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Digital space needs to utilised at every level of an arts organisation, from creative to marketing and funding.
This simple hack is one of a group that could produce more effective marketing and ticket sales without spending a cent.
Try this simple exercise and you could turn around ineffective promotion of your next show, book or exhibition.
Get your creative juices flowing when you write a business plan. It doesn't matter if they leave stains.
Post-Budget anxiety has thrown up a sense of division between majors and the small-to-medium sector. In an age of uncertainty how do we get more joined-up thinking that acknowledges the symbiotic relationship between them?
Inspiration off the rails? Try these quick techniques to get your mind back on track to a winning creative business.
As the Australia Council faces $110 million in lost funding, Deputy Chair Robyn Archer argues for the importance of 'saplings and ground cover' to the resilience she considers the essential skill for the sector.
The desire to make a difference will drive discussion in a panel on how arts and artists change communities.
Practical skills are in high demand among those working in creative careers and arts organisations.
The ArtsHub Conference brings the arts sector’s online hub alive for a day. To explain why that matters we asked last year’s attendees and this year’s speakers. Inspiration, networking opportunities and practical advice were consistent themes.
Four leading arts professionals will set the agenda for ArtsHub2015, sharing the insights that have enabled them to reach the top of the industry.
For a visual take on the information, innovation and inspiration of ArtsHub 2014, check out these graphic recordings.
Get out of the echo chamber and listen to those on the other side of the giving equation to understand the best approaches to fundraising.
Artbank Director Tony Stephens started his career as a plumber. Now he runs Australia's largest contemporary art rental collection.
Her experience in Christchurch after the earthquakes showed Steph Walker why arts matter so much to community.
The old rules won’t necessarily work with a new generation of donors employing different funding structures.
ArtsHub's inaugural conference drew together 180 members of the arts industries with popular topics including artistic vibrancy, philanthropy and career paths.
Donors are younger, savvier and using a new raft of techniques and vehicles in deciding how they support not-for-profits.
The Australia Council CEO explained a radical initiative to measure intangibles when he launched it at the ArtsHub Conference.
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