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.
As she prepares to retire, Sound Sense’s Kathryn Deane reflects on those that have – often unknowingly – inspired her work.
Do you know your rights? Abby Yolda answers some common questions about the copyright of artistic works and what to do if your work is used without your permission.
Enjoy your successes and brush away your losses, playwright and art historian Laura-Jane Foley tells 22 year olds.
From empty marquee to lush garden, sculpture artist Nadim Chaudry takes us through the installation of SWATCH.
To make useful art, don’t dumb down, dumb up, says Alistair Hudson.
From London 2012 to Hull 2017, digital specialist David Watson tells us about his career so far.
Composer Neil Myers says keep practicing, keep listening, and keep going.
How did three young people who chose not to go to university end up running one of the most innovative cross-artform festivals in Cambridge?
Comedian-turned-theatre maker Rosie Wilby talks radio and tennis as she prepares for her new show.
After two years observing leadership styles across the Ambassador Theatre Group, graduate trainees Rachel Lane and Jamie Budgett discuss their vision of a good leader.
From psychology professors to international dance stars, the new Chief Executive of One Dance UK Andrew Hurst reflects on those who inspire him.