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Traditional values or cutting edge originality? Creative momentum or red carpet status? What does your potential business partner want?
There is no clear career structure for arts managers but there are things you can do to maximise opportunities.
Get out of the office. Learn something. Network. Come back inspired.
Missing out on an offer to study in 2015 may feel like the end of the world. It's not.
Profit share agreements may be old hat, but an Australian video game studio has coined a new way of working.
What makes a business-arts partnership work? Great examples provide some clues.
Running a major company is the goal of many a freelance director, but how do you get there from here?
Plans, personnel, the right project – a number of ingredients are required when setting up a new theatre company.
Businesses like BP and Transfield look like great partners for arts organisations. But if you don't ensure genuine common interest with your artists and audiences you could face a public relations nightmare.
Increasing professionalisation of the arts is stymying the ability of artists to take control of their sector.
Demonstrating worth, not need, was the key to convincing the WA Government to invest in a new museum.
The upbeat theme of optimism brought 250 international museum professionals to Sydney this week for the Communicating the Museum conference. They shared good news for cultural industries.
Artists can excel when working collaboratively, with many taking the leap to create an interdisciplinary space of their own. But what makes an Artist Run Initiative a success?
More people are listening to podcasts than ever before, but how do you cut through the noise to get your podcast heard?
Quantifying your impact can boost your arts organisation but you need to know what you are doing.
Your web site is your face to the world. Most people, when they hear about you, will immediately go to your web site to check you out.
Part-athlete, part-artist, performers place enormous demands on their bodies so physical training and good nutrition need to be on the curriculum in arts education.
Artists and organisations living outside the Sydney-Melbourne axis can sometimes feel overlooked, but isolation also has its advantages.
Many creative people are tapping into the power of meditation, both in the workplace and in artistic practice.
The British critic James Agate once unkindly defined a theatre director as ‘a person engaged by the management to conceal the fact that the players cannot act’. That's not how directors see it.
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