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.
Festival management expert Dr. Louise Platt isn’t afraid of posting a dog pic or two – and you shouldn't be either.
For Susan Miller, an MA in Fine Art has been a real opportunity to confront the vulnerability artists feel when exhibiting their work in public spaces.
Chicago-raised electronic music producer Kate Simko says get out there while you're young, and don't be afraid to pull the plug on dead-end projects.
Liam Evans-Ford reveals the people and companies that have inspired his work making brave and bold theatre.
In some jobs, it’s normal for people to pour glitter over their heads and for babies to take over your desk. Flavia Fraser-Canon shows us a snapshot of her working week.
What does a tech week in theatre look like? Gary Wood, appearing in The House of Inbetween at Theatre Royal Statford East, offers a peek into his.
He dropped out of art school and ended up painting backdrops for Star Wars and Harry Potter. What advice does Jack Candy-Kemp have for budding scenic artists?
Studio 3 Arts’s Liza Vallance reveals who inspires her work at the forefront of socially engaged, co-created artistic practice.
Just starting your career? Get out there – meet people and see things, says lecturer, curator and artist Gayle Nelson.
The arts needs to lose a sense of purity and develop a start up attitude, argues festival director Briana Pegado.
From Tamasha Theatre Company to the Free Word Centre, Bryan Savery traces the course of his career.
Blue skies, biscuits and buses: all in a week’s work for Lucy Fox, Digital and Communications Coordinator at Candoco Dance Company