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The NSW government is recognising creative practitioners may need a helping hand with the business side of their career.
Everything you need to know about arts salaries, career drivers, job satisfaction, funding and future outlook perceptions, from the inaugural ArtsHub Salary Survey Report.
The inaugural ArtsHub 2013/14 Salary Survey Report is the definitive online guide to UK arts industry salaries, career drivers, job satisfaction, funding and future outlook perceptions.
The British Council has announced the five winners of the 2013 Realise Your Dream Awards.
Social media has changed the way recruitment works. Both recruiters and job seekers can gain from social media networks and tools.
A US education site has analysed the growth areas for art and design graduates, finding graduates choosing the old career of interior design will probably have more job opportunities than multimedia artists.
Fringe festivals are popping up everywhere and more popular than many of the curated arts festivals. Audiences love seeing new work by upcoming artists, with the work accessible and affordable. For many artists it’s where their careers start.
The new media environment has cut a swathe through another major publisher, with 75 redundancies expected across the country.
Do self-publishing companies like Blurb just take photographer’s money, or can they help build creative careers?
There are not enough jobs for designers and that's only part of the problem for those wanting to make it in the industry.
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Famous creatives from Danielle Steel to Peter Carey started their writing careers as copywriters – why not you?
A massive cultural precinct development in Hong Kong promises jobs for museum, theatre and visual arts professionals.
The mobility of an arts career is an advantage but re-establishing yourself can be another full-time job.
A 30th birthday is a target many people set themselves for making it in an arts career. But is it realistic?
Renowned Cornwall artist Graham Ovenden faces trial for sexually abusing young girls who posed for him earlier in his career.
What do you do when you get a new job? Flip your boss the bird and cartwheel out of the office?
If we want more money for the arts, we need to create a public culture in which the arts have at least the same status in the political world as jobs.
You might think you’ve achieved a lot in your life, but narrowing the list down to one stellar example could be just the thing to help you nab your next job.
Following the 2008 economic downturn and a strong Canadian dollar, the Cirque du Soleil will cut 400 jobs.
Performers train for years and rehearse for weeks. Is it too much to expect a little effort from audiences? Share these tips with your ticket-holders.
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