What’s it really like to work as a curator? Bluecoat’s Adam Smythe shares his story and advice for those considering a career in curating.
Tim Johanson takes a break from producing theatre shows in London and New York to share his top tips for producing a hit play.
The brains behind Edinburgh Student Arts Festival, Briana Pegado, takes us on a tour of her working life.
Label boss Alya Marquardt reveals why she would persist with challenging music and learn to be happy in her own skin if she were at the start of her career once again.
At the start of their careers, artists need more than just brilliant ideas - they need to develop skills that will enable them to shape and sustain their practice. Ann Drew explains how applying for an enterprise award can help them achieve this.
When you look at a painting in a gallery, do you ever wonder how it got there? David Gosling explains how to stay cool and focused whilst moving priceless pieces of art.
Battersea Arts Centre’s Artistic Director David Jubb offers advice to those just starting their careers, whilst his colleague Tobi Kyeremateng shares tips that she has recently put into practice.
What’s it like working front of house? And how much can you expect to earn? Zoe Hardie answers your most common questions.
Ever wondered what a Literary Manager actually does? Steve Harper, of Theatre503, gives us a visual tour of his working week.
From a receptionist in Glasgow to Communications Manager at Manchester’s Royal Exchange Theatre, Paula Rabbitt tells us about her career.
Five days, five photos. What does a week with a print-making, book-binding artist like Ben Goodman look like?
How do you stop art crime when it is the most lucrative criminal sub-sector after guns and drugs? Jeanna Heeraman has a few tips.
Kully Thiarai reveals why remembering to be scared and learning to bake have driven her through her career and to her latest role, Director of Cast in Doncaster.
They raise the money organisations need to make great art, but who are they really? And what drives them to do what they do? Amanda Rigali meets three Arts Fundraising Fellows to find out.
The creative sector is growing, so where are the jobs? Pauline Tambling squares up to the challenges facing young people and arts organisations.
What’s it like to work in arts marketing? And how do you get started? Sara Lock shares her journey and advice for those considering a career in the sector.
Jane Beese has the enviable job of Head of Music at the Roundhouse. She tells us how she got it.
How do you market exhibitions to audiences with competing preferences? Hannah Carroll shares her top tips.
Portsmouth boy turned director Ian Nicholson trained at CSSD, NT Studio and Ecole Philippe Gaulier in clown – but what would he tell himself if he could do it all again?