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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.
As the first Aboriginal Australian to attend Oxford and one of our most prominent artists, Christian Thompson has valuable advice for artists on constructing a strategic career.
In the age of the mash-up, adaptations, reappropriations and covers can provide a more viable stream of work than doing your own thing.
Doing too much can give you an adrenaline rush but it comes at a long term cost.
Television writing is sometimes seen as a poor cousin to book writing. But the present surge in televisual storytelling makes it a potentially profitable alternative.
More than most fields, success in the arts depends on having the confidence to choose your own path and stick to it.
Most jobs require a bunch of competencies that are not part of the core skill set but are essential to a viable career.
Juggling multiple roles isn't necessarily a compromise. The newly coined role of 'hyphenate' can be a thoughtful career choice.
Actors must be experts not just in acting but in how they approach an audition and that means developing detachment from the outcome.
Donors give because their values align with the company’s values, so philanthropy managers need to identify the values they can share with potential donors.
The ability to manage donors and elicit generous contributions is among the sought-after skills in arts management. The Philanthropy Director who has raised $80 m for Australian Ballet shares what you need.
Advances and word rates have plummeted so it takes many income streams to make a living as a writer.
We hear often about successful creative pairings but there are also pitfalls that can derail a project. Avoid these three traps.
The fairy tale of a big break is usually only half the story. Years of preparation is often behind an 'overnight success'.
Every leader is one of three things: an inspiring mentor, a forgettable blip, or a terrible story that colleagues tell to get a laugh at the bar. Directors prompt a lot of bar stories.
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 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.
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