.
Here is a modest proposal: The federal government — which means you and I — should pump $62 billion into the nation's nonprofit cultural infrastructure. Crisis is a time for boldness, not timidity, and few recall an economic crisis quite like this one. So art museums, symphonies, theaters, dance companies and other cultural centers should get a huge infusion of funds.
TIM Winton has weighed into the debate over how books are sold in Australia, warning the federal Government that revoking existing copyright protections would return Australian publishing to a "colonial branch office mentality", shattering the confidence of emerging writers and sparking job losses across the industry.
With a brand new slate of courses, a fantastic new building located in the heart of the Entertainment Quarter in Sydney’s Moore Park and the largest number of students ever enrolled at the nation’s iconic film, television and radio School (AFTRS) - 2009 is set to be the liveliest and most productive on record.
AUSTRALIAN Ballet School student Hannah O'Neill, 16, has won one of the ballet world's most prestigious awards.
Cope has now ruled herself out of the job, claiming the pressure to write to order made good poets write bad poetry.
Just a month after Jeremy Strick resigned under pressure as director of the beleaguered Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, he has landed a new job. Starting March 2 he will be director of the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, the institution confirmed.
The judges thought his book was flawed and ended badly – but it still triumphed. Costa prize winner Sebastian Barry
tells Stuart Jeffries how his epic was born.
Atonement Tonight is an animated comedy by Anny Slater about the 2006 Australian Wheat Board scandal. As a finalist in the iiNet Get Animated competition it was recently shown at Sydney Festival. Arts Hub spoke to the multi-talented Anny Slater about her busy and so far brilliant career.
Nick Hornby-scripted British drama and Hugh Dancy-starring romance capitalise on buzz in Park City.
The International Film School Sydney delivers the first RED ONE camera to film students in Australia.
Tony Hart, whose work on TV made art accessible to children, has died aged 83.
Opportunities open for the skills and career development of South Australian independent artists.
The Northern Territory Government’s Arts Scholarship Scheme is offering scholarships of up to $3,500 per year for Territory students interested in studying various artistic fields.
News Limited and AWARD are pleased to announce applications to News Limited AWARD School will be available online from 16th January 2009.
THEATRE people often need day jobs - or even night jobs. Stuart Day and Quinton Dunne have been juggling them for years.
MELBOURNE'S ballet scene will be hit by a maroon invasion next month.
Fionnuala Hunt is the director of the Australian Youth Orchestra National Music Camp which ends 18th Jan.
AFTRS Director of Radio Steve Ahern will leave the Australian Film Television and Radio School this month after 11 years with the organisation.
A graduate of Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), Alison returns to Bathurst to run contemporary dance workshops from 19-22 January.
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