Why your brain wants you knitting
Albert Einstein, Julia Gillard, Eleanor Roosevelt and Christopher Walken all knitted. Maybe that's why they were more successful than you.
Nightmare chairs and how to survive them
The chairs who run arts boards are usually corporate successes and often rich and powerful. But that doesn't necessarily mean…
$10 an hour: harsh realities before Senate Inquiry
The Senate hearing on arts funding in Hobart was told the arts sector in Tasmania is close to collapse.
Are you tax-deductible?
Donations to individual artists are not usually tax-deductible, but crowdsourcing could provide new opportunities.
How to make philanthropy work for you
The old rules won’t necessarily work with a new generation of donors employing different funding structures.
Audience development: turning the launch into an art form
Dunking machines, art installations and a goat – is this the secret to a great season launch?