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Create NSW is set to bring artists, creatives and screen practitioners together around the table during Sydney’s VIVID Ideas to get to the heart of what works, what challenges us and what is sustainable.
A new Masters program covers both the practicalities of writing and the theory of literature.
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Create NSW is hitting the road, pulling up a chair and sharing a cuppa with artists and arts workers, to get to the heart of matters that impact regional arts practice.
Ambitious funding program shows Create NSW’s commitment to keeping up its services to both arts and screen.
Artists from all disciplines are encouraged to apply for Bundanon Trust’s 2018 artist in residence program.
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Cultural diplomacy grants recognise the capacity of the arts to showcase the complexities and riches of Australia.
Arts NSW has developed a Cultural Tourism Toolkit to assist arts and cultural organisations across NSW to tap into the growing tourist economy.
A new fellowship for a mid-career or established artist with disability is the first of its kind.
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Four different models across 13 countries make the latest Asialink residencies versatile opportunities as catalysts in all kinds of arts careers.
Former NIDA students explain how graduate studies enabled them to break out of patterns and create more daring work.
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Alongside novelists, poets and short-fiction writers, people who use words to shift public consciousness are front and centre in this year’s program.
Leading regional cultural centres make a virtue of their locations, creating iconic Australian arts destinations.
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.
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.
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