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An inevitable part of being an artist is opening the door to other people’s opinions and criticism.
The right job can support and strengthen your artistic practice.
Being a conservator in a museum or gallery offers big rewards for the big commitment.
Your CV is the first impression you can make to a prospective employer, so it pays to get it right.
Too often creatives and their agents functions as adversaries rather than as part of a powerful symbiotic relationship.
Identifying the time to move on is a key skill in any career and managing that transition is essential for those left behind.
You know exposure doesn't pay the bills but how do you navigate those awkward exchanges where no one mentions money?
A successful blog or community management role has users contacting you 24/7. Here's how to survive.
Blogging is a business anyone can get into but only a few can make pay.
The opportunities for creative professionals to be valued for the way they think are ripe for the taking if they can articulate their value proposition
The news is good for creatives as the World Economic Forum defines the most desirable skills in the coming job market.
Artists get away with more bad behaviour than anyone else in the workplace. It's time to draw the line.
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.
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.
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.
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