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There is no clear career structure for arts managers but there are things you can do to maximise opportunities.
Businesses like BP and Transfield look like great partners for arts organisations. But if you don't ensure genuine common interest with your artists and audiences you could face a public relations nightmare.
The upbeat theme of optimism brought 250 international museum professionals to Sydney this week for the Communicating the Museum conference. They shared good news for cultural industries.
Your web site is your face to the world. Most people, when they hear about you, will immediately go to your web site to check you out.
Many creative people are tapping into the power of meditation, both in the workplace and in artistic practice.
Social media opens up amazing opportunities for arts businesses to create massive reach, build buzz and drive ticket sales.
No arts business can afford to miss the opportunities to build audiences and engagement that can be leveraged from effective digital marketing.
Deloitte is one of the Big 4 accounting firms, home to the world's top number crunchers. But with a background in music, poetry and photography the career path of its Chief Marketing Officer owes more to arts than accounting.
You’re mad if you don’t. You are paying your way to the table with the world’s great museum communicators including MoMA, the Louvre, the Getty, the Tate and more.
Instead of investing half their energy in keeping their sexuality a secret, out gay and lesbian performers can focus more fully on their craft.
If you have been wondering how your ability to perceive the world in pictures can get you a job, it's time to discover the world of graphic recording.
The world is unlikely to hear about your genius if it doesn’t leave your bedroom. But are you using every technique available to get your career on the radar of the powerful?
Working a regular job can be a straitjacket but for many creative types – a daily routine by is an enabler that facilitates, rather than inhibits, creative output.
With the retirement of Ron Radford from the NGA, one of the top visual arts jobs in the country is open. Who are the likely candidates to shape our National Gallery?
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.
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.
Famous creatives from Danielle Steel to Peter Carey started their writing careers as copywriters – why not you?
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