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Sam Grover catches up with Borni Te Rongopai Tukiwaho to hear how artists can look after themselves.
How can we learn to relish our creative practice for the wisdom it teaches us, without being obsessed with success as an outcome?
Have you heard of 'Hermit Habits'? Sam Grover shares some smart advice on how to be productive and look after your well-being as a remote worker.
Creatives share the processes they use to face uncertainty, deal with feeling stuck, level-up in their arts careers, upskill, and prepare to change roles or careers.
This is the bit of making a living from art that nobody likes to engage with – the finances.
What are the benefits of the different paths? Both ways let you practice your art, and get paid for it, but both have very different sets of benefits and tradeoffs.
By thinking past your art and focusing on the underlying skills that make you a good artist in the first place, you can hone the skills that make you employable in any sector.
Strategist, arts leader and mentor Tim Walker on the importance of a strategic approach to your arts career.
There can be internal or external pressure to "pick one thing" in our careers, but several arts professionals share how they embraced multiple passions, paths and creative pursuits.
Writers, artists, podcasters: new opportunities are opening up for creatives every year as more and more companies increase their presence online.
Futurologist Rocky Scopelliti explores the rapid changes occurring in the modern workplace, and outlines ways workers can utilise the new industrial revolution to their advantage.
Six tips on creating an online presence that will help you make a living from your art.
Fear of being bad can get in the way of making traction on our goals, projects and ideas for the year ahead. Here’s how to embrace being bad and get the most out of being a beginner.
Developing your soft skills, and knowing how to highlight them in a CV or job interview, will become increasingly important in the 21st century.
ArtsHub takes a look back at the most popular reads for people who are taking the first steps in their art careers, including those currently studying or about to embark on tertiary education.
Researcher Rocky Scopelliti has collected insights from 30,000 millennials world-wide. He takes a close look at this generation’s influence in the modern workplace.
Three visual arts teachers, each with very different career paths, and very different teaching scenarios, take the pulse on art education in our schools today.
If you don’t have the skills required to land the job you want, learn them yourself by starting up a passion project and training up, suggests Will Vaughan.
The director of Wellington's LitCrawl, Claire Mabey, reflects on what a family-friendly arts organisation might look like.
Independent producers from Brisbane, Perth and Melbourne offer advice for those who are just starting out in the game.
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