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Tristan Lee, an Australian pianist living in London, is about to compete in Australian National Piano Award. Tristan’s flourishing international career has in part made possible by the 2010 Ian Potter Cultural Trust award and the 2009 Katherine Kearns Scholarship.
ART DEALER, PAUL GREENAWAY: Paul Greenaway thought it was time to put up or shut up, so in 1992 he opened an Art Gallery. Find out more about Greenaway as he answers the ArtsHub Career Profile.
SCULPTOR, JOHN DAHLSEN: Having dreamed of becoming a Marine Biologist as a child, John Dahlsen took his interest in the environment and instead pursued a career in the Arts.
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN LIVING ARTISTS FESTIVAL: Sam Hodge is a local Adelaide boy born and bred. In his day job he solves tricky problems putting visual effects into movies to tell the director's story. His artwork mixes the technology the computer design with the repetitive labour of hand made craft of aerosol stencils along with the fickle nature of the medium.
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN LIVING ARTISTS FESTIVAL: Sue Ninham is an abstract painter working primarily in oils and watercolour. Trained as an illustrator, she began painting in 2002. She works intuitively, forms taking shape as marks are made.
SCULPTOR, TY MANNING: From an early age has wanted to pursue a career in teaching. It is while he was getting his teaching degree at Flinders university that he became interested in Visual Arts.
STATE OF DESIGN: German-born, London-trained, Kristina Brenke designed and manufactured for prominent Sydney jewellers prior to setting up her own studio. Her work is highly sculptural, yet easily worn. By allowing the manufacturing process to define the design, she balances spontaneity with sound craftsmanship.
STATE OF DESIGN: Ingrid Tufts has wanted to make things since her childhood. Her career took her down a different path, (computer programmer), but eventually she realised her dream, and is now living it.
MELBOURNE CABARET FESTIVAL: Fiona Thorn studied French and Linguistics and Melbourne University, her love of languages emphasised by the fact that she sings in eight. She will be performing as part of the Melbourne Cabaret Festival next month. Check out her answers to our Career Profile below.
MELBOURNE CABARET FESTIVAL: Late last year Martin Martini witnessed a bird committing suicide by falling from the top of a tall building opposite his apartment. Songs From New Beginnings Come From Some Other Songs Beginnings End, showing as part of the Melbourne Cabaret Festival, will showcase some of Martini’s quirky talents. Check out his answers to our Career Profile below.
AUSTRALIAN DANCE AWARDS: A Tasmanian based in Melbourne Australia, Luke began dancing with Stompin and trained at the Victorian College of the Arts School of Dance. He is nominated at the Australian Dance Awards this year.
Marcus Gillezeau began his career as an editor before moving into producing and directing. He is a specialist in digital production technologies and applications.
AUSTRALIAN DANCE AWARDS: Lucinda Dunn received her early training in Sydney with Janece Graham and Tanya Pearson before going on to win a Prix de Lausanne scholarship to study at The Royal Ballet School, London.
Caroline Healy (aka Miss Caroline) has wanted to be a performer since the age of 12. The tap dancer/teacher attributes Imagination, persistence and groove to success in the industry. Check out her answers to our Career Profile below.
NEXT WAVE FESTIVAL 2010: Rich Higgins had a successful one man show in the 08 Comedy Festival ‘Richard Richards: Expert Tour-guide in Training’ and is the host of the monthly performance night ‘Last Tuesday Society’. He is also a Clown Doctor.
NEXT WAVE FESTIVAL 2010: Siying Zhou (Ms) is currently living and working in Darwin, Australia. Born in 1980 in China, Siying received academic training in drawing, sketching and oil painting skills during her high school years.
ΠO has been writing poetry from over 38 years. His latest book is Big Numbers and he is the editor of poetry magazine Unusual Work. His visual poems, Bliss and Nagasaki, featured in the first issue of INSCRIBE. Check out his answers to our ArtsHub Career Profile below.
SYDNEY YOUTH ORCHESTRA: The new CEO of the Sydney Youth Orchestra, Antony Ernst talks us through what it’s like working with such hard working young kids and an average working day for him in our ArtsHub Career Profile.
NATIONAL FOLK FESTIVAL: “Thousands of nights in thousands of bars” is what prepares you for a career in music, according to pianist Bob Malone.
NATIONAL FOLK FESTIVAL: Self-proclaimed “sideshow freak” Dangerboy attempts to juxtapose the grotesque with the beautiful through gasp-inducing stunts. Check out his answers to our ArtsHub Career Profile.
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