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If you can think laterally, are persistent, accurate and skilled at sewing and sculpting, becoming a puppet-maker might be the career for you.
Boardroom etiquette is typically formal. Is that a good thing? A panel of improv-theatre makers and CEOs suggest otherwise, in a recent panel at Pause Festival.
The theatre sector needs a trauma-responsive rehearsal process, argues community-engaged artist Claire K. Redfield.
If you’re a talented problem solver, passionate about the music industry and keen to help artists go far, then a career in artist management may be for you.
New students at our elite training institutions often have to undo the damage of bad amateur training before they can progress to professional level.
If you're organised, a good listener, good humoured and comfortable sitting with fear, being a producer might be the job for you, according to Perth Festival's Anna Kosky.
Research has shown that over 60% of recent arts visitors first attended cultural organisations as children. We revisit this topic as part of ArtsHub's 20th anniversary celebrations.
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.
The author of Cloudstreet offers insights into the writing life and reflects on the differences between writing for the page and the stage.
NZ author, playwright and poet Dominic Hoey offers a 'live streaming for dummies' guide.
With programs, performances and exhibitions all moving online, how do we filter what’s good and what’s not? And how has streaming changed art criticism?
Carrie Rae Cunningham explains what inspired her to take up the helm of much admired arts organisation, Massive Theatre Company.
Description Victoria’s Will McRostie talks to ArtsHub about interpreting and presenting theatre and exhibitions for blind and low-vision audiences.
Burnout is less about time, and more about how you manage your sleep, what you eat and simply, your equilibrium – essentially the fuel that keeps you pumping.
From inhabiting dialects to teaching actors to croak like a pelican, Charmian Gradwell's job as STC's Voice, Text and Dialect Coach is a fascinating one.
Embracing failure is one of the hardest challenges we face as professionals. How we communicate about and use those failures is a lesson all arts organisations need to learn.
A new website designed to help actors plan and prepare for a long-term career has been launched in Sydney.
For writers, performers and other artists, social media can be both fertile and frightening. ABC’s Osman Faruqi shares some tips on how to take care of yourself online.
From art criticism to language choice, disability and education - local and international leaders in the disability arts sector offer tips for greater inclusive practice.
Whether I’m a sensitivity reader, a dramaturge, or a plain old editor, I’m looking at how your text might be read.
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