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Neilsen Gough is a contemporary jazz musician who performs with his quartet. He will be one of the artists playing at the Apollo Bay Music Festival. Check out his answers to our ArtsHub Career Profile below.
Chris Wallace is an actor who will be performing in The Mark Twain You Don't Know. He took the time to answer our ArtsHub Career Profile. Check out his answers below.
Andrew McIlroy’s latest exhibition Against the Tide will open on the 18th February at Axia Modern Art in Armadale. He took the time to answer our ArtsHub Career Profile. Check out his answers below.
A new drama school has opened on Sydney's north shore, North Shore Drama
From discovering a set of new moves aged 12 to landing his first job in contemporary dance at 17, Rafael Bonachela can draw on a rich vein of experiences.
NATIONAL PLAY FESTIVAL: Katherine Lyall-Watson always figured she would write “when I was old” which, luckily for us, has crept up on her a lot sooner than expected. She took the time to answer our ArtsHub Career Profile. Check out her answers below.
NATIONAL PLAY FESTIVAL: Matthew Ryan is just one of the many writers featuring in the National Play Festival. His work is self described as “heightened, off-beat and imaginative.” Check out his answers to our ArtsHub Career Profile below.
WAAPA's Orientation Week commences on 8 February and we are looking forward to welcoming the talented new students.
The February 12 deadline for submissions to the Victorian College of the Arts Discussion Paper draws near. It takes about 5 minutes to do a submission.
“Few people have the opportunity to combine their passion into a life-long career. I’ve been very lucky.”
(QLD) Powerhouse Museum has launched an international ‘Trainspotting’ photographic competition.
Eight talented RMIT University students have received $32,000 in scholarships to further their careers in the arts, thanks to the ninth annual Siemens-RMIT Fine Art Awards.
Carclew Youth Arts is helping young artists to jump start their careers with South Australia's Jump announced as the state delivery partner for a new youth mentoring program.
The editor of WQ, Queensland Writers Centre magazine, talks about her career and how selling advertising is the biggest challenge for the magazine.
MajKidz 2010 is currently taking registrations for its 2010 program presented by His Majesty’s Theatre in association with Barking Gecko Theatre Company.
Changes to the Victorian training system are making it easier for not-for-profit organisations to provide their staff with subsidised training and higher qualifications.
The Australia Council for the Arts announces 53 grants to kick start the careers of
budding artists under the new ArtStart grant initiative.
EXPOSURE: A JOURNEY: At the age of 25 Joel Magarey abandoned everything, from a budding career in journalism, his devoted partner Penny and the recent diagnosis of obsessive compulsive disorder, to embark on a global adventure.
Debates continue and concerns rise as whispers about the fate of VCA’s specialist artistic training philosophy looks set for dissolution in the face of new criteria for academic rigour as a part of Melbourne University.
07 Dec 2009
HERALD SCOTLAND: Scottish Labour leader Iain Gray’s reference to Fiona Hyslop’s new post as Culture Minister as a ‘non-job’ has provoked anger among Scotland’s artistic community
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