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It’s OK if you have a little cry in lockdown. You’re grieving

Neeraja Sanmuhanathan writes about disenfranchised grief, described as a loss not 'openly acknowledged, socially validated, or publicly mourned'.

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Creative career progression in the arts

Why leave an organisation you love if a new role, and a new challenge, can be created for you internally,…

Career Advice

Get on Board: how governance experience can help you and the sector

If you’re interested in joining the board of an arts organisation but not sure where to start, here are some…

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The time is now: Climate awareness in museums is a must

CIMAM’s toolkit offers strategies and resources for museums to reduce their carbon footprint.

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What do screen students want? Some answers from VCA and Griffith

While students play with their new tools, teachers pick the true artists, and watch them learn the strength to compromise.

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Why we need a fresh approach to arts advocacy

In a call to arms for reinvigorated arts advocacy, John Daley looks at how politicians are out of step with…

Features

Digital is here to stay: how funders can support artists in the post-COVID landscape

With snap lockdowns and hybrid events part of the new normal Dr Jackie Bailey sees an opportunity for the creative…

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The essential job interview question to ask (from the archives)

When conducting job interviews, often it's a curly question that reveals the person who's the best cultural fit for your…

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