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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.
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.
Head of Music at Marist College Ashgrove in Queensland, Andrew Butt is a 2011 National Award Winner for Excellence in School Music Education.
Pamela Creed from the National Institute of Circus Arts spoke to ArtsHub just days after returning from Paris networking the European Federation of Professional Circus Schools.
London based multi-award winning company Theatre Ad Infinitum is offering a master class in mask training methods, to be led by George Mann and Nir Paldi.
Building on the success of last year’s pilot scheme, the Arts Council of Northern Ireland is encouraging artists to apply for its Artists Career Enhancement Programme, which opened on Monday.
Increasing constraints and difficulties as a result of the depleted economy has provoked Visual Arts Ireland to organize clinics for artists to come together and discuss difficulties.
Arts students and graduates who studied across the whole of the country and beyond have landed dream jobs at one of the world’s most famous art exhibitions.
AGAINST GRAVITY: Conceived by the talented young curator Catherine Borra, this lively and immersive weekend is easy on theory and generous with experience and emotion, challenging the constraints of creatives to ‘represent their own time’.
SALON PHOTO PRIZE: The competition is open to university graduates, current students, and untrained professionals. International applications are welcomed and there is no limit on the age of work submitted.
IUGTE: "Performing Arts Training Today" is inviting participants, to a spectacular seminar in beautiful Austria.
One day you wake up, and instead of a hangover, you have a job. Instead of a fling, you have a live-in girlfriend. And instead of naive dreams, you only have reality.
BIRMINGHAM MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY: Steve McCurry is recognised as one of the world’s finest photographers and during his career he has covered many international and civil conflicts, particularly within the regions of Asia and the Middle East.
TrAIN/University of the Arts London is holding The Afterlives of Monuments Conference, 29 and 30 April 2010.
CIN & QUAD present Are you serious about your music business?, Digital Music Marketing Campaign Planning by AIM (Association of Independent Music).
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