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As she prepares to move on to a new role at the Australia Council, Alice Nash looks back on almost 20 years with Australia’s leading disability arts theatre company.
Sustaining work in the arts is always a challenge, but in times of adversity it can be even harder to persevere. So how do we harness that capacity? And how do we build a strong community that can weather the storm together?
Busyness, working long hours and constant hustling can contribute to exhaustion and burnout – and might not make our work any better. Here are some ideas for how to work less in a world that often demands more.
Isolation isn't the only problem with working from home.
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.
After 26 years at Country Arts SA, including nine as CEO, Saffell reflects on his tenure and the changes he’s seen in that time.
From advice on progressing when you're feeling stuck in your career to making the most of your skills, this years' top 10 career articles gathered advice from a wide range of arts practitioners.
Advice from business leaders on asking governments for money, embedding culture in the political agenda, and getting the language right when you come to the table.
We learn by failing, but rarely talk about it. Here, artists and arts workers from diverse sectors reflect on what their mistakes have taught them.
As he leaves his role as AD of Queensland Theatre, Strong reflects on his triumphs and regrets after four years of leading from Qu
Community arts spaces provide so much to so many, but what does it take to make them work?
It's the perennial question: how do you stay motivated in a job that you love after years? This classic article has tips from industry leaders.
Five artists from Maningrida in West Arnhem Land are finally departing for their Paris exhibition at the Australian Embassy.
Nothing comes easy, especially with disabilities art. Three international leaders talk about the burdens and wins of activism, visibility, failure and collaboration as pathways to greater inclusion.
A model for artists’ studios in Western Sydney shifts the paradigm from mere workspace to career catalyst – at a time when artists most need it.
Independent creatives share tips for dodging distraction when working from home and how to set up a work space that works for you.
Regularly travelling as part of your arts practice can quickly become hard work, so we spoke to artists and writers who do it regularly to see how they maintain their mental health on the road.
As her fourth and final festival nears its end, Wendy Martin reflects frankly on her triumphs and challenges in the role.
Women in theatre are warned not to have children because motherhood will derail their careers, but in the US, a new movement is seeing parent artists advocating for change.
The end of the year can bring mixed feelings for many people working across the arts. Madeleine Dore delves into why, and asks creatives about their own experiences and how they deal with end of year blues, overwhelm and fatigue.
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