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Book cover of The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron, photographed against a background of an oil painting with a calligraphy pen resting on top.
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The Artist’s Way – an invitation to change your life

Julia Cameron's creativity manual is still a global bestseller, three decades after it was first published. Come on the journey…

Career Advice

Back yourself: an honest guide on how to be a creative freelancer

Thinking about going on the 'lance? Valuable advice about diving into the freelance world from an illustrator, a writer and…

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Career Advice

Toolkit for hiring staff

Hire well and you will save yourself a lot of problems later on. ArtsHub looks at the key steps in…

Aerialist Lauren Watson in a scene from 'NERVE'. Photo: Cinnamon Smith. A performer with her leg and arms raised, balancing on her sitting bones. The background is pitch black with soft lights illuminating her body.
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A matter of perception 

Disabled entrepreneurs who choose the arts to engage with their audiences.

People on a theatre stage acting.
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Tickets for Good removing the barriers to cultural experiences

Making tickets cheaper to grow audiences, Tickets for Good partners with the Spektrix platform.

Melvyn Bragg during his speech in the House of Lords, video still. Image: Courtesy of Campaign for the Arts. A British man in his 70s with grey hair and glasses giving a speech among other members in the House of Lords.
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‘The arts are not the cherry on the cake – they are the cake,’ says Melvyn Bragg

In his speech in the House of Lords, Melvyn Bragg advocates for crucial support for the arts in the UK…

Cessalee Stovall delivers a Stage A Change workshop at Darlinghurst Theatre Company. Photo: Amylia Harris. Stovall stands on the right hand side, speaking to a group of people who are sitting around tables. She is a woman with black curly hair tied up in a bun, brown skin, wearing a pink cardigan.
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Perspectives on the concept, craft and currency of community engagement

Forward-thinking performing arts organisations are embracing community engagement in new and expansive ways.

Alison McKay, Untitled, 2017, Sand and nails on wooden stand. Image: Supplied. An artwork consisting of a tiny precarious plinth with nails hammered into the top, and loose damp sand surrounding the nails.
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Why is the art world still married to meritocracy?

Part lottery, part systematic exclusion: three artists speak about the limitations of the meritocratic approach, and imagine how the art…

Young man in spectacles wearing turtleneck and blazer sits on floor balancing a laptop on knees, with a backpack at his side.
Education & Student News

10 tips for combining work and study in the arts

Be realistic and get organised. From timeboxing to flexible jobs, these ideas will help you find balance and reduce the…

Leave. Adam Wheeler speaks of moving back to Tasmania after 17 years in Melbourne. Image: ‘Body Body Commodity’ by Jenni Large and Tasdance. Photo: Gabriel Comerford. Three dancers on a dark stage wear pastel-coloured leotards and play with large shape forms on their bodies, while in the background a solo violinist is spotlit.
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To leave, or not to leave – this is the question

Three creatives reveal how the grass is greener where you water it, and how their arts practices were enhanced by…

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