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.
Unlimited’s Jo Verrent reflects on who has inspired her passion for equality and diversity, and why she’ll be getting her first tattoo this year.
Don’t be afraid of fun, catch them early and remember that everyone loves LEGO – Michelle Lally shares her tips for engaging young people and families in the arts.
Producer Patrick Collier names the inspiring, perceptive and – occasionally – annoying people who have guided his working life.
From FACT to Castelfield Gallery, Helen Wewiora takes us through the steps of her career in contemporary art.
Ottilia Ördög goes back to her roots to name the inspirations in her life.
Loading in, rigging lights, festivals, then a Friday pint - all in a week's work for Mitch Hargreaves, Senior Technician at Battersea Arts Centre.
What should people working in the arts do to support writers in their early years? Steve Dearden, co-founder of the The Writing Squad, offers his thoughts.
As she prepares to step down from the company she founded over 30 years ago, Avril Hitman reflects on her career at the forefront of inclusive dance.
Eleni Duke found galleries intimidating, silent and unwelcoming, so she decided to open her own where everyone was welcome. She shares what she’s learned.
Theatre Royal Stratford East’s new Executive Director, Deborah Sawyerr, reflects on those that inspire and support her.
“Be brave and go for it”, artist and gallery founder Lynette Gray advises those starting their careers.
Applied theatre and social inclusion: Acting Now’s Artistic Director Marina Pallares-Elias takes us through a week in her working life.
After co-founding a successful dance company, Francesca Moseley reflects on her career as a producer, the support she has received and what it’s like to work freelance.
The new Executive Director of Protein Dance, Franck Bordese, looks back on his career championing cross-artforms and engagement work.
The rise of the selfie has created new problems for those managing ‘dark tourism’ sites, such as Auschwitz-Birkenau. Félicie Kertudo examines how they can promote themselves ethically.
How does the Director of a PR firm juggle staying in touch with clients, getting to press nights and meeting journalists by the fireside? Chloé Nelkin offers a peek into her working life.
As he prepares to step down as Executive Producer for Tara Arts, Jonathan Kennedy looks back over the steps of his career so far.
PR is about so much more than column inches, but how do you measure a campaign’s success? Amy Finlayson guides us through her straightforward approach.