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Donations to individual artists are not usually tax-deductible, but crowdsourcing could provide new opportunities.
If a 9-5 job doesn’t leave time for your creative work and your art doesn't pay the bills, a peer-to-peer platform could supplement your income and keep you in control of your time.
Channeling your inner Renaissance Man to pursue a portfolio career could be the answer to being gainfully employed in the arts while doing everything you love.
Writers and industry experts share their advice on how to best use competitions to get your work noticed and propel your career.
Before you launch your 2015 job hunt, you need to know what you did wrong last year.
Need to approach a sensitive subject? Find out how to deliver constructive feedback and encourage an open and engaged dialogue with the receiver.
The future is in the balance as you wait for a university offer to determine what you do with 2015. But don't just tread water while you wait.
Ten tips on how to shed the public speaking jitters and captivate your audience.
What arts worker is that? Identify the 'types' you work with and you will be better equipped to manage them.
Corporate speaking can be a lucrative and rewarding stream of income for artists, and not just for the top names.
Leadership in the arts sector involves leading the process that connects a work of art with an audience, or links a community to its stories.
Do you feel yourself slaving away and not being recognised for it? Here’s how to get credit for all your hard work.
Former teacher and successful blogger Adele Walsh discusses her job as Program Coordinator for the Centre for Youth Literature at the State Library of Victoria.
Regional arts worker Kaitlin Bell discusses how she got her gig as education officer of The Arts Centre Gold Coast.
Curator and all-round arts industry professional Jane Raffan shares her knowledge and expertise with those who want to break into the curating world.
For anyone who’s ever felt that their employer isn’t exactly their greatest fan, here are some possible reasons you’re not quite measuring up.
The sting of rejection tends to get the better of most of us, but rather than weeping over your losses, it’s time to have a good think about the reasons you didn’t make the cut.
Getting a grant can be life changing for the better, but that money has to last. Can you push the penny that bit further?
The most difficult part of getting a job in the arts world remains its harshly competitive aspect, so we’ve gathered together some tips that are sure to set you apart from the rest of the herd.
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