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The Cultural Fund allocates $150,000 annually to support individuals in the publishing and visual arts sectors for career development through the Creative Industries Career Fund.
The $5000 Windmill Trust Scholarship supports regional NSW professional artists who need financial assistance in establishing their career.
For those who want to discover the magic beneath the silver screen, GCFF offers a series of seminars and workshops.
Is it too late to make the jump into a new career? If you’re asking the question you’re already probably aware that you face some big hurdles – most of which aren’t about age!
Nowadays, being able to write is a commodity, a universal skill that translates across all industries. Time and time again, employers have stated that “if you can write, then you’re in the business.”
There are a few easy ways to get yourself off side with a potential employer.
There’s nothing worse for employers than receiving a resume the size of a thesis.
Remember that you’ve been asked by them to come in and you’ve got something they want to see.
Last night, The Trust Company revealed the five winners of the Marten Bequest Travelling Scholarship -- each receives $20,000 towards travel that will enhance their careers.
Thirteen schools in WA are set to benefit from a program linking students to local artists to nurture creativity through their education curriculum.
Two careers in the visual arts were last week recognised with the Australia Council Visual Arts Laureate Award and Laureate Medal, at a ceremony at Canberra’s National Gallery of Australia.
For those hoping to pursue a career in any area of visual arts, a good, well-prepared portfolio might just be that golden ticket you’ve been hoping for.
Rather than try impress employers with how clever you are, speak plainly and clearly.
The end of the interview is an important part of the process, and your chance to demonstrate how interested you are in the role.
Don't fall into the trap of bemoaning your past employers, the only person you'll criticise is yourself.
When you apply for a new job it’s likely you’ll need to show on your CV and in your selection criteria responses the achievements you’ve made in previous positions – but what were they?
Sometimes applicants are hesitant to admit to ever having made mistakes – but they can be turned into positives.
If you are going to work in a gallery it’s a good thing to have an interest in art.
Being attentive to details is something you need be do throughout the process of getting the job. Picking up on seemingly minor details might just be the difference that puts you in front of the next best candidate.
Make sure that you are appropriately dressed for the organisation and the role. No matter what the weather is or the role you should present in a professional manner.
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