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Advice for aspiring designers and visual artists on how to move from concept to design realisation.
Living outside a major metropolitan centre can liberate artists and organisations alike, allowing them to escape from the influence of group-think and fashion.
Costume makers turn 2D into 3D in a career path that can combine performance, film and visual art.
Industry secrets from an experienced practitioner.
Artists are invited to reinvent an iconic slice of Melbourne and activate St Kilda as a cultural centre.
Apart from documentaries and public screenings, here are some of the interesting ways ABC archival collections have been used across film, exhibitions, and in creative practice.
To find out how to make the most of an artist residency, we asked Wesley Enoch about his time at Bundanon Trust.
Why cultural entrepreneurship works in our times of funding cuts, and tips from the experts on how to navigate new pathways to innovative partnerships.
With the rise of the multi-passionate and the portfolio career, arts professionals are looking to diversify their skills. Here's how at Shillington College.
Art & About Sydney is eschewing the festival format, providing up to $85,000 per project to transform the city year round.
Tasmania’s famed Museum of Old and New Art’s highly awaited 2016 Festival of Music and Art will take on a new format this summer, returning to Mona for a long weekend of non-stop music, art and performance.
You're invited into homes designed by the world's most dynamic architects currently on display at the Museum of Sydney.
Calling all artists age 18-30 exploring the medium of painting, printing or drawing: entries close for the Lloyd Rees Memorial Youth Art Award on August 1 2015.
Step through the toyshop doors and enter a world of whimsy, nostalgia and fun with Toys through Time at the Museum of Sydney.
The British Council’s exchange programs play a vital role in developing the careers of Australian creative practitioners.
The British Council is ideally placed to draw on the UK’s global leadership in Inclusivity arts policy and practice.
Through its ACCELERATE program the British Council nurtures the leadership potential of Indigenous high achievers in the arts.
British Council’s new program ELEVATE will bring creative thinkers together to find innovative solutions to practical challenges.
The British Council in Australia plays a vital role in fostering cultural leadership and helping local creative talent to make a mark internationally.
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