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A new study suggests that informal music-making with very young children can lead to better attention and emotion regulation by the age of five.
In June this year one of Australia’s most innovative women directors died of breast cancer. Chances are you’ve never heard of her.
Most jobs require a bunch of competencies that are not part of the core skill set but are essential to a viable career.
Juggling multiple roles isn't necessarily a compromise. The newly coined role of 'hyphenate' can be a thoughtful career choice.
Matilda The Musical and the young actors who play her project a culture that values confidence and capability not childhood innocence.
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Technology is giving audiences back their voice, prompting some theatre companies to embrace their digital critics.
Streaming has overtaken physical formats as the number one way music is consumed but are creators getting a fair share?
Actors must be experts not just in acting but in how they approach an audition and that means developing detachment from the outcome.
Donors give because their values align with the company’s values, so philanthropy managers need to identify the values they can share with potential donors.
The ability to manage donors and elicit generous contributions is among the sought-after skills in arts management. The Philanthropy Director who has raised $80 m for Australian Ballet shares what you need.
Tap into arts-focused online platforms to access materials, administrative support, spaces and customers in a dynamic global economy.
It can be awkward to ask for money you are worth but if you don't, there is a queue of event organisers ready to ask you to work just for 'exposure'.
We hear often about successful creative pairings but there are also pitfalls that can derail a project. Avoid these three traps.
Every leader is one of three things: an inspiring mentor, a forgettable blip, or a terrible story that colleagues tell to get a laugh at the bar. Directors prompt a lot of bar stories.
Photographers often take thousands of images in a shoot. How do you find the single one to become your show's poster child?
How does a manager balance the individualism needed for elite performance with the collectivism of an ensemble? A little help from workplace management helps.
A VIP pass on the festival circuit with hundreds of top international artists sounds glamorous. Months living out of a suitcase, not so much.
Research on sportspeople shows the power of this technique. It can be applied just as effectively to building an arts career.
Were any arts funding bodies or philanthropists brave enough to implement these suggestions from the US they might come close to getting what they actually want.
The cost of travelling to the world’s largest arts festival is outweighed by an opportunity that has launched John Cleese, Hugh Laurie, Ricky Gervais and Stephen Fry.
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