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The company is a group of 14 to 25 year old regional based performers in the Bega Valley in NSW who often come to the company with some or little training in dance or gymnastics.
Michael Dahlenburg - Cellist - convincing strangers that one can have a career playing cello... really.
Gareth Bryant living his dream career.
At Sunday’s Australian Dance Awards the elegant and diminutive (New Zealand-born) Lucette Aldous (who was trained in Brisbane and Sydney) was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award.
Leigh Rowles is Head of Student Training at The Australian Ballet School and choreographer of Matya’s Dance which premiered in The Australian Ballet School’s performance at Hamer Hall earlier this month as part of the Arts Centre’s Morning Melodies program.
Yolgnu painter and rights campaigner Gawirrin Gumana AO will be honoured with the most prestigious career achievement prize in Indigenous arts at the Australia Council for the Arts’ 2009 National Indigenous Arts Awards.
Queensland’s aspiring young writers are once again invited to submit their short stories for a chance to launch their literary careers and win a $2000 cash prize.
Contrary to most career paths, finding work within the arts industry does not often occur through conventional job-finding methods.
When I was in kindergarten I wanted to be an actor and live in New York, then I just had a vague job idea that involved 'inspiring people'
At 23 years of age, Reed Luplau is already a seasoned performer and an emerging choreographer who currently works with the internationally-recognised Sydney Dance Company. Reed has kindly taken time out of his schedule to answer Arts Hub's career profile questions.
Liz Argall is a Canberra-based writer who often does freelance work and has been published in several anthologies including Pirates and Something Wicked, as well as in her own book, Dreams of Tomorrow. Liz also wrote for Ozcomics Magazine. As part of the Emerging Writers Festival, Liz has kindly taken a moment to answer the Arts Hub Career Profile.
One of Australia’s leading sculptors Inge King AM and gallery director and arts educator Elizabeth ‘Betty’ Churcher AO are being honoured with two of Australia’s most prestigious visual arts awards.
A book containing a series of interviews with well known Indigenous politicians and activists, including many Territorians, will be up for discussion.
Alex Ross is music critic of the New Yorker magazine. Alex is appearing as part of the Sydney Writers’ Festival 2009 and has kindly taken a moment to answer the ArtsHub career profile!
Securing the future of Victoria's cultural icons, encouraging audiences to visit exhibitions and creating local jobs are the focus of a $69 million boost to the arts sector in the 2009 State Budget.
A prominent arts education lobby coalition, the National Advocates for Arts Education (NAAE) highly praised the decision to include the visual and performing arts as priority learning areas in the second stage of national curriculum development by the Ministerial Council on Education, Employment, Training and Youth Affairs (MCEETYA).
Musician Heath Cullen will be playing at the Candelo Village Festival on Saturday 28th March, which is also the day of Earth Hour.
18 Mar 2009
WHISPERING Jack is on the way back to the recording studio to make a new album and resume his career.
HOOPS DJs are said to combine a genuine love of all things bling with beats that seem to have the Sydney dance scene dancing even harder.
10 Mar 2009
A painting of legendary horse trainer Bart Cummings has won the 16th annual Bald Archy portrait prize.
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