Life is full of twists, turns, knocks and challenges, says composer Aleah Morrison-Basu – but this doesn’t have to be a bad thing.
The new Director of Iniva, Melanie Keen, reflects on those who have guided and inspired her career.
From Topshop to Rose Theatre Kingston, Chief Executive Robert O’Dowd takes us through the steps of his career.
Thinking of applying for an(other) internship? Alec Dudson says: do something different and take control of your own creativity.
Student Molly Sullivan is living the dream: a summer internship at Hospitalfield in Arbroath, Scotland. But what does her week consist of?
Do not be seduced by beautiful lies, theatremaker Leo Kay tells 22 year olds.
A Twitter Q&A for young people interested in a career in the arts will be held on 5 July by Arts Award.
Nathan Brine’s year at Colchester’s Mercury Theatre as a Stage One apprentice was so much more than being a glorified tea-person.
Self-confessed control freak Neal Foster shares his tips for writing, directing and performing your own work.
Get out there and treat critics like a dog treats lamp posts: playwright Tanika Gupta gives advice for 22 year olds.
Meadow Arts’ Louisa Mayor shares her week installing art and meeting artists in Hay-on-Wye.
Know, trust and respect yourself: trainer and facilitator Michèle Taylor’s shares the calming guidance she would give to herself at 22.
Director Judy Hegarty has been working for 20 years, and keeps returning to the writer Samuel Beckett. How can you find a similar source of inspiration?
Storyteller Debs Newbold shows us her week: devising, performing, rambling and enjoying a huge bath.
Sculptor of experiences Ewan Allinson spins through a week of art, commissions and being true to Hip-Hop’s Freddie Foxxx: working from the ground up.
Spend some time chilling out in a supermarket car park, arts and health project manager Katherine Brown tells herself at 22.
A haunting concert recently combined music and birdsong to highlight the plight of endangered birds. Artist Lucy Stevens shares her tips for using art to communicate environmental issues.
David Waring takes a break from Trinity Laban’s Transitions Dance Company to look back at the people who have inspired him.
From Ovalhouse to Hoxton Hall, Karena Johnson reflects on her career making theatre with cojones.