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Staying strong while working in the arts

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Stephanie Eslake

Six strategies to assist arts practitioners in achieving a healthier professional life.

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About the author

Stephanie Eslake is a writer and editor who won the City of Hobart Australia Day 2017 Young Citizen of the Year Award for her contributions to arts journalism. She was also a finalist in the 2017 Tasmanian Young Achiever of the Year Awards (2016 semi-finalist), and is the inaugural 2017 Kill Your Darlings New Critic Award winner.

Stephanie has degrees in media and music and has written for Limelight Magazine, The Music, Aphra Magazine, RendezView, and Warp Magazine among other leading Australian publications; and has produced radio and podcast features. She has worked as a staff writer at The Mercury, and Marketing and Communications Manager at the Tasmanian Writers Centre. She currently works as Co-editor and Publications Mentor through the Hobart City Council's Platform youth arts and culture magazine; and runs CutCommon (, an online magazine for young classical musicians which she founded in 2014. CutCommon is shortlisted for the Classical:NEXT 2017 Innovation Award.