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If you want to use Facebook, Twitter or Instagram to promote your art or arts organisation, you need to use these tools but avoid the traps.
If you can overcome fear 2016 could be a 'leap year' in more than a calendar sense.
A well-written bio does more than list your accomplishments. It makes readers curious.
Giving new recruits a login and showing them where the toilets are is not enough to make them productive employees.
Will you ever be able to retire? The arts industry is filled with people with inadequate superannuation who need these techniques.
There are no quick fixes to becoming resilient, but these five easy steps may make your working life a little lighter
Life as a digital nomad takes a little more than a laptop and a Lonely Planet guide.
Writers and artists have always had erratic work. But the casualisation of the workforce means arts managers and curators do too.
Resources are shrinking and there is never enough time, but we have collected advice on how to develop strategies to better manage and value one of our most precious resources.
Think your music degree is only useful for performance? Think again. Tune your resume for success in the wider world and manage your money with savvy financial planning.
The Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM) is an annual chance to showcase your wares. A gig on the official program is the holy grail but there are many other ways you can work the room.
Leadership is a different game from managing and doing. It is a way of being much more than a job title.
When running an arts organisation, the board of directors can be your inspiration or your bête noire.
In the age of the mash-up, adaptations, reappropriations and covers can provide a more viable stream of work than doing your own thing.
Doing too much can give you an adrenaline rush but it comes at a long term cost.
More than most fields, success in the arts depends on having the confidence to choose your own path and stick to it.
Young creatives have an opportunity to seek advice from feminist role models about pursuing and navigating a career of your own making.
Most jobs require a bunch of competencies that are not part of the core skill set but are essential to a viable career.
Juggling multiple roles isn't necessarily a compromise. The newly coined role of 'hyphenate' can be a thoughtful career choice.
Workshops sharing skills are big business. Master teaching and you can build a reliable revenue stream to support your creative practice.
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