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Artists aren’t the problem when it comes to self-care; it’s the culture we work in which damages people. It’s time to change that.
We learn by failing, but rarely talk about it. Here, artists and arts workers from diverse sectors reflect on what their mistakes have taught them.
From indie artists to state companies, even the most skilled arts administrators are sometimes faced with catastrophe. What can we learn from disaster?
Arts organisations are ‘snow blind’ with demographic data that fails to explain what really makes audiences buy tickets. There is a smarter alternative.
Monetising your art might kill your creativity.
A new kind of gallery space is emerging, straddling the distance between the traditional commercial gallery and the artist-run not-for-profit.
Young workers expect older colleagues to get out of the way, freeing up jobs and ceding key cultural spaces.
Some of the world's most successful people read voraciously. But can mere mortals do it too?
You can't future proof your job but you can prepare yourself to thrive in the work economy of the future.
From gallery openings to the ritual of post-show drinks, alcohol saturates the arts. How can we lessen the damage grog is doing to our sector?
The psychological benefits of art work best when audiences slow down but galleries struggle to stop the rush.
The arts like to think of themselves as the heart of originality but perhaps we can learn from info tech, design and even banking when it comes to innovation.
Museum Victoria consulted more than 600 experts to create its new Children's Gallery and 500 of them were kids. Now the children's insights are being used in adult spaces.
We know people are more likely to hire people like themselves. So how do we break a pattern where Artistic Directors and Gallery Directors are mostly male, even though women are the majority of arts industry workers?
A wealth of fabulous, modest films race out after the Oscars, along with Jasper Jones and David Stratton.
Funding programs such as Catalyst encourage cross-cultural collaboration, but there’s more than language barriers to consider when embarking on such projects.
For a touring production, every sequin, wig and set is packed, tracked and shipped around the country.
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