Birmingham Royal Ballet’s David Bintley remembers Frederick Ashton and others who have shaped and guided his career.
Two young creatives are now running their own businesses thanks to a Creative Enterprise award. Nicole Lovett introduces them.
Too many arts and cultural workers are wasting time wading through Google Analytics data. Sara Lock shares some tips on how to be more focused.
Be the person you want to be but also the person you should be: advice from Garry McQuinn to people starting their careers.
House of Illustration puts on ten exhibitions and turns over £1m every year - all without public funding. Colin McKenzie explains how.
Félicie Kertudo tells how she visited the South London Gallery to find out more about how it involves the local community in a range of inclusive projects.
As she leaves York Theatre Royal, Liz Wilson reflects on a career in theatre that has taken her around the country.
Junior arts workers are often the most in touch with audiences, but can struggle to make their voices and ideas heard. Laraine Penson offers some tips for communicating more effectively - and explains why management should listen.
And... breathe: the Wuji Ensemble’s Law Wing-fai and Wong Chi-ching share their week of soul-cleansing silence and music-making in Hong Kong.
A career in the arts is rarely linear. But everything you do can help build confidence and skills, says Jeremy Spafford.
From a member of Haymarket Theatre’s youth theatre to Artistic Director of The Dukes, Lancaster, Sarah Punshon reveals the details of her career so far.
Jorge Lopes Ramos and Persis Jade Maravala take us on a whirlwind tour of a week in their hectic, colourful lives at ZU-UK.
If you’re an introvert, don’t listen to advice telling you to change: you are awesome and you will succeed, advises David Taylor.
mac Birmingham’s outreach programmes are creating meaningful dialogue between the arts centre and local communities, artists and cultural organisations. Daniel Fountain spoke to those involved to find out how.
What does a week of juggling rehearsals, script writing and embarrassing writing trousers look like for Sarah Page?
Make the most of your creativity and don't be afraid to contact people you admire, writes Connie Treves.
Fundraising from trusts and foundations is a more sociable job than you might think. Development Manager Gina Fletcher takes us through the steps of her rewarding career.
As she prepares for the opening of a rock musical in central London, producer Hannah Elsy shares a week in her busy working life.
Don’t worry if you’re not doing what you love just yet, but stay open to opportunity and risk, advises the BRIT School’s Simon Stephens.