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The Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) is shaping the next generation of Australian screen storytellers with industry-based courses, international connections and impressive graduates.
Committing time to Indigenous storytelling, this Artbank exhibition is the culmination of two years of community-led curation with Tjungu Palya Art Centre – and the result is exciting fresh territory.
From school leaver to mature age student, gaining the right qualifications will arm you for whatever’s next in your arts career while also enriching your life.
Potential students attending WAAPA’s Open Day on 11 August can learn why graduates describe their time at the Academy as the best years of their life.
Study Creative Arts and Media at Flinders and create your dream future.
Deakin Senior Lecturer Dr Kirstine Moruzi discusses why kids’ books are worth serious investigation.
Creative Victoria is listening to many voices to shape the Victoria’s next creative industries strategy, sparking a conversation about the opportunities and challenges facing creatives today.
We asked Matthew Jackson of Acknowledge Creativity what skill is needed to be successful as a small business owner.
It’s not regional arts practice; it’s great art practice that happens outside our cities. Artstate Tamworth is cracking open thinking on one of Australia’s largest growing sectors – and it’s happening this October.
The Arts Wellbeing Collective’s latest initiative is a free telephone helpline for performing artists and arts workers that can be accessed 365 days a year.
100% of art sale earnings go to exhibiting artists and art centres, making Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair one of the most ethical places to buy Indigenous art today.
NIDA adds a bold new direction to their acclaimed Bachelor of Fine Arts Acting with the introduction of a Singing Actor stream in 2020.
With hundreds of art prizes and awards in Australia, knowing the ones to choose isn't easy when it comes to positioning your artwork.
The regional Victorian city of Bendigo comes alive with three major cultural events this winter.
The arts world has a long way to go to become inclusive of artists and audiences with a disability, and the time for change is now, say organisers of the upcoming Arts Activated conference.
The Lyn McCrea Memorial Drawing Prize, presented by Noosa Regional Gallery, is now open to entries from emerging and established artists across Australia.
Responding to feedback from the sector, the NSW Minister for the Arts has reworked how grants are assessed and delivered, including an opportunity for arts leaders to be involved.
Artists can help accountants learn how to tell stories – and then storytelling can help us understand our taxes.
Whether you are working overseas or earning money for your art online, you need to know how international and Australian tax laws apply to your income (and how to avoid ATO shocks).
Growing up with an accountant dad and a mum who is a visual artist meant Lauren Thiel was probably always going to forge a career somewhere in the middle.
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