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Someone in your network holds the key to your dream job but you will have to pay attention to get it.
Your degree is important but it’s not enough. The arts industry is incredibly competitive so getting work will require using every resource you can muster.
Women - and men - are under increasing pressure to 'lean in' and climb the career ladder. But in the arts taking a break from the climb is sometimes what's needed.
Research shows the skills taught in arts and humanities including communication, critical thinking and presentation are increasing sought by employers.
Working hard is not the same as being effective. Reorient your work style and you can have both ease and achievement.
In a pickle and need some cash? We’ve rounded up seven super-short courses you can do to get a job, fast.
The more income streams you have, the more opportunities you have to make art. The most successful artists can check many, if not all, all of these funding sources.
Becoming an art teacher is an appealing option for artists but jobs are not easy to find.
What is the difference between a workshop and a masterclass – and why should you participate in one?
Empathy, objectivity and a great memory for faces are among the skills you’ll require if you want to work in casting.
Whether you sell your artworks on Etsy, are a freelance circus performer, or a sculptor working solely on commission, according to ATO you are running a business.
As offices reopen and projects resume, make resolutions that enhance your work life rather than worrying about your waistline.
As an artist, you need to learn business skills. But what kind of training is a good use of your limited time and money?
Working in a remote art centre is proving to be a dynamic, viable and rewarding career for visual arts graduates – and young women are at the fore.
A new survey revels that young designers and creatives are more likely to have entrepreneurial ambitions. Here's how to foster business skills to make it on your own.
As artists increasingly identify as small businesses, entrepreneurship training is becoming part of the armoury of creative arts graduates.
Intuitition isn't just for creative work. It also has a place in the way you manage your career.
A sounding board, a warning bell, or a beacon of hope: a mentor can be any or all, but only if you develop the relationship.
The latest demand in the jobs market is a worker with the description of a shirt: organisations are looking for 'T-shaped' workers.
The crucial first step from study to career is a watershed moment. Tertiary teachers and graduates offer their advice.
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