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Alex Ross is music critic of the New Yorker magazine. Alex is appearing as part of the Sydney Writers’ Festival 2009 and has kindly taken a moment to answer the ArtsHub career profile!
Securing the future of Victoria's cultural icons, encouraging audiences to visit exhibitions and creating local jobs are the focus of a $69 million boost to the arts sector in the 2009 State Budget.
A prominent arts education lobby coalition, the National Advocates for Arts Education (NAAE) highly praised the decision to include the visual and performing arts as priority learning areas in the second stage of national curriculum development by the Ministerial Council on Education, Employment, Training and Youth Affairs (MCEETYA).
ADELAIDE NOW: PANDA-INSPIRED jewellery, short comedy films and two new theatre productions are among 25 projects by emerging artists to share in $51,000 from the Helpmann Academy for visual and performing arts.
The Council for the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences believe Australia will gain new economic growth and stronger community life as a result of the decision to make creative arts part of the national school curriculum.
For the first time, Australia’s national screen arts and broadcast school, the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) and Australia’s National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) have joined forces to create a feature film exclusively made by students.
THE MOSCOW TIMES: In uncertain times for art and the world at large, nothing is safe from speculation and doubt -- but doubt is not a word you associate with Francois Pinault. The 73-year-old's portfolio includes, luxury brands from Gucci to Yves Saint Laurent, a 100% stake in Christie's, the Chateau-Latour vineyard in Bordeaux and a palace in Venice to display his colossal art collection.
Lydia De Carllo - our model for Dr. Sketchy's Anti Art School, at the Butterfly Blub - created lovely and interesting poses for us, very much in the pin-up style of the 50’s, and she looked the part.
Musician Heath Cullen will be playing at the Candelo Village Festival on Saturday 28th March, which is also the day of Earth Hour.
WHISPERING Jack is on the way back to the recording studio to make a new album and resume his career.
HOOPS DJs are said to combine a genuine love of all things bling with beats that seem to have the Sydney dance scene dancing even harder.
'WHAT is the difference between good and great?" Paul Crabbe, the eager boy pianist from Darwin, keeps asking his enigmatic, Viennese-trained teacher. "Not much," is the answer. "Little bits."
A painting of legendary horse trainer Bart Cummings has won the 16th annual Bald Archy portrait prize.
Supported by the NSW Film and Television Office [NSW FTO] and run by Metro Screen this mentorship is open to all Indigenous and Torres Straight Islander screenmakers.
The Helpmann Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts has augmented its Ashington Mentorship Scheme with the introduction of a new professional placement mentorship$$s$$ The Australian Ballet Costume Mentorship 2009.
Samuel Dundas is currently performing the role of Don Giovanni in the Victorian Opera's Don Giovanni by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart at The National Theatre, St Kilda.
A restructuring at Arts Council England will save the organisation £6.5m per year.
Since opening its doors in 2001, the National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA) has been committed not only to providing professional contemporary circus training, but also working at a grassroots level by taking circus to the community.
Giving up their day jobs is out of the question for Melbourne band ROOT!
A new grant category for artists is being offered by the Northern Territory Government through Arts NT with emerging artists now able to apply for up to $10,000 in any art form to further their artistic career.
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