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A great way of enriching your own creative process is to be active in seeing different forms of the performing arts. Flashes of inspiration can come from the most unlikely places, whether its the final chord of a symphony orchestra or the attention to detail by a local visual artist, all experiences make a difference in your creative journey. Broaden your sphere of knowledge in the arts and you will find inspiration unfold before you.

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FULL TILT JOUSTING TROUPE

Full tilt are a jousting troupe with trained horses, attention to detail and total disregard for their own safety. With fully armoured knights, caparisoned horses, squire, Ladies and all the other bits and pieces that make up the medieval spectacle, check them out for your next event!

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theprogram.net.au news, events & opportunities

//SA: OPPORTUNITY: Ever Wanted To Be Part Of The Show? - Carclew Youth Arts Centre are calling for volunteers for this year's Adelaide Royal Show
//QLD: OPPORTUNITY: Mr Ichino's Gift Workshop - Queensland artists invited to contribute to a theatrical performance for the Wataboshi Music Festival, celebrating the singing of a special kiln!
//QLD: OPPORTUNITY: The Brisbane Powerhouse and City Council are joining forces to help out community organisations with their networking savvy

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MONDAY SECESSIONS are back in Melbourne + more Secessions news

News from Secession Records: :__ MONDAY SECESSIONS are back!
:__ D3, Garton and Olsen soundscapes at ACMI :__ Black Box - From Drift to Derive - 31 August :__ QUT Lecture - Improvisation in the 21st Century

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Submissions: Taskforce on Live Music & Housing near music venues

In June the State Government announced a Taskforce on Live Music, VicMUSIC applauds this imitative. In July a request went out from the Government for submissions to this Taskforce. To quote from that release: "Musicians, venue operators and residents have been invited to have their say on Melbourne and Victoria's live music scene". If you are a musician, work in the music industry or just love to see live bands then this is your chance to have your voice heard. If you have an opinion or ideas on this issue then put in a submission to: Live Music Taskforce Secretariat, C/o Mr Ashley Admiraal, Department of Sustainability and Environment, Level 20, 80 Collins Street Melbourne VIC 3000 Or email: ashley.admiraal@dse.vic.gov.au : All submissions should be forwarded by end of the second week of August, 2003.

A submission does not need to be a formal or lengthy document, if you have an opinion on the importance of live music or ideas of what can be done to nurture it in this state then this is your chance to have your voice heard. A
submission can be anything, a few paragraphs to a full-on production number
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We don't want to write the submission for you, it will only be of value if it expresses what you think about this issue, but we have been asked if we can provide some suggestions to help people get started, so here they are:

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[syd] short intensive acting courses in Newtown

Short intensive courses giving you skills to help further your acting potential. As an actor, no matter what your level of training or experience, you need to keep your craft sharp and up-to-date. Focus Theatre helps your acting stay in focus by giving you the opportunity to learn essential skills from some of the best teachers in the industry.

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Latest music & projects news from QMusic

Broadcast 58

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RADIO NATIONAL BROADCASTS FROM THE WORLD'S LARGEST BOOK FESTIVAL

From Sunday, 17th August, Radio National's Books and Writing
program features some of the worlds best-known authors. All are recorded at this year's Edinburgh International Book Festival where presenter Ramona Koval is hosting several key events. Radio National's Books and Writing broadcasts these interviews in six programs during August and September

Now celebrating its 20th anniversary, the Edinburgh International

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