The British Council is calling for entries to its annual ’Realise Your Dream’ competition open to Australians in the arts and creative industries. Realise Your Dream gives talented Australians the opportunity to further their career in the UK, providing financial and professional support to the competition winners. The competition is open to emerging practitioners working […]
June 9th, 2009
The British Council is calling for entries to its annual ’Realise Your Dream’ competition open to Australians in the arts and creative industries.
Realise Your Dream gives talented Australians the opportunity to further their career in the UK, providing financial and professional support to the competition winners.
The competition is open to emerging practitioners working or studying in creative industries including design and architecture. Five winners will be flown to the UK with $8,000 for expenses.
“Most importantly, the British Council taps its network of the UK’s finest creatives to help craft a tailored professional development programme and to open the doors the winners need most to further their career.”
Entries close Friday 3 July. Click here to enter or find out more.
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