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From getting the script right to tone and presenting style, the team behind hit crime podcast Trace explain how their pioneering series became a success. It's a great take on the art of documentary.
Three creative entrepreneurs – the founders of Parlour Gigs, Underground Cinema and Envato – share how they got started; how they got funding, and how you stay on track.
A New Approach appoints Program Director; new Curator for Ian Potter; new Executive Director for Queer Film Festival, and a shuffle in the top end.
Research, rehearsal, performance and winding down: Lex Marinos shares an insider's view of life as a jobbing actor.
ABC loses Current Affairs veteran.
Perth-born New York-based artist Ian Strange offers advice on how to go it solo without a gallery and how to find your support tribe.
In the arts, retirement is often not an option.
Television writing is sometimes seen as a poor cousin to book writing. But the present surge in televisual storytelling makes it a potentially profitable alternative.
Workshops sharing skills are big business. Master teaching and you can build a reliable revenue stream to support your creative practice.
Having multiple passions and interests is often seen as a negative trait when we are expected to finesse our skills and streamline our careers. But here is how to embrace various passions to get something started.
Know how to find an agent who will help who will help your career without fleecing you.
Research on sportspeople shows the power of this technique. It can be applied just as effectively to building an arts career.
Positive change only ever happens when you are outside of your comfort zone. Here are some techniques to help make the leap.
Recent appointments and position openings for key cultural institutions in Australia and abroad have sparked conversation around taking leaps within the arts sector.
Schedule a daily meeting with your inner CEO and you can apply the rigour an external manager would bring to your arts business.
Humans are programmed to care about stories so making the most of yours will help market your work.
Don’t wait for someone else to give you a job. A personal project may be the opportunity you need.
Nothing is stronger than a habit, wrote the Roman poet Ovid. But you have the power to choose what those habits will be.
You probably know you should have a business plan. Did you know you might need two?
As Arts editor of the Sydney Morning Herald Joel Meares is used to fending off publicists but promoting his own book has reminded him of the skills great publicists cultivate.
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