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The pressing need to create culturally inclusive workplaces is detailed in a recent report released by Diversity Arts Australia.
With any new idea, creative direction, or career path, there are common blocks that stand in our way. Madeleine Dore shares tips on overcoming procrastination, self-doubt and distraction to get started.
Fresh from a gruelling national tour of Prize Fighter, theatre-maker and physiotherapist Margi Brown Ash discusses the importance of ‘selves-care’ – collective self-care among an ensemble.
Branded podcasts that are intimate, personal and connect with audiences on a deeper level are the ones headed for success, say industry leaders.
Does alcohol lubricate our creativity or stifle our best work? Creatives weigh in on how sober stints have impacted their creative process and offer advice for rethinking your relationship with alcohol.
Your colleagues aren't dinosaurs - it's the routines of your workplace that prevent change from taking place.
Physical theatre artist Debra Batton has had a long and varied career. ArtsHub spoke with Batton about her career journey, the lessons she has learnt, and the philosophy behind her art-making.
Creatives on twitter demonstrate the reality of rejection in the arts, sharing their failures to reveal that for many, success is what happens after rejection.
Research shows that when employees can’t concentrate, they tend to communicate less. They may even become indifferent to their coworkers.
From public figure to anonymous creator and back again, Marieke Hardy stepped into the public sphere as Artistic Director of one of Australia's biggest writers' festivals. Here's what she said about the experience.
The arts sector can sometimes feel cut-throat, with qualities such as vulnerability, sensitivity and kindness coming a poor second to competitiveness. Artists, writers, musicians and arts publicists share how being good and kind can be wearing, but worth it.
The team behind LGBT audio drama 'Love and Luck' explain how they created a successful podcast that celebrates diversity, accessibility and, most importantly, love.
Access is not only something for presenters to address. As successful works are created and mounted by diverse artists, it's also become an integral part of creative practice.
When you call a plumber do you stop and think "is this person getting paid?" No, because we have labour laws that ensure people are paid for their work. So why do we seem to accept that a different standard applies to workers in the creative industries?
Sponsorships are not philanthropic donations – they are business investments from which companies want a return. We ask major sponsors what's in the deal for them.
Working on the festival circuit is like a fairground ride: fast paced and exhilarating, but also exhausting and hard to jump off.
Comedy festival season is in full swing, so we asked a few comedians to share their creative processes and tips for writing comedy.
Leading by example, the Executive Director of Arts Access Victoria has stepped down from her role in order to make way for a person with a disability. She has called for others to do the same.
Choreographers, playwrights and arts administrators all benefit from development programs, of which there are a diverse range on offer around the country.
Forget talent, luck or even confidence – it may be courage that determines your aptitude for success in the creative industries.
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