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Veteran pyjama journalist Mel Campbell has her own advice on working from home and it might just mean working out a new style of working to suit the pandemic panic.
As schools close around the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic, working parents are in uncharted territory juggling work while educating their children.
With COVID-19 getting more of us working from home, we looked at some timeless advice on how to freelance in your jammies from editor Jessica Perini.
Comparison, setbacks, expectations and pressures can lead to feeling behind in your arts career. Here's how to sidestep the race and ensure you don't feel stifled.
Three ways to know whether you are really in the arts business or just kidding yourself about your hobby.
Artist Van T Rudd tells ArtsHub about creating images that capture the imagination, and his influences including Beyoncé, Black Lives Matter, and Berlin artist EVOL.
Connectedness, self-care, a playful outlook and finding meaning in difficult experiences can help you bounce back from setbacks.
If you work in the arts, at some point you’re bound to experience the dreaded rut. Kathryn Burnett has some top tips for moving forward the next time your creative juices stop flowing.
Giving new recruits a login and showing them where the toilets are is not enough to make them productive employees.
With over 80,000 followers, internationally-renowned New Zealand artist Mr G (AKA Graham Hoete) knows a thing or two about social media. He discusses authenticity, strategy, and why it’s never a bad thing to put yourself out there.
From group drawing to dissident behaviour, stealing innovation to tricking the brain into being creative, Nicole Velik of The Ideas Bodega offers techniques to super charge your think tank.
No publisher? No problem, says one of New Zealand’s most prolific and profitable authors.
The Chinese-speaking market is perhaps the greatest untapped audience for the arts. Charmaine Wong of Think China Australia tells us how to reach this growing market.
Advice from being goal specific, to understanding the benefits of a residency, are key to making the shortlist.
Burnout is less about time, and more about how you manage your sleep, what you eat and simply, your equilibrium – essentially the fuel that keeps you pumping.
Writing an arts job ad doesn’t have to be a headache. As both a recent applicant and advertiser of jobs, George Dunford has a few tips on writing job ads that stand out.
Wisdom on managing an international career, public art bureaucracy and fatigue from one of the world’s most celebrated artists working with light today.
Filmmaker Markus Stone looks at how to film without a crew by assembling a mobile travel kit of cameras, lights and sound equipment.
A new website designed to help actors plan and prepare for a long-term career has been launched in Sydney.
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.
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