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Multi-award winning performer Darren Coggan will be answering the question “whatever happened to Cat Stevens?” in Peace Train: The Cat Stevens Story.
Contemporary reflections on the art of mirrors are in exhibition at the University of Sydney galleries.
The Promises are a Melbourne-based group. One half of the band, Toby Robinson, took the time to answer our ArtsHub Career Profile. Check out his answers below.
Eddy Chen of Brisbane State High School had been awarded the top prize in Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s Young Instrumentalist Competition 2010.
Australia Council has celebrated the careers of renowned sculptor and passionate arts advocate through an award and medal.
Emerging South Australian artists are to participate in a workshop with Nina Fischer and Maroan el Sani.
The Curator Development Initiative is inviting applications from emerging and mid-career curators in Australia for professional development activities.
Julian Cue played in a long line of bands before he joined the Barons of Tang but it is with this band that he will be performing at the Brunswick Music Festival. Check out his answers to our ArtsHub Career Profile below.
Mary Gauthier is one of the artists playing at the Brunswick Music Festival. Check out her answers to our ArtsHub Career Profile.
ADELAIDE FESTIVAL: Choreographer Lucy Guerin has worked with some of the best dancers in the country. Now she’s working with people with no movement training at all.
Brisbane’s own Jesse Martin has been offered a professional traineeship with Brisbane’s foremost contemporary dance organisation, Expressions Dance Company.
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.
Caitlin Harnett is a young musician whose songwriting skills display a maturity well beyond her years. She is one of the many performers who will be playing at the Apollo Bay Music Festival. Check out her 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.
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