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BIG WEST FESTIVAL: Be the first to get a sneak peak of the Festival’s 2011 program
BENDIGO ART GALLERY: The State Government has announced a major redevelopment for Bendigo Art Gallery. Worth $7.55million, the development is jointly funded by State and the City of Greater Bendigo.
ACCESSIBLE ARTS: Sculpture by the Sea gives visitors a chance to get up close and personal with sculpture
VICTORIAN ELECTION: The Greens Arts and Culture spokesperson Sue Pennicuik spoke to Artshub about some of the key arts issues affecting Victorians at this election.
THE ARTS CENTRE GOLD COAST: The Arts Centre Gold Coast Appointments Jamie Stahl to the position of Venue Operations Manager
BLACK SWAN STATE THEATRE: 2011 will mark the Company’s 20th anniversary and be the first theatre season that Black Swan performs in the new State Theatre Centre of Western Australia.
KICKARTS: KickArts Director, Rae O'Connell will be leaving her position of over eight years at KickArts Contemporary Arts.
SYDNEY FRINGE FESTIVAL: This magical mystery tour of art and entertainment was a highlight of the Sydney Fringe.
ALBURY CITY: AlburyCity in conjunction with Arts|NSW are hosting the Australia Council’s Arts Funding Forum on Friday 29th October at 2pm.
BANGARRA'S 'Of Earth & Sky' is one performance that made me come away with a bigger appreciation of dance, performance and the emotion within dance.
JO DENHAM DESIGNER JEANS: Fashionistas beware! A Perth designer is driving the demand for denim with a sneak peak at her label during the Blitz The Night event on August 21.
DESIGN NSW: The 2010 winner of the Design NSW: Travelling Scholarship, presented by the Powerhouse Museum and Arts NSW in partnership with the British Council, was announced by Powerhouse Museum Director, Dr Dawn Casey.
AUSTRALIA COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS: A $90 million investment in the visual arts and craft sector has delivered significant benefits to individual artists and arts organisations, according to a report released today by the Australia Council for the Arts.
LUKE GEORGE: As across most art forms, the challenges faced by emerging choreographers probably make their choice of career more of a brave venture than an astute one, especially if their work and efforts in the contemporary dance scene are produced without support or patronage.
OXFAM EXCHANGE FOR CHANGE: From July 29 – 31, Oxfam Australia and CarriageWorks are working together to present 'Exchange for Change', a free three-day festival that will give people the chance to exchange clothes and ideas about how to make fashion more ethically.
CREATIVE INNOVATION: Re-think the future with Edward de Bono and 35 outstanding leaders at Creative Innovation 2010. The world’s most creative thinkers are coming to Melbourne.
STATE OF DESIGN'S Creative Director Lou Weis has been with the festival for a little over six months and has almost quite literally “hit the ground running” since his arrival to the festival.
Gregory Bonasera is a ceramicist with an in depth understanding of the processes utilised in the production of ceramics; a methodical thinker who works more like an industrial designer than a potter to realise his creations and to advise and collaborate with other designers on their projects.
STATE OF DESIGN: Kyoko Osato is a weaver based in Melbourne originally from Japan. She learned how to weave when she studied Textile Design at RMIT in Melbourne majoring in weaving in 2003. Since then she has been designing and weaving textile accessories.
MELBOURNE JUGGLING CONVENTION Call for Participants: As we near the launch of the largest juggling and object manipulation event in Australasia, people from every state of Australia, New Zealand, and right across the world are preparing themselves for the Melbourne Juggling Convention (MJC).
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