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Legendary accountant to artists, Tom Lowenstein, shares his art collection in a new publication.
When you are first starting out becoming a theatre producer may seem unattainable, but with the right contacts and attitude it’s a goal that could be well within reach.
Oversupply, increased price sensitivity or maybe they just don’t like the program? Audience research casts a new light on a worrying trend.
Is a doctoral degree really useful for a career in the arts or are artists using higher degrees to buy studio time and avoid the reality check of life after uni?
Can artists inspire social change? Carnival of the Bold is a new festival, with a line-up including Paul Capsis and Pauline Pantsdown, that aims to prove they can.
Artists seeking a sense of community and an appreciative audience are heading to Western Australia.
Bear Kittay talks about Burning Man and how festivals can change the world.
Social media has changed the way recruitment works. Both recruiters and job seekers can gain from social media networks and tools.
Tourism is big business for arts festivals, exhibitions and major performances but designing arts events to lure interstate visitors can be counterproductive.
Is working for nothing a stepping stone to getting a paid festival job or just a way of being exploited?
Arts managers used to be creative wannabes who drifted into support roles. Now they need to be highly trained professionals.
Australia has a potent cultural brand trademarked by vitality, confidence and humour but we don’t understand the strength of our international profile.
Adelaide Festival has unveiled an unlikely coup: five hours of Shakespeare in Dutch that was lapped up in London and NYC.
If you can make it there... Australian arts managers take some peelings from the Big Apple and lift their fundraising game.
Creativity is not just a product. It also needs to inform the way you manage resource, especially human resources.
Solitary geniuses and mad creatives make good fiction but research shows the truth about creativity is more prosaic.
Arts strategist Julianne Schultz says we need to start measuring the value of culture, an important but risky venture.
Asialink Arts Residencies Manager Eliza Roberts talks about artists, residencies, funding, sustainable growth and future models.
The Federal Government’s announcement of new funding for arts training can’t paper over the problems confronting the sector.
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