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Putting in a little extra effort to maintain a professional relationship with a past employer could also be one of the best ways to maintain a great career.
The future freelance journalist will probably need a lot more than a spiral bound notebook and a pencil. A voracious 24-hr news cycle needs multi-skilled, multimedia trained, business savvy content producers and lots of them, but they may not want to pay them.
The Australian Centre for the Moving Image has posted its education program for 2012. You don’t have to live in Melbourne to use it.
JUMP matches young and emerging artists one on one with professional mentors for 10 months on a funded creative project.
Principal at the Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School, Colin Simpson is one of Australia's leading arts educators and school leaders.
In a long career of many achievements, in Don Spencer’s eyes nothing matches his work as founder of the Australian Children’s Music Foundation.
Marryatville High School drama teacher Earle Kilvert has won the 2012 Education and Arts Ministers Award for 2012
$15,000 goes to the winner of this prize in a milestone year. It’s open to any artist, trained or not, over 18. Entries close May 11.
NIDA hosts its open day in Sydney on June 2 and rolls out information sessions across the country from April to August.
Actor and writer Lucas Stibbard plays 25 characters with a sock puppet as his sole prop. This one-man show is on the VCE Drama Unit 3 playlist.
Life as an artist is a tough gig, so do you really want to spend all those years of training for next to nothing?
Geneva is a long way away to search for a mentor – but the QSO’s visiting soloist in this month’s Maestro series concert proves more than generous.
Sometimes we take jobs because they’re close to what we want. Sometimes we take jobs because we need the money. And sometimes, we end up settling for a job right now rather than the dream.
Your attitude in the interview, for better or worse will be seen as indicative of your attitude to the position you are applying for.
A TV pilot titled ‘Frontier’ is being filmed and produced in regional Victoria by US-based Sony Pictures Television. It is currently shooting in the towns of Thornton, Alexandra and Mansfield.
It's common to become flustered with nerves but it will be distracting if your answers go off on tangents or include irrelevant details. Keep your answers succinct and relevant to the questions.
The $5,000 Windmill Trust Scholarship supports regional NSW professional artists who need financial assistance in establishing their career.
The M&G Mentorship and Fellowhip program provides $6000 to assist education in Australia and
internationally for regional museums and galleries.
Support for mid-career artists to create new work
Support for early career artists to create new work
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