Light art in former porn shops and harrowing exhibitions about Yugoslavia’s ‘golden years’: all in week’s work for art critic and presenter Aindrea Emelife.
Submitting a grant application can be a difficult and confusing process. Deaf artist Olivier Jamin shares his tips for disabled applicants.
From MoMA Oxford and ICA to Artangel and Arnolfini – Rob Bowman tells us about his career presenting extraordinary art.
The composer and producer Jimmy Jewell, who has performed on stages all around the world, offers a clear message to 22 year olds: only you can grab hold of your own future.
Virtual violins and computer-based guitars need more than just the right sounds if they’re to work for deaf musicians. Richard Burn describes his research into accessible virtual instruments.
Eleanor Lang tells us about the twists and turns that have led her to become the new Executive Director of Cheek by Jowl.
Do freelance musicians get the weekend off? And how many trains do they actually have to take? Emma Donald takes us on a visual tour of her working week.
Rage, love and a funeral procession: Cardiff's arts communuity protested against local arts cuts this weekend. These are the photos.
Pop your artform bubble and stay in touch with your peers: dance academic Dr Sara Houston gives advice to her younger self.
Coldplay on the drum kit, Beethoven on the Timpani - the Love Music Trust Percussion Ensemble played for an arm-wrenching 12 hours straight to fundraise for an original commission.
The winner of the top honour at last week’s Critics’ Circle National Dance Awards – Caroline Miller – reflects on the people who have inspired and guided her career.
Braving snow, ice and slipper-eating Sprocker Spaniels, filmmaker Dusty Rhodes shoots a photo a day to offer a peek into his working life.
Remember Dolly Parton’s work ethic and surround yourself with love: Bryony Shanahan – from the team behind ‘Bitch Boxer’ – shares her top tips for starting a theatre company.
What kind of person makes a good fundraiser? Amanda Rigali answers your questions and reveals why it’s never been a better time to enter the field.
Want to make it as a composer? Stop asking ‘why me’ and start asking ‘why not me’, advises Sandy Nuttgens.
Is there more to careers fairs than free keyrings and Haribo? Carl Woodward visits two arts-orientated events to find out.
Meet as many people as you can, and put your self-esteem in your own hands, not the hands of others: advice from Jennifer Jackson for young professionals.
How much does an accountant earn in the arts sector, and how good do your maths skills really need to be? Mahmood Reza answers all in this comprehensive guide.
Director of Macclesfield’s Barnaby Festival, Karl Wallace, reflects on his career making big things happen.