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Happy Magâ€™s inaugural Needle in the Hay competition could give you the chance to have your music pressed onto 250 copies of vinyl, or win some great tech prizes.Â Happy have partnered up with Zenith Records, Audio-Technica, JBL, Young Henrys and …
Carindale Connect and B4C are on the look out for artists for their up and coming Sustainability and the Natural Environment exhibition inspired by raising awareness for the Sustainability Centre at Carindale.
Read on to find out how you can apply.
Aspire Gallery is calling all talented artists for its Petite Pieces Art Competition, which will give its two winners room to showcase their work at either Aspire Gallery or Substation Gallery, in the opportunity to expose them to an array of interested buyers and the public.
This is a great opportunity to get your work known and on display at both these reputable galleries.
Celebrating 26 years of the spectacular French film festival, collaborators with Peugeot Australia have announced their short film competition.
Foxtel have come under scrutiny in past years for their failure to remain competitively priced on their most popular content. Now that Foxtelâ€™s Presto has been dropped in price, will we see more competition between the major players?
The deadline for the Queensland University of Technologyâ€™s annual Creative3 PitchÂ is this August and it could be your chance to propose an innovative creative business idea to invited investors including Australiaâ€™s only dedicated Creative Enterprise Fund.
Choristers spread amongst the orchestra, influencing notes, and taking control of the arrangement, it defies every principle of musical performance, and almost renders the composer irrelevant. This is what the Queensland Symphony Orchestra is giving audiences when Ghosts in the OrchestraÂ premieres on Saturday, August 9.
‘All the world’s a stage’ is the theme for Sartre Magazine‘s very first photography section.
More often than not, some filmmakers can feel uninspired due to their lack of equipment.
Fortunately for them, other filmmakers have recognised peoplesâ€™ talent can shine through different quality mediums.
According to the iPhone Film Festival website, â€œthe …