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You don't have to be dealing with overtly controversial issues to create work that agitates and activates.
When you are a child actor, chubby means cute. When you hit adolescence, it can be agony. And as an adult...
Career-building isn't all skills and it isn't just who you know. Self-awareness can make your attitude and approach a tangible asset.
From providing temporary office space to enabling new performance contexts, the resources of a major can be a godsend for a small to medium arts organisation.
Play isn't just for the kids. Knowing - or remembering - how to play can spark creativity and improve our approach to work.
The path to making socially engaged art is paved with questions that a creative practitioner must ask themselves.
Theatre practitioners are experts in hearing and telling stories and that's exactly what courts need in mediation proceedings.
Sharing office space with independent creatives or other businesses can be productive, stimulating and economical.
Increased arts funding in Victoria is on the agenda for the Minister, delegates at ArtsHub 2016 Conference were promised.
To produce exceptional art, artists need exceptions from the rules of general society, a leading artistic director told the ArtsHub Conference.
A dancer, a pianist and a vocal coach discuss the benefits of fitness on their respective practices.
Emerging writers, producers and theatre makers share their thoughts on the value of mentors and how you can get one.
Using the people around you in your art may test whether you care more about your creative work or your relationships.
Going to work in a prison revived this theatre-maker and reminded him why he makes theatre.
Should being busy really be a badge of honour? The mounting pressure for artists to create more, more, more may prove detrimental to creative output.
Valuing, budgeting and saving time as if it is money is essential in the arts, where time is our most valuable resource.
Your choice of friends doesn't just determine your company for Friday night drinks. It may also determine whether you make it to a career in the arts.
The less money you have the more you think about it. Artists reveal the self-talk that saves their sanity.
The Internet is the new phone book but if you want to be found you need to construct your online life carefully.
Despite being a tired industry buzzword, networking does create real opportunities. We ask industry experts how to boost your skills to have better conversations and connection.
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