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Common procrastination myths are busted in Catherine Deveny's latest book of writing advice.
People make the day to day possible in the arts, but what happens when those personal relationships break down?
Access isn't just about ramps and doorways, it's also a new way of thinking about audiences that has ramifications for the way artists work.
Aged care facilities may be the next theatres, with an in-built audience ripe for cultural stimulation.
A bricklayer at a barbie held the key to turning the tragedy of asbestos into Dust, a dramatic case study in social change art
Lisa Havilah explains why cultural institutions should be radical and participatory, and shares her secrets to success.
In the old model artistic directors came up with risky ideas and boards applied brakes. But smart governance likes a little danger.
A gap in opportunities and various pressures raise the question of how we can better support artists through what can often be a mid-career slump.
Canberra’s Segue Festival aims to strengthen cultural ties between Europe and Australia, providing benefits for artists and audiences alike.
The pressure on board members to write large cheques may prevent arts organisations accessing valuable talent.
Knowing what other creative practitioners are doing is essential to pitching your own marketing.
From the funding crisis and art criticism, to the importance of artists in politics, 2400 years on the Greek philosopher imparts lessons for the art practitioner and sector.
Co-Artistic Director of the 2016 Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Eddie Perfect, reflects on the art form’s health and what the festival is doing to foster the next generation.
A culture of the show must go on means people attend work when they shouldn’t, impacting the health of individuals and organisations.
Time-poor arts administrators get a little help on how to prioritise brand and business models for success.
Giving up gets a bad rap, but learning to let go without guilt can benefit your art and career.
Addiction to our devices is impacting our relationships, conversations, mental health, and creativity. Try these simple ideas to switch off over the long weekend.
There’s been a feminist revolution since Cyril Connolly declared the pram in the hall the enemy of good art. Now sometimes it can be the bearer of opportunity.
As a culture that worships individual creativity and sniffs at 'family values', the arts can be startlingly cruel to a mother returning to work.
Australian comedians respond to the question: what’s the best and worst thing about forging a career in comedy?
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