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AusCo First Nations Awards announced, Geelong Contemporary Art Prize winner, The Lighthouse Award for arts managers named, plus composers, comics and writers recognised, and more prize and mentoring opportunities for artists.
Plus a round-up of all the week's news and reviews from the world of Australian film, television and games.
Here's your chance to watch, remember, respect, and take action with some inspiring viewing options, from feature film 'My Name is Gulpilil' to a Virtual Indigenous Film Festival and fresh docs on NITV.
From Truth Talking and keynote talks to kids' workshops, First Nations Arts Awards, exhibitions and First Nations theatre - we arm you with a swag of ways to take action for Reconciliation Week.
China residencies announced, The Next Chapter calling writers, Ravenswood Women Arts Prize winner, black&write! Fellowships announced, Writing NSW mentorship, plus more winners and opportunities.
The film industry runs on good producers, though it can be a daunting role. Screenhub talked to three veterans who know the highs that make up for the lows.
Automated CV scanners use very blunt tools to cull applicants. Here are some tips to get yours seen by human eyes.
Powerhouse Museum appoints inaugural Director, First Nations; new GM for 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art; Curator Visual Arts joins Fremantle Arts Centre team, and more.
Devising new work using a Dada-esque ideation technique is just one of the creative ways students at Federation University Arts Academy prepare for real-world practice.
Be career-ready for your backstage future with the Diploma of Live Production and Technical Services at TAFE SA’s Adelaide College of the Arts.
This week in the news: The Yield optioned by Tony Briggs, Amazon funds 7 new local productions, Screen Aus portions out $5.6million, abuse at 2k Australia uncovered, and the nascent game workers union.
The National Theatre Drama School and Ballet School are looking for team players who are fearless and imaginative. Auditions for the 2022 student intake are held from July to December.
We asked JMC Academy alumna Serena Kassam for her best tips for school-leavers who want to study and work in creative industries.
As her field expands rapidly, multimedia producer Sarah Hill has used her AFTRS qualification as a tool to create her own working identity.
Diverse TV drama writers are invited to apply for this joint initiative from SBS, Screen Australia, the Writers' Guild and state agencies.
Setting an ambitious artistic career goal? Tahlia Norrish shares two prompts from the world of elite sports that will get you right on track.
After 17 years as CEO of Australia’s oldest continually operating theatre, Tim Munro is moving on. He reflects on his time with the theatre and looks to its future.
McLachlan was accused of indecent assault in 2014 so the state’s previous laws were applied to the case. But what if we judge the case on the basis of professional workplace behaviour?
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Director of Riverside Theatres resigns after 20 years, Black Swan Chair steps down, new triumvirate leads Four Winds, and more.
As the changes brought by COVID fade, an upcoming conference aims to ensure we keep the best of the disruption by centring disability.
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