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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).
HERALD SCOTLAND: Scottish Labour leader Iain Gray’s reference to Fiona Hyslop’s new post as Culture Minister as a ‘non-job’ has provoked anger among Scotland’s artistic community
TORONTOIST: Earlier this week the Toronto Star announced, among other changes, that it was planning to outsource some one hundred in-house, union editing jobs.
THIS IS LONDON: "It’s the new test of whether or not a play has really got you: can you read the whole thing on your phone?” says David Harewood, gesturing towards a small screen with an eye-strainingly tiny typeface.
LONDON EVENING STANDARD: Jude Law is set to take on the most challenging role of his career. He is making his debut as Hamlet in the final production of the Donmar Warehouse's season in the West End.
Audiences Wales, the arts marketing and audience development agency for Wales, has published a new guide to market research.
THE IRISH NEWS: “Leaving a steady job like that to become an opera singer did seem a bit out there," says Alfie Boe. From car mechanic to award-winning Broadway star, Boe certainly made the right decision. His enchanting voice has captured the hearts of audiences and critics on both sides of the Atlantic.
Dance United is the UK’s leading dance in social inclusion charity. We train dance artists to work with disadvantaged groups and communities, from street children in Ethiopia to young offenders in Bradford.
Backstage at a concert arena in Treviso, near Venice, Noel Gallagher’s younger brother is characteristically blunt about the interview that is about to take place with his sibling. “I hope you’ve got your glass eye in,” he warns, “because he’ll talk you to f***ing sleep.”
A restructuring at Arts Council England will save the organisation £6.5m per year.
One eskimO is a 4-piece band that combines beautiful music with gorgeous animations. Musically, they are produced by Rollo (Faithless) whilst the fantastic animations were made by Passion Pictures (the team behind Gorillaz). They have already won the 2008 British Animation Public Choice 'Music Video' Award.
Spotlight speaks about how UK theatre training helps Brits on the road to Hollywood
I spent four days in seven at my old job working for the BBC, and one day a week helping with the Miss Jones ready-to-wear collection in a basement near Covent Garden. There couldn’t have been a greater contrast between those two worlds.
Here is a modest proposal: The federal government — which means you and I — should pump $62 billion into the nation's nonprofit cultural infrastructure. Crisis is a time for boldness, not timidity, and few recall an economic crisis quite like this one. So art museums, symphonies, theaters, dance companies and other cultural centers should get a huge infusion of funds.
In 1956, Lew Allen found himself to be the only cameraman covering Elvis Presley's Nov. 23 concert at the Cleveland Arena. Over fifty years later, he tells Arts Hub about the day-to-day life of a working photographer.
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