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Renowned arts and disability advocate Suzanne Bull MBE, founder of the UK’s Attitude is Everything, is one many speakers at the Arts Activated 2021 conference. Early-bird registrations are now open.
The team at Michael Fox Arts Accountant & Valuer live their values and love the arts, ensuring they’re perfectly placed to help artists and arts workers at tax time.
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Partnering with a specialist tax accountant can help you achieve your goals and set you up for long-term success. Here’s how.
A tax service that understands the needs of freelancers shouldn’t be so hard to find.As your tax return looms, it’s the perfect time to meet Hnry.
Get set for a creative winter break with these great activities, workshops and performances that mix education and fun.
Four new exhibitions at Craft ACT look at the value of making in a climate of shrinking gallery opportunities and a rise in online support of makers – and getting the mix right.
Fox Galleries launches 'Modern Seasons: the Great Curve', a publication and exhibition series exploring the four seasons lived under COVID.
The inaugural Sony Film Festival is encouraging filmmakers of all dispositions to submit short-form work for the chance to win some formidable career development opportunities.
On its 10th anniversary, the Bleach* Festival promises music, performance and original artworks as big as the Gold Coast itself. We spoke to Artistic Director Rosie Dennis for her picks on the best of this year’s celebrations.
One of Australia’s first participatory festivals returns this winter with a program that encourages audiences to collectively celebrate the power and beauty of the human voice.
From miniskirts to jersey knits and branded labels, Mary Quant captured a youthful energy and quest for female independence in her fashion. Bendigo Art Gallery celebrates her relevance today.
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.
Ali Murphy-Oates, the Managing Director of Sydney-based company Moogahlin Performing Arts and a proud Wailwan woman, has her eyes firmly fixed on the future of First Peoples’ arts and culture in Australia.
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.
How are writers of children’s and young adult books being trained to tell difficult and diverse stories? We speak with Deakin University, the only children’s literature major at an undergraduate level in Australia, to learn more.
After an unprecedented year in the tertiary sector, University of Southern Queensland’s School of Creative Arts has launched a slate of new courses.
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