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Gut Feeling, a multi-award-winning Australian web series, has launched the career of AFTRS alumna Hattie Archibald. She tells us how the journey unfolded.
The Australian Film Television and Radio School’s range of Summer Intensive and Industry Certificate courses will help you develop relevant and practical skills to progress your career in Australia’s expanding media industry.
A national Talent Camp targets diverse budding NSW creatives who want a career in screen, so practice your elevator pitch to be in the running.
Ambitious funding program shows Create NSW’s commitment to keeping up its services to both arts and screen.
Emotional warmth and uplifting stories set Heart of Gold apart from the grit and grunge of many contemporary film festivals.
You’ve seen the television ballet drama 'Flesh and Bone'. Now you can win a night at the ballet and see the real drama unfold on stage.
Theory isn't enough. Education in the arts industry requires practical experience so your college's ability to enable work placements is a key issue to consider when choosing a course.
The image of the lone artist in the garret is pervasive and even mythic. But research and practical education shows the benefits of collaboration for enhancing creativity and creating diversity in the arts.
Art viewing doesn’t end when audiences leave the gallery. We speak to the ABC to find out what arts films many audience members take home from the gallery shop.
Apart from documentaries and public screenings, here are some of the interesting ways ABC archival collections have been used across film, exhibitions, and in creative practice.
There are thousands of opportunities to be mined in over 70 years of radio and television programming in Australia.
Peter Millynn, Head of Film at AFTT shares his tips on how to improve your creativity.
As tax time creeps up, now is the time to get your super in order and take advantage of potential opportunities. Here’s how to boost your super when working in the arts.
The erratic work life of arts professionals means many in the sector are unprepared for retirement – but they don’t need to be.
Art & About Sydney is eschewing the festival format, providing up to $85,000 per project to transform the city year round.
Foxtel’s new arts channel upends traditional assumptions that pay TV is primarily for sports lovers.
Sydney Living Museums will host a tribute exhibition to Ginger Meggs, Australia’s beloved red-haired mischief-maker.
To keep one step ahead and shape tomorrow's industry leaders, AFTRS has refreshed the Masters of Screen Arts and Business course.
The International Screen Academy's innovative courses aim to equip students with the best skills and experience for a bright future.
The ABC’s globally successful online Reading Eggs program will be made into a web animation series called Eggsperts, in a co-production between Flying Bark Productions and Blake eLearning.
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