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Old style hands-on training taught skills that young performing artists are not learning.
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A new year offers opportunities to boost your job hunt.
The most difficult part of getting a job in the arts world remains its harshly competitive aspect, so we’ve gathered together some tips that are sure to set you apart from the rest of the herd.
Accomplished theatre and television performer Robina Beard offers insight into the work and joy involved in maintaining a long and successful career in the arts.
The great Argentinian ballerina and choreographer Olga Ferri has died after a long and prestigious career.
A top concert violinist who left a pricey Stradivarius violin on a Switzerland train last week has been reunited with the famed instrument.
Mel Gibson’s stepmother has filed a restraining order against the actor/director, who she claims is a “very dangerous man.”
On Wednesday, Toronto commuters jumped aboard an unexpectedly technicolour train on their way to work.
Free labour is becoming the only way to get a job.
“Why do I have to have a pub job to hire a studio?” Chris Casali has heard this question too often. The head teacher at St George School of Fine Art and colleague Rose Harrison have an answer.
What makes a creative team spark? Sociologists have developed a mathematical formula to measure the answer.
Whether it is an audition or an interview - how can you let your talent shine through without being overshadowed by nerves?
Ever wondered why that job interview you thought you’d nailed resulted in an awkward rejection letter some two weeks later? We give you some clues as to why you didn’t get that job.
This time the career tip is for the employers.
Most advice tells you the right things to say in a job interview but we’re going to give you low down on the biggest mistakes you can make when trying to impress a potential employer.
It’s in red. It’s at the top right of the Webby honoree site. It says LEARNING. Everything underneath it is Annette Mauer’s job.
The Webby honoree site for Australia’s premier design centre has resources and programs for students from primary to tertiary and training for their teachers.
In a long career of many achievements, in Don Spencer’s eyes nothing matches his work as founder of the Australian Children’s Music Foundation.
$15,000 goes to the winner of this prize in a milestone year. It’s open to any artist, trained or not, over 18. Entries close May 11.
Life as an artist is a tough gig, so do you really want to spend all those years of training for next to nothing?
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