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Delight is that elusive quality that can reboot your mental health, according to The Rumpus' Caitlin Marshall.
Isolation has become our new normal because of COVID-19, but psychologist Trisnasari Fraser argues that random acts of corona-kindness may be just what you need to build up your motivation again.
If you feel like you've been in survival mode during this pandemic, you're not alone. The Window of Tolerance is designed to help when things feel out of control and ease you back into a calmer state, according to The Rumpus.
The European salon has much to offer the arts – from better discourse to ways to disagree – argues John Armstrong.
The way a company's board operates can mean success or failure for a business. A previous SAMAG panel discussion struck a chord with many in discussing this topic.
Artists have a unique connection to spirituality though they are wary about talking about it, according to Dr Jackie Bailey.
While science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) graduates are a focus of Education minister Dan Tehan’s reforms, not all STEM graduates have above-average employment outcomes.
Ever wondered about SEO? Or using social media to promote your artwork? Our second video in this series looks at how to get your art found by search engines and the arts community.
COVID-19 has impacted most heavily on those who were already systemically underserved or excluded. With a global call for change more urgent than it has ever been, what actions can we take to make the arts more culturally safe?
Not-working can create discomfort for many of us who are used to perpetual doing. Learning about the four inertial archetypes may teach us about our own relationship to drifting, boredom and embracing a pause, enforced or otherwise.
Tired of being told to be more mindful? Dr Jackie Bailey believes we can sneak mindfulness into our days for greater calm and creativity.
As some return to the work – and others continue to face unemployment – we take a look at perils of age discrimination and perception of vulnerability in the post-AOVID-19 workplace.
There are a wealth of opportunities when it comes to growing your social media accounts, but what are the absolute dos and don'ts?
COVID-19 has made it hard for artists seeking professional development opportunities. We look at advice for those who have been financially penalised in the wake of cancelled residencies.
From folding laundry to going on ‘state of emergency’ walks, creatives share how small and simple actions are providing ballast against uncertainty, grief and chaos.
Motherhood can often mean reassessing your career and surrendering to the demands of small children.
In the face of campus closures across Australia due to the coronavirus, 2019 graduates are being honoured in a different way.
After leaving her role as AD of Emerging Writers' Festival, Roberts-Orr reflects on her career highlights and the next challenge.
Be it leaning into routine, allowing for the discomfort or finding rest, navigating this profound shift to daily lives looks different for everyone in the arts and beyond. Here’s some ideas on how to find what works for you.
In a first nationally, women hold the seats across three tiers of leadership within the arts in Tasmania – and the rest of us should be taking note.
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