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The National Arts Council in Singapore has introduced a new funding scheme for schools to encourage greater student participation and engagement in the arts.
Bell Shakespeare’s travelling ensemble The Players are staging a new production of Romeo and Juliet to be performed in schools throughout 2012
Gerard’s training and performance experience includes contemporary dance, slapstick, puppetry, motion capture, flying (on cables), acting and modeling. Gerard choreographs teaches, critiques and regularly discusses dance.
Interning can be simultaneously the best and worst thing for you. Yes, you will have to do the jobs that nobody else wants to, but you’ll also gain valuable opportunities to prove your abilities as well as network with the right people and get that much needed foot in the door. Here are 10 arts internships that are definitely worth considering.
'De panzazo', a new documentary by Juan Carlos Rulfo and Carlos Loret de Mola depicting Mexico’s failing education system premiered to much controversy this week in the country’s capital.
He was a giant of American composition with a brilliant international career - but Bernstein is popularly remembered for his West Side Story.
Hailing from the ACT, this alt- folk songstress began her career writing and recording with Mark Seymour.
Eventually you’ll have toiled long and hard enough at your job that you’ll start to think, ‘it’s time I got some recognition – some monetary recognition’.
If you want to make a career of writing fiction, you might want to seriously think about a life in crime.
The Actors College of Theatre and Television (ACTT) has announced Taddeh Vartanians as the winner of the Firass Dirani ACTT Scholarship.
Josephine Were is an actor and theatre maker from Adelaide, South Australia. She graduated from the acting course at the Adelaide College of the Arts in 2009 and has since also trained with physical acting company SITI in NYC, and in Paris, thanks to the the Helpmann Academy and Carclew Youth Arts, with legendary clown teacher Philippe Gaulier.
Maya Angelou may have had this question in mind when she wrote, “A bird doesn’t sing because it has an answer, it sings because it has a song.” Art defies explanations, whereas teaching offers them.
When the HR department is putting heads on the chopping block, how do you make sure yours isn't the one that rolls?
While interviews aren’t always the same, they often follow a pretty general structure that once you’re aware of can help you prepare for what to expect.
Madonna proves she isn’t just The Material Girl any longer and has revealed fresh plans to build 10 new schools in Malawi, the home of two of her adopted children.
What happens when you go into the woods and eat too many lollies? Oz Opera has the answer.
The woman behind Mercedes Benz... Awkwardly chats to ArtsHub about her career.
Djon Mundine is a member of the Bandjalung people of northern New South Wales. Djon has an extended career as a curator, activist, writer, and occasional artist and is renowned as the concept curator for the 1988 Aboriginal Memorial installation permanently exhibited at the National Gallery of Australia.
A career in the arts isn't as straight forward as others, but if you remain focused on your goals there's nothing you can't achieve.
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