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Even after almost 500 productions, Broadway awards and an international reputation, the working life of a lighting designer remains precarious.
When we think of "producing," we often think "institution" but independent producers have a huge opportunity to create capacity and optimise opportunity.
Three Australian playwrights reflect on their careers and how they got to where they are today, as well as offering advice for young writers.
Artists and arts organisations need to have the ear of government but getting too close to the Arts Minister of the day can cause a backlash when a new Pharoah arises.
Learn from artists who are making a name for themselves on social media and take a peak at what they choose.
Almost a century after Virginia Woolf, leading female writers articulate the same struggles for women writers.
Art therapy is the perfect career for those who believe the the journey of creating art is more important than the destination.
The more income streams you have, the more opportunities you have to make art. The most successful artists can check many, if not all, all of these funding sources.
In the creative economy, opportunities for artists supposedly abound. But where? We find out how you can land a corporate gig to supplement your artistic career.
Some of the best day jobs to inspire artists have nothing to do with art.
Nearly a third of Australians are now part-time or full-time freelancers. This is how the successful ones make it work.
An inevitable part of being an artist is opening the door to other people’s opinions and criticism.
The right job can support and strengthen your artistic practice.
Connectedness, self-care, a playful outlook and finding meaning in difficult experiences can help you bounce back from setbacks.
Don't be discouraged by the naysayers. Many of the reasons you will hear not to work in the arts don't mesh with reality.
Being a conservator in a museum or gallery offers big rewards for the big commitment.
We asked artists and arts workers to share their tips for dealing with the economic realities of working in the arts.
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