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It's been a crappy year. Take that broken heart and make some art, says Esther Coleman-Hawkins in this ongoing series of no-nonsense advice for screen professionals.
How do you know if it's time to call it quits or to stay on? A checklist to read before dealing with your creative career challenges.
Being an ARI Director is extremely collaborative, says Rebecca Gallo, an artist and founding member of Pari, in Sydney's West. Her view is that ARIs are moving away from the pay-to-play model, and are more accountable to communities.
If you have an ear for detail, an active imagination and technical know-how, working as a sound designer and composer might be the job for you, says Daniel Nixon.
At 4A, Mikala Tai fought for the legitimacy of contemporary Asian art in the Australian context. Her success is a message of hope in our journey to diversity and global acceptance.
While Australia's international borders remain closed, it is a good time to reflect on the merits of career-based travel for this International Artist Day.
After 10 years in the role, and more than 30 advocating for the arts, Michael Rolfe is stepping down as CEO Museums & Galleries of NSW.
Why is it such a long, complicated process to admit to yourself that you’re an artist? Verity Johnson investigates how to accept and embrace your creative instincts.
Polyglot Theatre’s Executive Director steps down, Melbourne Recital Centre names new Head of Development, and more.
After a lifetime career on "the hill" in Canberra and leading Australia's peak organisation for museums and galleries, Alex Marsden is handing the baton to someone else to lead with fresh ideas.
If you have a keen eye for colour, materiality and space, then being an exhibition designer might be the job for you. The National Gallery of Australia's Jing-Ling Chua talks about her career.
Whatever your passion, it pays to be both a creative practitioner and a practical businessperson.
Highly skilled and experienced people in the screen industry still feel reticent to promote themselves. Publicist, strategist and talent manager Karen Eck offers good advice.
With many in the sector working in administrative roles, we’ve asked arts leaders from Darwin to Hobart and Perth to Sydney to offer advice for those at the beginning of their careers.
To celebrate Ask A Curator Day, we posed 20 questions to 20 curators nationally, touching on topics from ethical responsibilities to working internationally, managing space, finding artists and curating for kids.
Facilitation and strategy, nurturing artists' ideas, and examining challenges at a macro and micro level simultaneously: arts administrators are the unsung heroes of the Australian arts sector.
In an unexpected turn, Kelly Gellatly has resigned as Director of Ian Potter Museum of Art, a decision triggered by a COVID rethink, and a stagnated building project and department restructure.
Pick one goal and focus on it, says Esther Coleman-Hawkins in our ongoing series of no nonsense career advice for screen professionals.
Media Mentor Esther Coleman-Hawkins answers your career questions with brisk no-nonsense advice for screen professionals. And COVID impacts us all.
From group drawing to dissident behaviour, stealing innovation to tricking the brain into being creative, Nicole Velik of The Ideas Bodega offers techniques to super charge your think tank.
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