Soak up the world around you and find time for the things that matter, advises Marketing Manager Monique Baptiste-Brown.
Forget talk about millenials and generation Y – what does a teenager think is the best way to engage young people in the arts? Tia Duff offers her advice.
Meetings with artists, digital optimisation and Mr Tibbs the dog – Amanda Fawcett shares a week in the life of an Assistant Producer.
Kevin Edward Turner talks through the stages of his choreographic process for Company Chameleon’s latest work, which explores his own mental health.
As she joins Punchdrunk as Executive Director, Rebecca Dawson looks back on her career so far.
What happens in the week of a Communications Manager? Nicola Osmond-Evans of RIBA fills us in.
As he leaves DanceXchange, David Massingham reflects on his journey from distributing Christmas hampers to establishing Birmingham as an international dance city.
Is your organisation’s Facebook page failing to gain traction? Paul Taylor shares ten essential tips to boost your profile.
No wonder there is so much talk about the death of opera when people are excluded from it all the time, says Bill Bankes-Jones. But are attitudes finally starting to change?
Don’t worry about rejection, and stay in touch with people who have successfully applied for funding, advises contemporary artist Olivier Jamin.
What should you look for in a guru? As she leaves the Arts Marketing Association, Julie Aldridge reveals who has helped and guided her career – and how.
Model skeletons, cubed earwax and mentoring young writers – all in a week’s work for Ministry of Stories’ Oz Yikici.
An unexpected treasure is what your soul desires, composer and musician Sandro Mussida tells people starting a career in the arts.
How do you get a room full of sniggering teenage boys enthusiastic about dance? Helen Ganberg says it’s not easy, but experience shows it is possible.
Chelsea Theatre’s Community Development Manager Michelle Abbey discusses her career engaging audiences and promoting diversity.
Be prepared to make mistakes and consider reaching out to other organisations running relaxed events, says Kate Lovell.
From Robert Lepage to Captain Kirk, Turtle Key Arts’ Alison King names those who guide and inspire her.
Installing an exhibition for the first time ahead of an 18-month tour is no mean feat. Emma Daker shows us how it’s done.
Mobile phones are an intrinsic part of our lives, and they’re also an incredible space to host art, says Richard Warburton.