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Has your creativity left you confined and defined? Verity Johnson looks at how we make the mistake of feeling trapped in silos and how to get out of them.
Struggling to juggle a personal life and a day job around your creative outlets? Some straight-up solutions to an all too familiar problem.
In a first, Adlington as CEO of a peak arts organisation will split his role between a regional home office and Sydney headquarters, turning a COVID adaptation into a new professional model for the sector.
Online conferences were great for shy people, but now in-person events are back. Brush up on your social skills and be brave, says Media Mentor Esther Coleman-Hawkins.
Boardroom etiquette is typically formal. Is that a good thing? A panel of improv-theatre makers and CEOs suggest otherwise, in a recent panel at Pause Festival.
Are you super good at procrastinating? Writer Verity Johnson says science is on your side when explaining the benefit of down time.
The theatre sector needs a trauma-responsive rehearsal process, argues community-engaged artist Claire K. Redfield.
A dancer, a pianist and a vocal coach discuss the benefits of fitness on their respective practices.
A successful blog or community management role has users contacting you 24/7. Here's how to survive.
As we emerge from our COVID-induced hibernation, it’s time to embrace some old-school networking in the real world. Here are some tips to help you do it.
Since COVID-19, the virtual job interview has become de rigueur. We talk with ANAT, an organisation that has recently appointed several arts professionals this way, to garner their tips and advice on getting it right.
Are you guilty of hiring or working with talent who always brings trouble? Verity Johnson breaks down a question every creative should ask.
From sound designers and circus riggers to artistic directors and general managers, this popular series looks at a range of arts careers and the skills they require.
Jump in puddles, find efficiency, and address unrealistic timeframes. This is how artists and creatives get things done.
If you’re a talented problem solver, passionate about the music industry and keen to help artists go far, then a career in artist management may be for you.
New students at our elite training institutions often have to undo the damage of bad amateur training before they can progress to professional level.
If you're organised, a good listener, good humoured and comfortable sitting with fear, being a producer might be the job for you, according to Perth Festival's Anna Kosky.
New interim directors for Montsalvat, a new CEO for No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability, board for new Arts Capital announced, and other announcements.
As 2020 closes, we look back at this article by Madeleine Dore who argues that courage more than confidence is what's needed for success in the arts. Perhaps now more than ever as we emerge from the pandemic?
For ArtsHub's 20th anniversary, we look back and ask: are the arts facing the same degree of bullying, or have we become more vocal in standing up for our rights in the workplace as artists?
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