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Wordsmith Sean M Whelan harvests his dreams regularly for his for his self-described brand of “dirty magic” poetry. Check out his answers to our ArtsHub Career profile below.
Amber Joy Poulton answers our ArtsHub career profile, in character, as Loretta Lynn from the show Honky Tonk Angels.
South Australian songstress Amber Joy Poulton's career began when she answered a “singer wanted” ad in a local music shop. She will be performing as part of the Semaphore Music Festival.
The Satellites still work 9 to 5 jobs, but play the gigs they want and enjoy every one of them.
Cate Kennedy, author of The World Beneath, is in Brisbane this month as part of the Writers Festival. She took the time to fill out our ArtsHub Career Profile.
Nick Earls is an established Australian author who will be taking part in several events throughout the Brisbane Writers Festival. Check out his answers to our ArtsHub Career Profile below.
"You have to go out there and do it yourself. Don’t wait for opportunity to come, make it happen." This was the best advice Kathryn Osborne, Director/Producer has received in her career.
Cam Venn aspired to become a vet when he grew up, maybe that's why he works with an elephant now... so-to-wpeak.
Stephen M Irwin is one of the many writers featured at the Brisbane Writers Festival who has taken the time to answer the ArtsHub Career Profile. His debut novel The Dead Path is a supernatural thriller tracking the journey of protagonist Nicholas from London to Australia after the death of his wife. Check out his answers below.
As part of the Brisbane Writers Festival, James Knight will discuss his latest novel A Theory of Moments - an account of a year-long journey spent travelling across South America and Africa. James took the time to answer our ArtsHub Career Profile questions.
Red Stitch presents the world premiere of The Rites Of Evil by Australian playwright Travis Cotton as part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival. Check out Travis’ answers to the ArtsHub Career Profile!
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.
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.
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!
Musician Heath Cullen will be playing at the Candelo Village Festival on Saturday 28th March, which is also the day of Earth Hour.
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.
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