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Canberra’s Segue Festival aims to strengthen cultural ties between Europe and Australia, providing benefits for artists and audiences alike.
Why cultural entrepreneurship works in our times of funding cuts, and tips from the experts on how to navigate new pathways to innovative partnerships.
The pressure on board members to write large cheques may prevent arts organisations accessing valuable talent.
Fluctuating workloads and financial pressure is a recipe for burnout in freelancers. We've collected strategies to help identify and defeat burning out.
The chairs who run arts boards are usually corporate successes and often rich and powerful. But that doesn't necessarily mean they are good at the job.
Knowing what other creative practitioners are doing is essential to pitching your own marketing.
Tips and ideas from sector colleagues to keep you inspired in an ongoing role.
Arts industry figures share their stories about knowing when it's time to seek the next challenge, and how to handle the process of moving on.
Planning isn't the first thing that comes to mind for those who enjoy a spontaneous lifestyle. But for artists and freelances, it can be the key to freedom.
When you are a child actor, chubby means cute. When you hit adolescence, it can be agony. And as an adult...
Using the people around you in your art may test whether you care more about your creative work or your relationships.
Going to work in a prison revived this theatre-maker and reminded him why he makes theatre.
Should being busy really be a badge of honour? The mounting pressure for artists to create more, more, more may prove detrimental to creative output.
As a freelancer you don’t have the power to set the agenda and you can’t afford to argue with those who do. But there are still ways of influencing the outcomes.
Opinions & Analysis
Letting your art speak for itself is a luxury you probably can’t afford. Confident public speaking on and offstage increases your opportunities to work.
Bits & Blogs
If you want to use Facebook, Twitter or Instagram to promote your art or arts organisation, you need to use these tools but avoid the traps.
A well-written bio does more than list your accomplishments. It makes readers curious.
Giving new recruits a login and showing them where the toilets are is not enough to make them productive employees.
Life as a digital nomad takes a little more than a laptop and a Lonely Planet guide.
Writers and artists have always had erratic work. But the casualisation of the workforce means arts managers and curators do too.
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