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.
There’s a reason 19 million people have watched a video of Grumpy Cat, and arts organisations can learn a lot from it, says Oonagh Murphy.
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.