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The fairy tale of a big break is usually only half the story. Years of preparation is often behind an 'overnight success'.
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.
The artists as individual, innovator or iconoclast are Western archetype unhelpful in working with Asian art.
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.
Countless arts projects in Australia-Asia arts projects falter over different understanding of time.
Successful leaders of major performing arts centres in Australia, Singapore, South Korea and NZ juggle financial, political and artistic challenges.
A growing body of research says experiencing or witnessing rudeness can have harmful effects on performance and creativity.
ACMI believes it is the first in the world to appoint a Chief eXperience Officer, a position designed to reimagine the museum visit for the digital age.
Emotional shocks and grief can blow your life apart but they can also be the very thing that connects you to what it is to be human.
Artists have extraordinary power to change the way people think but it takes more than good intentions.
As the Australia Council faces $110 million in lost funding, Deputy Chair Robyn Archer argues for the importance of 'saplings and ground cover' to the resilience she considers the essential skill for the sector.
Online sharing has created new rules of exchange for artists who must find ways of converting followers who like their work into paying customers.
Three ways to know whether you are really in the arts business or just kidding yourself about your hobby.
Prioritising mental health can yield both positive economic and cultural benefits for arts organisations.
Running your own arts company is a dream job for many but it's not all champagne openings and calling the shots. Four of those who have made it to the top share the challenges of actually doing the job.
Positive change only ever happens when you are outside of your comfort zone. Here are some techniques to help make the leap.
Humans are programmed to care about stories so making the most of yours will help market your work.
Quotas? Professional pathways? Clear metrics of success? Arts managers consider a range of options to increase cultural and gender diversity in the arts.
Nothing is stronger than a habit, wrote the Roman poet Ovid. But you have the power to choose what those habits will be.
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