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ILLUSION SCENE 360: The first part was a process of research and development. Creating countless drawings, computer renderings, and three dimensional models to find the desired structural frame work for this new physical typographic language.
This year’s Emerging Writers’ Festival, and a record number of sold out performance, and professional development, events for writers, Director David Ryding has affirmed that the Festival has carved out a unique place in Australia’s literary culture.
Realise Your Dream – win $8,000, a return flight to the UK, and a chance to work with Britain’s best creative talent.
The Australian Writers’ Foundation (AWF) has announced that they are now accepting nominations for the prestigious $25,000 FOXTEL Fellowship: Rewarding Excellence with Creative Freedom.
The ASA has announced the twenty successful applicants for its mentorship program in 2009-10.
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.
Short Sweet+Dance set to kicks up a storm in Melbourne for the first time from June 2 at the Chapel. Jazz, contemporary, lyrical and ballet styles feature with a selection of new and emerging choreographers and dance companies who are ready to take the world by storm.
THE TELEGRAPH: A new biography of Jane Austen claims to have identified Dr Samuel Blackall as the mystery suitor who broke the novelist's heart and sparked a rift with her sister.
Established in 1969, the 'Man Booker Prize' is one of the world's most prestigious literary awards, sought after by writers and publishers alike throughout the Commonwealth of nations to which entry is confined.
Wild Sydney weather may have left some of the attendees of the Sydney Writers' Festival opening address, looking a little worse for wear but you can’t keep a literati crowd down, especially as they look forward to a jam-packed writers’ festival.
There was something particularly lovely and ironic listening to Christian Lander, author of the blog 'Stuff White People Like' and the subsequent book of the same name, sitting amongst a hundred or so of the so-called ‘white people’ he writes about with such humour and accuracy.
BBC NEWS: The first woman to become the Oxford Professor of Poetry has resigned following questions over her role in an alleged smear campaign against a rival.
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.
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN: Throwing herself into mentoring young dancers with the same enthusiasm as her onstage performances has earned WA Ballet principal dancer Jayne Smeulders a nomination for Citizen of the Year.
THE AGE:It was to form a cultural institution that embraced one vision, two spaces and infinite possibilities, but Melbourne's Recital Centre has faltered - and all eyes will be on the review to be tabled next week to explain why.
MIke Zafiropoulos will be succeeded as Chair of Regional Arts Victoria by Dennis Goldner who has been Treasurer of RAV for the past four years.
Benito Di Fonzo has a decidedly twisted view of existence which only serves to feed the madness of this quirky show – 'The Chronic Ills of Robert Zimmerman: AKA Bob Dylan (A Lie) - A Theatrical Talking Blues' – playing at the Old Fitzroy.
Craig Silvey grew up on an orchard in the south of WA. His first novel, Rhubarb, was published in 2004 when he was just 22, earning him a coveted Sydney Morning Herald Best Young Australian Novelist Award.
Dmetri Kakmi was born in Turkey to Greek parents. His essays and articles on a variety of subjects have been published in newspapers and magazines around the world.
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