From Patti Smith to Katy Dove, Platform’s Jenny Crowe tells us who inspires her.
Hip hop dancer and choreographer Botis Seva says start saving the pennies and always keep an eye out for talent.
Non-English actors are encouraged to change their name and disguise themselves as English in order to be cast in productions – this will not change until we ditch limiting stereotypes, says actor Barbara Blanka.
How you ever asked yourself, “why am I frustrated and stuck in my career”? Performance coach Sally Arnold has some top tips to get things back on track.
Tigers on top of elephants: a week with the National Fairground and Circus Archive as they display the largest collection of circus archives in the UK.
What should an emerging artist know? Director of the The Griffin Gallery, Becca Pelly-Fry, and Detroit-based artist, Corrie Baldauf, offer two different perspectives.
The new online course focuses on the intellectual, critical and business elements of photography – but how does it work? Paul Cabuts outlines Falmouth’s latest MA.
If it wasn’t for Ziggy Stardust’s mime skills, Brendan Keaney might not be working in dance. The DanceEast chief reveals who has inspired his career.
How much dance does an Access and Education Projects Coordinator at Phoenix Dance Theatre actually get to see? Emily Labhart shows us a week in her world.
As she leaves the Theatres Trust, Mhora Samuel looks back on her career in theatre, dance and cultural regeneration.
Expand your horizons with travel and remember that every job requires a good listener: advice for 22 year olds from Artes Mundi Director Karen MacKinnon.
Could arts organisations be doing more to help young people at the start of their careers? Sam Jackman and Mary Olszewska feed back on a scheme aiming to do just that in Plymouth.
How much attention should you pay to the food at an art fair? And can you ask how much the art costs? Oonagh Murphy offers strong pre-visit advice.
As he prepares to leave Nottingham Playhouse, Giles Croft pays tribute to those who have guided and inspired his career.
Chad Lawson’s music has been used on The Walking Dead and Vampire Diaries. His advice for 22 year-olds? Never stop learning. Or baking cookies.
National Portfolio Organisations are thriving, despite 27% cuts in local authority funding. Christy Romer examines how.
Born Mad give us a peek at the preparation for their week-long run at Ovalhouse in London.
How do you market classical music to people who've never been to a concert? Thomas Kemp offers some practical advice for anyone looking to launch an arts festival.
Running a successful arts workshop is not easy, but remembering to be pragmatic and as collaborative as possible is key, says Nicky Goulder.